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Seller: Eastern Branch Firearms
Member Since: 5/22/17
First Name: Glen
Last Name: Breton
Country: United States
Phone: (207) 215-5021
Active Listings: 209
Total Listings: 1907
Seller Type:FFL Dealer
Return Policy: 3 day inspection and return policy on used guns and accessories.
Payment Methods: Postal money order, certified check , Major credit cards with 3% add
COLT 1911 SEMI AUTO PISTOL , SER# GV022633, #123 0F 200 MADE . GUN IS AS NEW AND UNFIRED. CALIBER 38 SUPER.
SightsFixed GI Style
This historically significant war was fought for 11 years and 11 days. It ended 200 years ago on September 27th, 1821, when Agustín De Iturbide, a Commanding General and Conservative Politian, led Ejército Trigarante or Ejército de las Tres Garantías (Translation: The Army of the Three Guarantees) in vanquishing the Spanish from ruling over the Mexican native lands. Then on September 28th, 1821, Iturbide was first to sign Mexico’s Declaration of Independence. That same year he was proclaimed the First President of the Regency, and shortly after he was declared the First Emperor of Mexico.
Army Of The Three GuaranteesOn September 27, 1821, the Army of the Three Guarantees triumphantly entered Mexico City, led by Iturbide. The following day Mexico was declared independent.
House Of Itribute Coat Of Arms
Coat Of Arms Of The House Of Itribute…
Potrait Of Agustin De Iturbide1st Emperor of Mexico
The Cry of DoloresThe Cry of Dolores (Translation: Grito de Dolores) occurred in Dolores, Mexico, on 16 September 1810, when Roman Catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang his church bell and gave the call to arms that triggered the Mexican War of Independence.
Every year on the eve of Independence Day, the President of Mexico re-enacts the cry from the balcony of the National Palace in Mexico City, while ringing the same bell Hidalgo used in 1810.
Imerial CrownRedention of The Imperial Crown of Mexico was the crown created for the Emperor of Mexico.
EASTERN BRANCH FIREARMS
ADD 35.00 SHIPPING – HANDGUN USPS PRIORTY MAIL
ADD 50.00 SHIPPING – LONG GUNS USPS PRIORTY MAIL
OPTIONAL INSURANCE IS AVAILABLE AT 1.25 PER 100.00
SORRY NO MORE UPS SHIPPING – THERE POLICY NOT TO SHIP GUN AS OF 8/29/2022
Questions e-mail or call Glen at Eastern Branch Firearms 207-215-5021
TERMS – PLEASE READ BEFORE
I DO NOT HAVE A LAYAWAY OPTION ( WE ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS ) -- I GET ALOT OF REQUEST FOR TRADES, I WOULD PERFER NOT TO DO TRADES ON MY INTERNET LISTINGS
PAYMENT OPTIONS- We accept money orders, cashier’s checks , bank checks. sorry no personal checks. We accept all major credit cards please add 3% to the ’s cash discount price.(Shipping within the state of Florida - Florida Residents must pay sales tax) .Handguns and long guns do need to be shipped separate. PLEASE do not send payment via FED EX . USPS & UPS are fine. Thank you.
We include a signed copy of our FFL with each firearm shipped.
SAFTY NOTICE- Buyer is solely responsible for determining that a used gun is safe to shoot. The firearms offered have not been test fired but have been given a visual inspection only for purposes. It is a requirement that every used firearm is inspected by a qualified gunsmith before firing. By , the buyer agrees to hold seller harmless against damages, injury, or death caused by defective merchandise.
RETURN POLICY- All firearms come with a 3-day non firing , non messing with ( turning srews ,taking apart,removing parts, scoping. firing, cleaning or messing with in anyway) inspection/return privilege.Inspection is based on a visual review of the gun to confirm the gun is in the condition stated. In the case of a return, buyer pays all shipping charges & if paid for with a credit card buyer absorbs the 3% credit card charges . So please ask questions BEFORE you bid. Thanks for Looking and Good Luck!!
U.S. sales only, no exports…this includes antiques. I will ship to third party for exporting