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PROFESSIONALS firearms list

This list is not intended to be all inclusive.  Please contact us with
documentation on any other firearms you would like to be included
for use in a Professionals match.

This list last updated on January 25, 2012.

Open Category Firearms No attempt will be made here to outline all the rifles, shotguns or handguns that may be used in this category (refer to the Professionals rules).  The firearms restrictions below do not apply to open category shooters.
 

Main Match Long Guns   (Pistol or Straight Wall Rifle Caliber)

Federal Ordnance: model 713 (Copy: 1896 Mauser Carbine)

Marlin: model 1892 & 94  lever action

Marlin: model 27 pump action

Mauser: 1896 Carbine ( Fed. Ord. copy)

Remington: model 14 1/2 pump action

1921 Thompson (semi auto copies only) (copies made by Auto Ordnance, Commando Arms and Volunteer Enterprises)

Winchester: model 1892 & 94 lever action (all Win. 1892 copies allowed)

Winchester: model 1905, 1907 & 1910 semi automatic

Main Match Handguns designed to take an attached Shoulder stock such as the Mauser, Luger and Bergmann may also be used as long guns.

         (No firearm may be used as both a handgun and long gun in the same stage of fire.)

   

Main Match Shotguns

Browning: model A5 semi automatic

Burgess: Slide Action

Marlin: models 1898, 16, 17, 19, 21, 24, 26, 28, 30, 31, 42, 43, 44, 53, 60 & 63 pump actions

Remington: model 11 semi automatic

Remington: model 10A & 17 pump action

Union Firearms: model 24 & 50

Winchester: model 1893 & 97 pump action  (Norinco & Interstate arms copies)

Winchester: model 1901 lever action  (May substitute Winchester 1887 and copies)

Winchester: model 1911 (M11) semi automatic

Winchester: model 12 pump action

Main Match Handguns (Double Action Revolvers), minimum six shot cylinder.

Clemont: American model (copy of Colt Police Positive)

Colt: 1877, 1878, 1889, 1905, 1909 & 1917, New Army / Navy,  New Service, Police Positive,
   Pocket Positive, New Police, New Pocket, Police Positive Special, Army Special model & 
   Officers Model Target (1st and 2nd Issue)

Enfield: #1 Mk I & II 

Garate: Cosmopolite, El Lunar & Anitua

Glisenti: model 1889

H & R: model 1880, DA 1st & 2nd models, American, Shell Extracting, Knife & Automatic Ejection
   models 

Japanese: Type 26

Marlin: model 1887

Merwin Hulbert: DA models

Nagant: model 1895

S & W: DA 1st model 44, Favorite & Frontier, Model 38 Win. DA,  all Hand Ejector models including the 1917 (with the exception of the 44 3rd and 4th models.)  Modern model 22 (model of 1917) reproductions.

Webley & Scott: model 1872, Royal Irish Constabulary, 1880 Metropolitan Police, 1887 Webly-Pryse,
   New Model 1883 R. I. C., 1884 R. I. C. Naval, British Bulldog, 1878 Army Express,
   Webley-Kaufman 1880, Webley-Green, Mk I, II & III

Webley-Forsbery: Automatic Revolver

Main Match Handguns  (Semi Automatic Pistols)

Astra: 100, 300, 400, 900, 902, 1911 & 1924 (900 and 902 Copies: 1896 Mauser)

Aero: model 1914

Alkartasuna Fabrica DeArmas: Alkar

AMT: Government model (Copy: Colt 1911)

Arizdemendi: Singer, Teuf Teuf, Walman & Boltur 1st & 2nd (FN Browning 1910 copy) models

AMT: Government model (Copy: Colt 1911)

Arrizabalaga: Arrizabalaga & Campeon

Auto Ordnance: (Thompson) 1911A1 (Copy: Colt 1911)

Azul: model 31 & 34 (Copies: 1896 Mauser)

Ballester Molina: 1911 & 1911A1 (Copy: Colt 1911)

Beeman: MP08 (Copy: Luger)

Beretta: model 1915 & 1919

Bergmann: model 1894, 1896, 1897, Simplex, Mars, 1908 & 1910

Bernardon Martin: 1907 & 1908

Brochardt: model 1893

Browning: (FN) model 1900, 1903, 1906 (Zulaica copy) & 1910 (Arizmendi copy)

Campo: model 1904, 1910, 1913 & 1916

Caspian Arms: 1911 (Copy: Colt 1911)

Colt: model 1900, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1909, 1910 & “M”

Colt: 1911 (Copies to include the 1911A1 & 1927) (Copies: AMT, Auto Ordnance, Essex, Ballester
    Molina, ) Caspian, Federal Ordance, Kahr, Llama, Norinco, Springfield, Thompson, & U. S.
    Patent Firearms)

Clement: M1909

CZ: model 1921 & Army Pistol

Dansk: Schuboe, M1902, 04, 07, 1910/12 & 1916

Erma: KPG68 (Copy: Luger)

Fabrique National (FN): (Browning) model 1900, 1902, 1903, 1906 (Zulaica copy) & 1910 (Arizmendi
    copy) 

Federal Ordnance: Ranger 1911A1 (Copy: Colt 1911) & 714 (Copy: 1896 Mauser)

FEG (FE) model 1901, 1906, 1910 & 1921

Gabilondo Y Urresti:  Buffalo, Danton War Model, Perfect & Plus Ultra 

Garate: Lalira ( Copy: Mannlicher 1901)

Gazanaga Isidro: Destroyer M1913 & M1916

Glisenti: model 1906, 1910, 1915 &1915-1919

Grand Percision: Bulwark model 1914 & Libia

H & R: Self Loading Pistol

Husqvarna: model 1907

Jager: semi auto pistol

Kahr Arms: M1911PZK, T1911 & 1911C (Copy: Colt 1911)

Langenhan: Army model, Open model & Closed model

Llama: model XI B & Large frame auto

Luger: P 08 (Beeman, Erma & Stoger & Military copies)

Mannlicher: model 1894, 1896, 1899, 1901(Garate copy), 1905 & Argentine 7.65

Mauser: 1896 “Broom Handle” (Astra, Azul, Fed. Ord., Zulaica, and the Chinese at Taku-Naval
    Dockyard, Shansei, Arsenal and handmade copies) & 1914

Norinco: 1911A1 (copy: Colt 1911A1)

Ojanguren Y Vidosa: Apache

Pieper: M1907, Basculant & Demontant

Rheinmetall: Dreyse model 1907 & Rheinmetall 32

Rock Island Armory: (Armscor) 1911 (Copy Colt 1911)

Robar: 1907, 1909, 1910, 1912, 1913/1914 & New model Jieffeco

Roth Steyer: model 1907

Springfield Armory: GI .45 (copy: Colt 1911A1)

Savage: model 1907, 1915 & 1917

Sauer: model 1907, 1908, 1911 (M11) & 1912 (M12)

Star: M1919 & Madela

Stock

Stoger: American Eagle (Copy: Luger)

Thompson: (Auto Ord.) 1911A1 (Copy: Colt 1911)

U. S. Patent Firearms: Super 38, 1909 & 1911

Walther: model 3, 4 & 6

Webley: 1904, 1905, 1909, 1910 & 1913

Zulaica: Vinciter (Copy: Browning FN 1906) & Royal (Copy: Mauser 1896)

Vest Pocket Pistol Side Match (25 Cal. Or less)

A. Errasti: Errasti

Acha: Atlas

AiAi: Reims

Aldazabal: Model 1919

Alkartasuna Fabrica DeArmas: Alkar

Apalozo Hermanos: Paramount & Iriomphe

Astra - Uncerta: Victoria & Astra 200

Azpriri: Avion & Colon

Bayard: Model 1908

Bergmann: Model 2 & 2A

Browning: Model 1906

Chas Clement: Model 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 & 1912

Colt: Model 1908 "Hammerless Vest Pocket Model"

CZ: Fox

Dreyse: Vest Pocket Model & Model 1907

Echave & Arizmendi: Bronco Model 1913 & 1916, Echasa Model 1916, Lighting, Protector  

   1915 & 1918 & Pathfinder (sold as a Stoeger Pathfinder)

Erquiaga: Fiel & Marte

Fabrique National: Model 1906 "Vest Pocket"

FEG: Frommer Bagy & Lilliput

Francisco Arizmendi: Singer, Teuf Teuf, Walman & Boltun (1st variation)

Gabilondo Y Urresti: Bufalo

Gazanaga Isidro: Destroyer 1913

Grand Precision Fabrique: Bulwark, Bulwark Model 1913 & Libia

Hijos Arrizabalaga: Campeon

Jules Bertrand: Le Novo & Le Rapide

Jules Jacquesmart: LeMonobloc

LeFrancais: Officer's (pocket) Model

Lignose: Model 2 & 2A

MAB: Model A

Martin A. Bascaran: Martian & Thunder

Mossberg: Brownie

Menz: Liliput

OWA: Pocket pistol

Pieper: 1907, 1908 Basulant & Legia

Robar & DeKirkhave: Model 1911

Sauer: Pocket 25

Savage: Model 6.35

Stock: (.22 & .25)

Stoeger: Pathfinder

Walther: Model 1, 2, 5, & 9 "Vest Pocket"

Webley: Model 1906 & 1909

Wiener Waffenfabrik: Little Tom

 

Long Range Side Match Rifles (Rifle Caliber)

 

Browning: Automatic Rifle (Semi Auto copy of the BAR)  (Bi-pods were not installed on BAR's before 1921)

Browning: 1895 (Copy: Win. 1895) lever action

Enfield US: model 1917 bolt action

Fusil: M1907 & 1916 bolt actions

Japanese: Type 13, 20, 30 & 38 bolt action

Krag Jorgensen US:M1992,96,98 & 99 bolt action 

Krag Jorgensen Norway: 1894, 95, 97 1904, 06, 07, & 1912  bolt action Krag Jorgensen Danish: 1889 bolt action

Lebel: 86/93 bolt action

Label-Berthier: 1907/15 bolt action

Lee-Enfield: Rifle #1 MK I, II, III, III* & IV bolt actions

Lee-Enfield: Rifle #3 MK I bolt action

Lee-Medford: MK I & II bolt actions

Mannlicher: model M85, M86, M88, M88-90, M90, M95, M96, 1892 and 1916 bolt action rifles

Mannlicher-Carcano: M1891 bolt action

Marlin model 1893 & 1895 (copy: Marlin 336) lever actions

Mauser: model 1889, 90, 91, 93, 94, 95, 96, 98, 1902, 1909 & civilian bolt action rifles

Mosin Nagant: model 1891

Remington: model 8 semi automatic (Rem. Model 81 may be used in place of the M8) Remington: model 14, 14A & 14R pump action (Rem. Model 141 may be used in place of the M14)

Remington-Keene: Magazine, Sporting, Army & Navy Rifles, Carbine & Frontier model Remington Lebel: bolt action

Remington – Lee: bolt action

Remington: model 1879, 82, 85, 99 & 30 bolt action

Savage: model 1895 & 99 lever action

Savage: model 170 pump action

Springfield US: model 1903 (the model 1903A1 may be used in place of the 1903 but not the 1903A3)

Standard Arms Co.: gas and slide action 

Stevens: High Power lever action

Winchester: model 1894 & 1895 (Browning copy) lever action

Winchester-Lee: Straight Pull rifle Winchester-Hotchkiss: bolt action

  Key:   

(Copy: "Firearm Name") This is an acceptable copy of this named firearm.   

("Company Name" copy)  You will also find an acceptable copy of this firearm listed under this company name.

Notes:

 Smith and Wesson DA revolvers:  Some of the more modern S&W DA's with a pencil barrel and no ejector rod shroud will easily pass for the "Hand Ejector" models with nothing more than a change of grips.  The barrel profile of the S&W revolver remained unchanged into the 1950's.  The Victory Model and M&P .38 are prime examples, as are some (but not all) Model 10, 11, 30, 31 & 33 revolvers.  Taurus models 80 and 86 (equipped with a copy of the Hand Ejector adjustable sights that S&W no longer uses) are also acceptable copies of the S&W Hand Ejectors.

 Colt DA revolvers:  Some modern Colt revolvers with a pencil barrel and no ejector rod shroud  are close enough copies of the older guns that they will also pass for the New service and Army models. The Colt Official Police, Commando,  Marshall, Cobra first issue & Detective Special will pass as older guns.  The Lawman III will even work if you change the grips.

  

 Colt 1911 and 1911A1:  None of the modern "Combat" modifications such as oversize, ramp or
adjustable sights, extended slide release, oversized or ambidextrous magazine release or safety, beavertail grip safeties or magazine base pads existed in 1921.  On the other hand long triggers and arched mainspring housings normally thought of as not existing until the 1911A1 came out were in use in 1921 even if they were not standardized by the military until 1926.  Several companies make close enough copies of the 1911 that simply changing the sights will do, such as the Brolin Arms ML45, Colt 1991A1, Falcon Portsider, Kahr Arms model 1911WSG and several of the Springfield Mil. Spec. pistols.

 Sporterized Military Rifles:  By 1921 all American rifles including the 1903 Springfield and 1917 Enfield were available for purchase by the American public.  Add to this the fact that America had just finished WWI where rifles from most involved nations found their way to the U. S. as war trophies and it's easy to say any of the listed military rifles may be shot as sporters as long as the modifications are period correct.

 Carbines:  The Mauser and Mosin Nagant rifles were both produced as carbines by 1921.  These rifles closely resembled more modern rifles to include turned up Mauser bolts.  The only thing that may need to be done to a Mosin Nagant would be to remove the globe around the front sight.

 

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