Colt low number 1918 SAR
This is a really rare oportunity to own an exceptional, brand new, Colt 1918 semi-automatic version of the famous BAR. This rifle has never been fired. In fact the bolt has never been opened since it left the factory. It comes with a beautiful fitted Italian leather case, two magazines, leather sling, and accessories. The best part is it is serial number 7, one of the first 20 Colt held out for it's special customers. Total production is estimated at only about 123 of these fine rifles.
$13,200 plus S&H. (One of these Colt 1918 rifles recently sold at auction for $14,200.00. It was used and had a much higher serial number).

Unissued M14 Field Gage Set
We have sold these sets in the past, but this one is by far the best we've ever run across. I use one in my shop daily and it looks like something that survived Nam. This one is brand new and unissued. I'd swap, but my old set works fine, even after inspecting thousands of M14 and M1A parts. It's complete and even comes in the original cardboard box and wrapper. The pin gages still have the original protective coating on them. If you need a set of gages, might as well have the best!
$1500 plus S&H

Remington/McMillan 40XC Stock
This excellent condition (less than 100 rounds through the original rifle) Remington Factory equiped McMillan fiberglass stock come with the original adjustable butt plate and check rest as well as the accessory rail. The bedding is for a Reminton 40XC heavy barreled target rifle with an integral magazine. It's the same action as a Remington 700 short action.  $450 plus S&H.

Here are a couple of samples of rifles built on GWLA receivers. The receivers are hot hammer forged and Nitrate finished. They have exceptional detail and are made to as close as possible to military specifications. They are examples of the fine quality work done at Shooter's Den, but are not for sale at this time.

T44E4 prototype of the M14, serial number 1000. This is a custom made rifle duplicating the original 510 T44E4 rifles made at Springfield Armory in 1955. The M14 rifle was adopted as a direct result of the successful testing of the T44E4 May 1, 1957. Only five T44E4 receivers were produced by GunWorks of LA. Shooters Den had a special run of T44E4 barrels made by Criterion Barrels, Inc and had LRB Arms produce special T44E4 bolts for this project. This rifle includes an early walnut stock and hand guard. The stock uses an M1 Garand butt plate just like the original rifles. Several other early style parts are included to add authenticity to this duplicate of the T44E4 rifle. It is for sale at $5000 plus S&H.