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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.

  1. We're Hiring!

    Classic Firearms is hiring for full-time customer service reps in our Monroe, NC facility!

    Interested candidates should email their resume to sales@classicfirearms.com.

    Must have a clean background and general knowledge of firearms.  Experience in customer service is a plus.

     

    [NEW CONTEST] Win A Steyr AUG

    Enter To Win A Steyr AUG Contest Ends February 27, 2018 At 11:59 PM EST

     

     

    Deal Of The Week: Glock .40 Caliber 50 Round Drums

    Get A Glock .40 Cal 50 Rd Drum For Only $29.99

    On Sale Now: Select Barrels

     

     

    Shop The Barrel Sale: Barrels Up To 20% Off

     

     

    Shop VEPR Rifles & Shotguns

    Only A Few Remain!

     

     

    Zastava M70 Pistol, 7.65/.32 ACP

    Excellent To Very Good Surplus Condition Only $259.99

    Comes with two 8 round magazines, holster and cleaning brush.

     

     

    Serbian Police SKS Rifle - 7.62x39

    Overall Good to Very Good Surplus Condition Only $429.99

    Unlike our previous batch of Yugo SKS rifles, this batch of Serbian Police Rifles came to us from the storage vaults of the Serbian Police forces in original turn-in condition.We do offer a hand select option for $20.00 which will guarantee you one of the nicer rifles cosmetically.

     

     

    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 

     

     

     Daniel Defense Rifles

    Check Out All Daniel Defense 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
At the Dog Track

A woman came up behind her husband while he was enjoying his morning coffee and slapped him on the back of the head. 
"I found a piece of paper in your pants pocket with the name 'Marylou' written on it," she said, furious. "You had better have an explanation." 
"Calm down, honey," the man replied. "Remember last week when I was at the dog track? That was the name of the dog I bet on."' 
The next morning, his wife snuck up on him and smacked him again. 
"What was that for?" he complained.
"Your dog called last night."

Today in History
1807 Aaron Burr arrested for treason

Aaron Burr, a former U.S. vice president, is arrested in Alabama on charges of plotting to annex Spanish territory in Louisiana and Mexico to be used toward the establishment of an independent republic.

Burr traveled to New Orleans after finishing his term as vice president and met with U.S. General James Wilkinson, who was an agent for the Spanish. The exact nature of what the two plotted is unknown, but speculation ranges from the establishment of an independent republic in the American Southwest to the seizure of territory in Spanish America for the same purpose.

In the fall of 1806, Burr led a group of well-armed colonists toward New Orleans, prompting an immediate investigation by U.S. authorities. General Wilkinson, in an effort to save himself, turned against Burr and sent dispatches to Washington accusing Burr of treason. On February 19, 1807, Burr was arrested in Alabama for treason and sent to Richmond, Virginia, to be tried in a U.S. circuit court.

On September 1, 1807, he was acquitted on the grounds that, although he had conspired against the United States, he was not guilty of treason because he had not engaged in an “overt act,” a requirement of treason as specified by the U.S. Constitution. Nevertheless, public opinion condemned him as a traitor, and he spent several years in Europe before returning to New York and resuming his law practice.

Verse of the Week
Dear friends, since God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. No one has ever seen God; but if we love one another, God lives in us and his love is made complete in us. —1 John 4:11-12

Can you imagine what an honor it is to have the Creator of the universe, the Lord God Almighty, living inside of you! And when we love each other, that is exactly what happens. When our hearts are full of love, there is room for God. When they are not full of love, we leave God little room to take up residence and produce his character in us. Let God complete his love in you. Make a commitment to do loving things for others today!

Born on this Day
February 19th

1971 

  • Becky Dyroen-Lancer, born in San Jose, California, synchro swimmer, Gold Medal 1996 Olympics

1967 

  • Benicio Del Toro, born in Puerto Rico, actor, Licence to Kill, Usual Suspects

1966 

  • Matthew Ryan, Port Jefferson, New York, team handball 1996 Olympics

1964 

  • Doug Aldrich, born in Raleigh, North Carolina, guitarist, hard rock, plays electric guitar, Gibson Les Paul, Fender Stratocaster, member of Whitesnake, founded Burning Rain

1956 

  • George David Low, born in Cleveland, Ohio, astronaut, STS-32, STS-43

1948 

  • Byron K Lichtenburg, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, astronaut, STS-9, STS-45

1932 

  • Joseph P. Kerwin, born in Oak Park, Illinois, Captain Med Corps USN/astronaut, Skylab 2

1827 

  • Charles Robert Woods, Major General Union Army