That's cool. Like I said I do have some in that range to IE: WWII bring back Mauser, Spanish Mauser picked up off a battlefield in Cuba, A 03 Springfield with a experimental sight my great uncle developed and the military tested along with a couple Enfields and a few pistols.Nagao said:Post 1900 production. So something like a Mauser 98 or a C96 pistol which was produced primarily after 1900 obviously counts. We're turning equipment that was done being manufactured before 1900 because its antique status puts it out of the C&R range. We may go back and include these later if the site keeps going and growing but for now it's too much to chew. We'll also probably do commercial at some point but again, for now, it's too broad a focus. We're cutting our teeth on 1900-1960 military firearms.