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Rock Island Auction Company’s 2016 February Regional gun auction was the largest event in the company’s history, with more than 9,000 firearms and over 4,400 lots.
The 2016 February Regional Firearms Auction promises to be the largest in Rock Island Auction Company history.
Whether it’s a Texas Ranger revolver or a warhorse rifle, each gun has a story to tell.
Record turnout for Morphy’s Jan. 31-Feb. 1 firearms auction yields $1.2 million result, including fierce bidding for a Vietnam-era marine sniper rifle.
In the shadow of the Black Friday shopping weekend, the gun auction scene was red hot as Rock Island Auction Company’s December 2014 Premiere Firearms Auction saw collectible firearms selling like flat screen TVs.
The Breda autoloader, which appeared in the U.S. in the early 1950s, was an exceptionally well made, long-recoil operated, Browning-type shotgun. Its distinguishing features were that it could be completely disassembled without tools, and all parts were machined and polished.
Big crowds and intense bidding battles made for an action-filled weekend at Rock Island Auction Company’s latest event, which surpassed $14.7 million in sales.