Gunnar's restricted handguns
November 16, 2019
The move is now completed)- still here in Prince George - call me if you plan to visit:). We'll be using my cell number from now on - 250-565-7605 - as we're not going to bother with the land line.
I still have some neat long guns, and have some ex-prohibs to re-register and sell (with longer barrels). S&W's, Lugers.. I am keeping this website going for the foreseeable future, gotta have something to do! Look for deals, still a lot of cool stuff here, including a 1913 Erfurt Luger prohib, a great stainless 4" Python, a 380 PP and a 4" Gp100 stainless ..
This a new, unfired Swiss-made (From twenty years ago) P210-6 9mm pistol. Complete with unused original holster, factory box, test target, magazine loader, manual, embroidered crest, spare unused magazine. This model came with the adjustable trigger and closer tolerances and it shows on the test target! $2990 out the door :) GONE!
Another unfired Swiss P210-2 9mm masterpiece. Hard to believe these were issued to rank-and-file soldiers, and yet were very successful in international target competitions! I have a factory test target here from 50 meters that has 9 shots in one hole with the tenth about an inch away...This pistol was built by SIG for private use and comes with its (unused as well) original holster and box. $2790 out the door :) Gone!
This Swiss-made (Not SIG-Sauer) SIG P210 was made in Switzerland for the Swiss army and barely fired. $1590 out the door:) Sold, Henry :)
Not unfired, but darn close! This SIG (Not Sig-Sauer) P210-4 is an original Swiss-made pistol, destined for the German Border Patrol, with original magazine. These pistols are phenomenally accurate, tested at 50 Meters at the factory. ONE RAGGED HOLE! My custom $4000 competition pistols would do that, but a service pistol? $1590 out the door! Sold, Xue :)
What a find! A lovely Colt New Service in 455 Eley and marked with the RNWMP stamp and Rack 895 on he backstrap. The Royal Northwest Mounted Police was the forerunner of the RCMP and I'm convinced this revolver was far superior to the ones that later replaced it, after a service life from 1904 to 1954. This fine example even has the original holster in great condition. Over 80% bluing remains - I'd rate this one at NRA Excellent+ - and the the grips are 100% complete and unmarred. Bore is lovely, no pitting, wear, or rust. I'll never see a nicer one outside of a museum! $1995 out the door!
This S&W Model 59 is the forerunner of all the "Hicap" 9mm's we see today, and today's RCMP pistol is based on it. Besides being a piece of history, this is a very nice pistol to shoot! Soon being re-registered to Restricted, it comes with two 14/10 magazines. Once registered as restricted - $800 - no tax..
Here is a lovely 38Super single stack race gun (Open Class) originally built by Joe Dlask and modified by me at Armco. Specs are: Colt frame, Caspian slide, scalloped and lightened, Briley Match barrel/bushing, Dlask blended mag well, Dlask trigger and hammer, extended mag. catch, 20LPI hand checkered frame and backstrap, Cmore STS sight (small crack in lens not noticeable when shooting), Dlask exotic wood grips with steel inner guards and custom grip screw escutcheons. Thumb guard as well as thumb rest, Wilson SS ambi safety, Armco stainless comp. Six stainless 10 rd magazines with storage pouch, 36-40 belt and holster and mag pouches, spare fitted extractor/keeper, and 2000 pcs good brass, half of it primed. $1400 out the door :) Sold, Doug :)
Another one I've had for a long time, and never got around to firing, although I did fit the other grips :) A Model 15-3 38 Special with the 8 3/8" barrel, target sights, trigger, and Pachmayr grips. I do have the original target grips as well - shown. $790 - out the door :) On hold, Sylvain :)
S&W Model 39-2. This wonderful 9mm pistol is registered as prohibited but thanks to a very slightly longer barrel is being re-registered as a restricted. These shoot very well and feel great in the hand. $890 all in once the re-registration is finalized :)
Armco Machine & Plating has ceased operating as a business (although I will still be here clearing out a bunch of personally owned firearms over the next few months). And sometimes I'll be accepting a nice trade-in on something, so new stuff will show up :) Watch for some interesting and neat guns.
My drop-in/visiting hours are still Wednesday from 1:00 to 3:00, plus Saturday 9-12 and 1-3. It has turned out to be a highlight of my week. As before if you're traveling from out of town we can make other arrangements :)