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Welcome to Old Guns Canada. 
I invite you to browse my great selection of European and American handguns from the 18th and 19th centuries, all of which are classified as antiques under Canadian Law.

You do NOT need a PAL or other licence to purchase or possess an antique firearm.
FEATURED HANDGUNS FOR SALE
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All of my guns are described and rated based on the Condition Table however as antiques, their history and use (or abuse) is usually unknown and therefore I cannot guarantee the accuracy of the descriptions entirely. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, I offer a 3 day return policy. Please view my Terms and Conditions for details. Prices are subject to GST and PST as applicable. Shipping cost is calculated based on your preferences and location.
WARNING!
All of my guns are sold as antique collectors' items and are NOT WARRANTED TO BE SAFE TO SHOOT! They should be checked by a gunsmith before being fired!
Fabulous French Navy belt pistol from the Chatellerault Arsenal. Model 1837 in unfired condition. This extremely fine weapon is complete in every way and bears arsenal stamps on all parts. No cracks, chips or deep gouges! $2,000
London Pistol Co. .31 calibre cap-and-ball revolver made by the Manhattan Firearms Co. London Pistol was their version of "no-name brand" under which they sold their first line of guns with minor flaws at discount prices. Today they are very rare and fetch higher prices than the first quality guns.
Excellent quality, probably French made Lefaucheux - type pin fire revolver of 9mm caliber. Nicely engraved with beautiful case colours on the frame and original blue on the barrel and cylinder. The barrel has a "Canon" muzzle, a rare embellishment on these old guns. $1,950
Rare Chicago Firearms "Palm Squeezer" pocket revolver in .32 extra short rim fire. These guns, also called "The Protector" were popular in the 1890's. Although not a well made gun, their rarity makes them highly sought-after collector's items
Please see the individual headings for more selection!
Please visit my knife making website for a great selection of custom and one-of-a-kind knives for the kitchen, hiking trail, camping and for hunting. I also make large Bowie knives for the cowboy re-enactor. 

www.twomountainsforge.com
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