Here at Guns.com, we have a ton of Certified Used guns just waiting for someone like you to take them home. What’s so cool about Certified Used you ask? These guns have been vetted by our on-site gun experts to ensure they’re free from mechanical defects and that condition is consistent with our rating.
We’ve compiled a quick list of 10 drool-worthy Certified Used guns from the Guns.com vault. Take a look and find your next gun!
Limcat Custom RazorCat — $4,000
This LimCat RazorCat is a high-level open-division competition pistol chambered in .38 Super Comp. It features a 5-inch barrel with a fixed compensator which stretches its barrel dimensions to 7.5-inches. Topped with a C-More red dot sight, the pistol offers metal grips with light stippling to ensure a firm grasp on the Phoenix Trinity frame.
LimCat’s competition hammer and a skeletonized flat-faced trigger allow users to quickly get their follow up shots on target. This package includes a LimCat Open Class holster and six magazines.
Still want to see more of the Limcat? Check out the review we did on this model here.
Surgeon Rifles Scalpel Long Action – $4,275.98
This Scalpel 1086LA from Surgeon Rifles is a bolt-action platform chambered in .300 Win Mag. A 26-inch heavy barrel is equipped with a Surgeon BSR muzzle brake and accompanied by a pair of Picatinny rails to attach optics and other accessories. The Cadex Dual Strike chassis allows significant customization of the Scalpel 1086LA while a bipod comes pre-installed to ensure stability. This rifle comes with five magazines and a Pelican hard case.
Sharp Shiloh Sharps 1874 – $3,299.99
Made in the 1970s, this Shiloh Sharps 1874 Rifle is an extremely high-end replica of the original. Chambered in .45-70, it delivers a 30-inch barrel, walnut furniture and a blued-steel frame — all listed in excellent condition.
USFA Single Action Army NFM San Juan Hill Artillery – $2,849.98
This USFA Artillery Revolver from Colt is a 6-shot revolver chambered in .45 LC. A 5.5-inch barrel is adorned with a notch rear sight and a blade front sight. This revolver, clad in smooth wood grips, is a replication of the Teddy Roosevelt revolver in the NRA’s National Firearms Museum, created to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Roughriders’ charge up San Juan Hill during the Spanish-American War.
LWRC R.E.P.R. – $3,900.00
This LWRC R.E.P.R. is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in .308 Win/7.62 NATO. It has a 10 plus 1 round capacity while the 20-inch barrel comes equipped with an A2 flash hider. Featuring LWRC folding BUIS front and rear sights, the quad Picatinny rails allow users to install their choice of optics and other accessories. A Sig Sauer Tango 6 2-12×40 tactical scope is currently installed. The rifle sports a bullet button to bring it in compliance with the laws of more restrictive states. Further customization of the LWRC R.E.P.R. is available via the adjustable SOPMOD stock.
Smith & Wesson Model 60 Chief’s Special (Engraved) – 2,716.98
This Smith Wesson Model 60 is a double-action 5-shot revolver chambered in .357 Mag. A 2-inch stainless steel barrel is adorned with a notch rear sight and a blade front sight. The stainless-steel frame barrel and cylinder all feature detailed scrollwork engravings. Checkered wooden grips ensure a steady grasp with every shot.
Remington 3200 Trap – $2,000
This Remington 3200 Trap is an over/under 12-gauge shotgun with 3-inch chambers. The top of two barrels features a ventilated-rib and a bead front sight to aid in quick target acquisition. The receiver of the 3200 Trap features scenes of hunting dogs while the blued steel of the receiver and barrels is handsomely complemented by the polished wood furniture. Checkering outfits the grip and forend to ensure a steady grasp on this classy shotgun.
Heckler and Koch P7 M13 – $3,799.99
The Heckler & Koch P7 M13 is a German 9×19mm semi-automatic pistol. It was produced from 1979 until 2008. With an almost cult-like following due to its rarity and high collectability factor, many people believe it should be the James Bond/007 gun (instead of the Walther PPK). This one is in excellent condition and comes with the original box and three 13-round magazines.
Daniel Defense DD5V1 – $2,707.98
The Daniel Defense DD5V1 is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in .308 Win/7.62 NATO. It sports a 16-inch barrel with a full-length Picatinny rail currently supporting a Leupold Mark IV 4.5-14×50 tactical scope. The stock is adjustable with soft textured sections which allow users to find a positive and comfortable cheek weld. The rifle is topped off with a Geissele SSA two-stage trigger with ambidextrous controls, KeyMod handguard, and a configurable modular charging handle.
Guns.com visited the Daniel Defense factory a few months ago so check out what this company is up to here.
Ruger Red Label Ducks Unlimited – $2,099.99
The Ruger Red Label Ducks Unlimited 50th Anniversary Model is an over/under 12-gauge shotgun. It is 1 of 1000 and comes with fixed modified and full chokes. The barrels measure 28-inches in length with an overall length measuring 48-inches. Condition is listed as excellent so don’t pass this baby up!
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