Sweeney's Emporium

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Firearms Accessories

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Premo Arms Co. Trade Card
$150.00

Color scene of roses, lake scene. "E. Remington & Son's. Manufactures of Fire Arms...Ilion, N.Y." Illustration of two Remingtons. NO folds. Approx 4 1/2' x 3". 1880's/'90's. (Cat. #17605)

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Brauer Buscadero Rig
$125.00
Brown leather. Plated buckle on wide belt. 12 loops (a few loose) for 32/20 ammo. Fits 34" waist. Belt/holster end trimmed. 2 metal snaps on holster "Brauer Bros. Mfg. Co. St. Louis". Holds a Colt SA up to 5 1/2". (Cat. #17556)
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Colt Vickers/Maxim Gauge
$150.00
A spring loaded ring at each end. Brass body gives pound pulls from 1-20. Shown in Sutherland book. Tests tensions of various parts. 6 3/8" L.
(Cat. #17161)
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Colt, Etc. Ideal 44/40 Reloading Tool
$490.00
Over 95% yellow label on tan box (some edges need reinforcement). "Ideal Manuf. Co...Reloading tools for Colt, Marlin, Winchester and other Magazine Rifles and Pistols". Plated steel tool marked "Ideal..." & "44-40". Also, Original instructions sheet for casting bullets. Ideal boxes are rarely marked for Colts. Oddly, when so marked, the mold is for a non-Colt caliber. In this case, it is for the ever-popular 44/40 used by Colt and most other manufacturers.
(Cat. #17169)
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Colt, Etc. Boxed Loading Tool
$400.00
Tan box, illus. yellow label: "Ideal Manufacturing Co....Reloading Tools for Colt, Marlin, Winchester...Magazine Rifles and Pistols...Ideal No.4". 95% label remains. Taped corner repair. Also, Ideal marked tool for "32 (32/20) Colts, Win. & Mar." & a small primer (?) tool. Can be displayed with any of these makers.
(Cat. #17167)
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3 Dixon Powder Measurers
$95.00
a. Maple handle. For "1, 1 1/4, 1 1/2 OZ. Shot".  
b.Maple handle. "Powder Drams". Six options from 3 to 5 1/2 drams.  
c. Ebony color handle. Cup adjusts 7 times from 3 to 6 grammes. 
ALL marked "James Dixon & Sons". 
(Cat. #17163)
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