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Austrian Steyr M.95 Straight-Pull Carbine | Steyr M95 Rifles
Description: The Austrian Steyr Österreichische Repetierkarabiner M.95 straight-pull bolt action rifle outlasted Nazi Germany.
C&R License and Military Surplus Guns
Learn how the Curio & Relic License, also known as a C&R license, allows your to deal in the interstate commerce of select historical firearms.
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Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) – Access Retired Military Firearms
The Civilian Marksmanship Program, or CMP, gives access to U.S. military firearms retired from active service.
Beretta M1951 – An Italian Semi-Auto Pistol
The Modello 1951 represented two "firsts" for Beretta - the M1951 was their first locked-breech pistol and first chambered for the 9mm Parabellum cartridge.
Walther P.38 – The First Military Double-Action Pistol
The classic Walther P.38 is the first double-action pistol that left its mark on WWII history.
M1903 Springfield Bolt Action Combat Rifle
The M1903 Springfield is America's first and last .30-06 bolt action combat rifle.
Karabiner 1931 and Switzerland’s Classic Military Rifles
Description: Switzerland’s soldiers carried the deadly accurate Karabiner 1931 rifle during WWII and continue to today.
Sig Sauer P210 and the Swiss Army P49
The renowned 9x19mm military pistol - the Sig Sauer P49 - and it's civilian counterpart, the P210.
Military Surplus Ammunition
Track down military surplus ammunition that won't corrode your classic surplus firearm or break the bank!