Notable Inventory


Here at The Gun House we have come across some very odd, unique and down right cool firearms since 2009 and every since then we make it a point to keep in those collectible items in-stock for our customers. In our notable inventory page you will find our current high grade or rare firearms that we currently have in-stock. If you are looking for a particular item and do not see it posted and want to know if we have one please feel free to call, e-mail , or just come on by the shop. 


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Winchester Super X Magnum 12ga 3" 28"
USED 95%

 
The SX2 is famous for its reliability, but its true advantage is its handling. Take the reliable, extremely fast Super X2™ 3" action, match it with a walnut stock and forearm and you have a classic-looking autoloader built to perform. The 3" Field model features a deeply blued receiver and anodized barrel. The back-bored barrel with ventilated rib is available in both 26" and 28" lengths and includes three Invector-Plus™ choke tubes that give you the patterns you need. 
Beretta A400 Xtreme 12ga 3" 28"  
NIB


The Beretta A400 XTREME with Kick Off Semiautomatic Shotgun reliably cycles everything from light 2-3/4” trap loads to hard-hitting 3-1/2" waterfowl shells. Blink gas system can cycle four shells in less than one second, while the innovative Kick Off Mega recoil-reduction system cuts felt recoil up to 70%. Gas operating with compensating exhaust valve and a self-cleaning piston offer smooth, reliable operation. Aqua Technology ensures every part of the gun is corrosion-resistant. B-Lok forend cap with only 60˚ of rotation allows fast and easy assembly/disassembly. Synthetic stock with overmolded grips has an adjustable shim system and withstands rain, snow, dust and mud. Micro-Core recoil pad absorbs shock. Crossbolt safety sports ergonomics for a better grip and is reversible for left-handed shooters. Also features a chrome-plated trigger. Fiber-optic beaded front sight. Includes three Optima-Bore® HP choke tubes (full, modified and cylinder), two stock spacers and a custom-fitted carry case.
CZ USA Mallard 12ga 3" 28"
NIB
The Mallard is designed to be the simplest, most cost effective over and under shotgun CZ-USA produces. It features the standard box-lock frame with the same hinge system used in the more detailed models, but it employs a dual trigger system to keep the production costs low. It has been a favorite for those who like the functionality and reliability of an over/under with a cost well below most semi-auto shotguns and even some pumps on the market these days.
Ruger 10/22 "Hanen Sportsman" 22LR 18"  USED 85%   
 SOLD
Ruger 10/22 Hanen Sportsman,rare 1 of 200, Ninety Thousand Serial number range(no dash around 1967) Made by Strum & Ruger co. modified by Hanen Sportsman/ Dayton Gun Works, modification includes, lead inlaid stock for improved balance, polished bolt, and improved trigger pull about(1'1/2 lb)
Colt Pre-Woodsman Series 2 22LR 6"
USED 90%
.22 LR cal., 6 5/8 in. barrel, 10 shot mag., blue only, bottom mag. release, checkered wood grips, adj. front and rear sights, this model was officially named "Colt Automatic Pistol, Caliber .22 Target Model", magazine base has 2-line legend "CAL .22" "COLT". Standard velocity ammo. only. Approx. 54,000 mfg. 1915-1927.
Smith & Wesson K-22 Masterpiece 22LR 6"
USED 75%
The K-22 aka Model 17 is a K frame revolver. Early-mid 20th century K frames had 5 frame screws: #1 in the sideplate above the trigger guard, #2 in the sideplate right behind the trigger guard, #3 at the rear of the sideplate, #4 in front of the trigger guard, and #5 at the top of the sideplate. (The screw at the bottom of the frontstrap of the grip isn't counted; don't ask me why not. ) Screw #3 is generally hidden by the stocks (aka grips) used on most postwar SmithsThe K-22 aka Model 17 is a K frame revolver. Early-mid 20th century K frames had 5 frame screws: #1 in the sideplate above the trigger guard, #2 in the sideplate right behind the trigger guard, #3 at the rear of the sideplate, #4 in front of the trigger guard, and #5 at the top of the sideplate. (The screw at the bottom of the frontstrap of the grip isn't counted; don't ask me why not. ) Screw #3 is generally hidden by the stocks (aka grips) used on most postwar SmithsThe K-22 aka Model 17 is a K frame revolver. Early-mid 20th century K frames had 5 frame screws: #1 in the sideplate above the trigger guard, #2 in the sideplate right behind the trigger guard, #3 at the rear of the sideplate, #4 in front of the trigger guard, and #5 at the top of the sideplate. (The screw at the bottom of the frontstrap of the grip isn't counted; don't ask me why not. ) Screw #3 is generally hidden by the stocks (aka grips) used on most postwar Smiths, so you generally won't see it.
The K-22 was introduced before WWII in two versions. Both are rare and generally quite expensive. They can be distinguished from later models by their unusual sights, stocks, and hammers, narrower barrels than later models, and high 6-digit serial numbers without a "K" prefix. However, if you're looking for a shooter, you will most likely bypass these.
The K-22 was reintroduced after the war with more modern-appearing sights, stocks, and hammers, and the serial numbers restarted at K101. Initial versions had 5 frame screws and a barrel with a slight taper. Numerous minor changes were made during the first few years of postwar production.
The K-22 aka Model 17 is a K frame revolver. Early-mid 20th century K frames had 5 frame screws: #1 in the sideplate above the trigger guard, #2 in the sideplate right behind the trigger guard, #3 at the rear of the sideplate, #4 in front of the trigger guard, and #5 at the top of the sideplate. (The screw at the bottom of the frontstrap of the grip isn't counted; don't ask me why not. ) Screw #3 is generally hidden by the stocks (aka grips) used on most postwar Smiths