Remington model 8 in 32 Remington.
The model 8 was called the amazing 8 because of the John Browning reliability and accuracy. This gun is just engulfed in early turn of the century history. Not to mention that is documented all over the internet that it was the gun (Remi model 8) that killed Clyde Barrow of the Bonnie and Clyde gang. It was also suggested that Bonnie also died from a Remi 8 bullet but the coroner was only sure that the Remington model 8 was what definitely killed Clyde Barrow. It was fired by Bienville LA parish deputy Prentiss Oakly on a May day in 1934. It was a temple shot and Barrow was dead immediately according to the coroner. The deputy stood up and starting firing before he got the ok, according to Texas Ranger Frank Hamer, who was the head of the ambush team.
Gun is in great shape with most of its original blue and wood is nice with no cracks. Absolutely has not been reblued or finished. Bore is excellent with no negatives. Action is smooth and works very well. On the side of the mag, was an inscription, that according to the widow was a police commanders name and unit that the gun came from after WWII. It has worn down or was mostly taken off so you cannot see what it says, but as you would see it really does look like the last name was Hamer. I am certainly not saying this was the gun that killed Barrow, because that gun is in a Texas museum, but it is a big coincident or even possibly one of Frank Hamers family that owned the gun back in the day. It is so weak that it does not detract from the gun at all. The gun was manufactured in 1928. It also has 2 full boxes of Winchester silver tip and a partial box of Remington core lokt ammo. (over 200.00 in ammo) "Amazing 8's" as they are called are extremely rare and especially in this condition and caliber. At time of putting ad on, there was only 2 in all of the major auction sites and they were the common 35 caliber and had far less blue than this Remi 8. You do not see the 32 caliber near as much. I will not go into all the great attributes of this gun because if you are looking, you probably know them anyway. No disappointments on this historical firearm. 795.00. Plus 70.00 shipping and insurance due to the gun is heavy and by law I have to ship the ammo separately.
Must be legal for you to own and it must be shipped to an FFL. Have had perfect feedback on GB for 13 years. Had one negative on GA and was due to a potential buyer backing out and should not have been placed on my feedback. I answer emails very fast. I also ship same day funds clear and I pack extremely well with full insurance. Personal checks are ok with a 7 day clear time but there is no hold on USPS money orders.
70.00 with full insurance and second shipment for the ammo