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This is the day the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.

Classic Firearms strives daily to bring you the finest collectible, commercial and military surplus firearms, accessories and service available anywhere in the marketplace. In our business dealings, as in life, we make every effort to live by the Golden Rule. We thank you for visiting our site and hope that you will come back often. We appreciate your business.

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    Classic Firearms is hiring for full-time Order Packers and a Customer Service Representative in our Monroe, NC facility!

    Click Here To Apply.

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    Flash Sale!

    Grab Your BCA Favorites At A Great Price | Sale Ends April 25

    BCA AR-15 .223/5.56 NATO

    BCA AR-15 7.62x39

    BCA AR-15 Complete Upper .223 Wylde

    BCA AR-15 Complete Upper 7.62x39



    Back In Stock: PPS-43C

    We're as excited as you are about having these iconic pistols back in stock!

    The unfortunate part is that we don't have nearly enough to meet demand.

    We know it will be a frenzy.  If you want one, get it now. 

    PPS-43C Back in Stock!



    Win A POF Burnt Bronze AR-10

    Win A POF P308 EDGE AR-10 In Burnt Bronze Valued At $2350



    Deal Of The Week: BSA Optics AR4X32 Tactical Rifle Scope





    sootch00 Reviews The M14 Rifle

    Check out sootch00's detailed review of James River Armory's M14 Rifle



    JRA M14 Rifles

    Original Military Configuration Only $1499.99

    Paratrooper Version Only $1499.99

    M14 Paratrooper Version



    On Sale Now: Select Barrels

    Shop The Barrel Sale: Barrels Up To 20% Off



    Don't Miss Our Recent YouTube Videos







    DPMS - AR-15 5.56 16" Oracle Rifle Kit

    Complete Rifle Less Receiver and Magazine $399.99



    Shop VEPR Rifles & Shotguns

    Only A Few Remain!



    Bulgarian Makarov Pistol, 9x18

    Good Surplus Condition Only $249.99



    Yugo PAP M92PV AK-47 Pistol 7.62x39 Caliber

    Built In The Famous Zastava Arms Factory Only $638.79



    BM-59 .308 Rifles

    Only $1,299.99

    This is one of the sweetest shooting rifles I have ever seen. I would consider pulling the trigger an absolute privilege.

    Watch Ben's Videos + IraqVeteran8888's Review Video For More Information!

       Iraqveteran8888 Video: Italian BM-59 7.62x51 NATO Video   



    SB Tactical Stabilizing Braces!

    Multiple Styles & Models Available 



     Manufacturer Spotlight: Alex Pro Firearms

    Check Out All APF Rifles Now In Stock!



     We Carry 50 Cal!

    We sell a variety of 50 Cals from manufacturers including Sig Sauer, Steyr and Barret.



    Hundreds of Additional Firearms and Accessories

    For Sale and In Stock Here at Classic Firearms!

    Long Guns - Hand Guns - C&R Eligible - Ammo - Accessories

Joke of the Day

Q: Is Google male or female? 
A: Female, because it doesn't let you finish a sentence before making a suggestion.

Today in History
1800 Library of Congress established

President John Adams approves legislation to appropriate $5,000 to purchase “such books as may be necessary for the use of Congress,” thus establishing the Library of Congress. The first books, ordered from London, arrived in 1801 and were stored in the U.S. Capitol, the library’s first home. The first library catalog, dated April 1802, listed 964 volumes and nine maps. Twelve years later, the British army invaded the city of Washington and burned the Capitol, including the then 3,000-volume Library of Congress.

Former president Thomas Jefferson, who advocated the expansion of the library during his two terms in office, responded to the loss by selling his personal library, the largest and finest in the country, to Congress to “recommence” the library. The purchase of Jefferson’s 6,487 volumes was approved in the next year, and a professional librarian, George Watterston, was hired to replace the House clerks in the administration of the library. In 1851, a second major fire at the library destroyed about two-thirds of its 55,000 volumes, including two-thirds of the Thomas Jefferson library. Congress responded quickly and generously to the disaster, and within a few years a majority of the lost books were replaced.

After the Civil War, the collection was greatly expanded, and by the 20th century the Library of Congress had become the de facto national library of the United States and one of the largest in the world. Today, the collection, housed in three enormous buildings in Washington, contains more than 17 million books, as well as millions of maps, manuscripts, photographs, films, audio and video recordings, prints, and drawings.

Verse of the Week
You know that is was not with perishable things such as silver or gold that you were redeemed from the empty way of life handed down to you from your forefathers, but with the precious blood of Christ, a lamb without blemish or defect. —1 Peter 1:18-19

If value is determined by price, we are incredibly valuable. God took the most precious treasure of heaven to buy us out of sin and death and adopt us into his family. Silver and gold pale in comparison to that value.

Born on this Day
April 24th


  • Kelly Clarkson, born in Fort Worth, Texas, singer, songwriter


  • Leslie M Marx, born in Ft. Belvoir, Virginia, fencer-epee 1996 Olympics


  • Billy Gould, born in Los Angeles, California, rock bassist, Faith No More


  • Yvonne D. Cagle, born in West Point, New York, MD/astronaut


  • Eddie James Hart, Martinez Cal, 4x100m relay runner, Olympics gold 72


  • Glenn Cornick, rock bassist, Jethro Tull-Thick as a Brick


  • Doug Clifford, rock drummer, Creedence Clearwater Revival-Proud Mary


  • Conn Findlay, born in Stockton, California, coxswain, Olympics - 2 gold/bronze - 1956, 1964, 1976


  • Robert Penn Warren, 1st U.S. poet laureate, All the King's Men


  • John Russell Pope, U.S., architect, Jefferson Memorial


  • George Peabody Estey, Brigadier General Union volunteers


  • Robert Brank Vance, Brigadier General Confederate Army


  • Erastus Barnard Tyler, Major General Union volunteers


  • James Edward Harrison, Brigadier General Confederate Army


  • Thomas Oliver Selfridge, Commander Union Navy