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Spanish Cometa ‘Indian’ .177 Calibre Lever Action Single Shot Air Pistol. AI 654 - AI 654
These air pistols are made by the Spanish arms company Cometa. The modern military look pistol has a large blued alloy and steel frame. It measures 11” overall length and has undamaged composite grips. The cocking lever is marked with model and calibre detail and the air cylinder has serial numbers (all illustrated). It has a blade fore sight and block rear sight. To cock the Indian, first push on the safety catch, then holding the grip firmly with the right hand, take hold of the cocking arm with the left, and pull up and round in a sweeping arc until the trigger engages, holding back the piston. Now return the lever all the way back and let it drop down into its main rest position. The pop out breech tray will automatically be exposed at the rear of the action, and a pellet can be gently nudged into place in the loading groove. Close the breech, and finally nudge off the safety catch, the pistol is then ready to fire. The pistol’s loading and firing mechanism works correctly with a strong spring action. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 air weapon, the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 654
£195.00

Post 1958 ‘The Webley Mark 1’ .22 Calibre Air Pistol. AI 653 - AI 653
This is a good 'The Webley Mark 1 Air Pistol'. These pistols were manufactured at the Webley Birmingham 4 factory Post WW2 To 1958. Production continued at their Handsworth factory into the 1960's (see pages 71 to 73 of Bruce's book Webley Air Pistols). It has all original metal work with original finish which has areas of light pitting and wear consistent with age and use. It has undamaged black chequered grips. The left side of the cylinder is stamped 'The Webley Mark 1 Made In England'. The left side also has the correct oil hole marked 'Oil' with arrow indicator. The right side of the cylinder is marked 'Webley & Scott Ltd Birmingham' ( the Birmingham 4 post code was removed after 1958) together with Webley Patents. It has an adjustable rear sight & the barrel strap beneath the blade fore sight is stamped 'MK 1 .22' (calibre). The frame is stamped with serial number ‘52887’. The front of the cylinder is stamped with matching serial number '887'. The pistol cocks and fires with a strong spring action. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 air weapon, the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 653
£245.00

RARE, 1930-1935 1st Type Webley Senior .177 Calibre Air Pistol With Straight Grips. Sn 14952 - 14952
This is a rare 1st type Webley Senior .177 Calibre Air pistol. These pistols were made between 1930 & 1935 (see page 214 of Hiller's book The Collector's Guide To Air Pistols). It is undamaged with original finish and black grips with Webley signature roundels. The left side of the cylinder is stamped 'The Webley Senior Made In England' together with British & International Patents. The right side is stamped 'Webley & Scott Ltd, Birmingham and with Webley International Patents'. The forward barrel block is stamped 'S.177' (calibre). The left side of the frame is stamped serial number 'S4942' & the front of the cylinder stamped with matching number '942'. It has a blade foresight & adjustable rear sight and it cocks and fires perfectly with a strong spring action. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air Pistol the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. Sn 14952
£395.00

MINT, 1968 – 1980’s German Anshutz Suppressed Recoil System Match Model 250 .177 Calibre Side Lever Action Air Rifle With Nikko Stirling 3-9 x 50 AO Mountmaster Telescopic Sight. Sn 15244 - 15244
The German arms company Anshutz produced their Model 250 match target air rifle from 1968 through to the 1980’s. The air rifle featured a suppressed recoil system designed by Hermann Wild (see page 69 of the Blue Book Of Airguns by Beeman & Allen). This is a near mint example in .177 calibre. The rifle measures 45 ½” overall. It has a superb precision match stock and adjustable rubber shoulder recoil pad. The metal work retains all of its original blueing and the top of the Air cylinder is grooved for telescopic sight. The weapon is marked with manufacturer & model detail (illustrated in the images. The 250 part of the model number is obscured by the telescopic sight). It is serial number '088133'. The underside of the stock has a rail for bi-pod and the muzzle of the barrel has a rail mount. The rifle cocks loads and fires with a nice tight action. It is fitted with a Nikko Stirling 3-9 x 50 AO Mountmaster Telescopic Sight in the same mint condition. The sight is stamped with manufacturer and magnification detail (illustrated). It also has removable protective lens covers. The optics of the sight are excellent. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. Sn 15244
£395.00

1928 BSA "S" Series Standard Under lever .22 Calibre Air Rifle. Sn 15199 - 15199
BSA Standard 'S' series Air rifles were made between 1919 and 1936. This is a very good original example of the 'S' series. It has an overall length of 45 ¼”. It has a 19 ½” rifled barrel. The top of the barrel block is stamped '2' (.22 calibre). It has a blade foresight and adjustable dial rear sight. It has all original wood work with chequered wrist panels (the stock has a contemporary, professionally repaired stock. The repair to a crack in the stock is only visible on close inspection and is stable & secure). The stock has a grooved butt with trap. The left side of the weapon bears the serial number ‘S35814’ which dates its manufacture to 1928 (see page 28 of ‘A Collectors Guide To Air Rifles’ By Hiller). The rifle cocks, loads & fires as it should. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 15199
£275.00

1947- Pre 1961 Webley MK 3 1st Type Variation .22 Calibre Under Lever, Air Rifle With 1st Type Ribbed Fore End Stock & Parker Hale Vernier Target Sight. Sn 15152 - 15152
Webley introduced their MK III series of air rifles in 1947. Although 1st types are believed to be in the serial number range 1 to 2500 and made between 1947-1949 Hiller in his book 'A Collectors Guide to Air Rifles' (Pages 236 to 243) indicates that between 1947 to pre 1961 variants with 1st type features were made before introduction of MK 3’s with telescopic sight rails were introduced in 1961. The woodwork and metal work of our Webley MK 3 are in excellent original condition. It has an 18 ¼” rifled barrel and measures 43" overall. The wood stock has the 1st type ribbed fore end stock and shoulder stock inlaid with 'Webley' disc and ribbed butt. The underlever is marked with serial number '11653'. The top of the air chamber is correctly marked with the Webley name and Birmingham address together with Mark 3 designation (illustrated). The loading port is marked with '.22' calibre detail. It is correctly without telescopic sight rail which is another feature of 1st type variants. It has a block and blade fore sight and adjustable dial sight together with an additional Parker hale target rear sight marked with Parker Hale manufacturer’s name & ‘PH16M’. The loading and firing actions work perfectly. Price includes UK delivery. NB as a post 1939 Air Weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act regarding the sale and delivery of this weapon apply. Sn 15152
£395.00

VERY RARE, MINT, DELUXE, Cased, 1953-83, German, Walther LP 53 .177 Calibre, Air Pistol & Accessories. Sn 15080 - 15080
The LP53 (Luft pistole/ Air Pistol) was produced between 1953 and1983. It is a .177 calibre air pistol with the same design lines as Walther's famous .22 LR Olympia target pistol. The LP53 is all metal with beautifully formed brown plastic grip panels. Movie posters for early James Bond films show Bond holding an LP 53 or Olympia pistol instead of his usual service PPK. This example is in near mint condition with excellent finish to the metalwork and plastic contoured grips with Walther banners. It has target sights and is stamped on the left side of the frame with the Walther banner and patent detail 'LP Mod 53 Cal 4.5 (.177)' together with 'Walther Patent Made In Germany' & serial number '05761'. The pistol functions perfectly and is contained in its original very rare to find red silk and felt lined deluxe wood case with hinged lid and clasp fasteners. The case is covered with a black leatherette and impressed with silver Walther banner. The case has its original leather carry handle. The silk lining has its original silver Walther banner. The case contains its original wood cocking aid 2 spare rear sight plates, 1 spare fore sight and a Bulldog pellet tin which contains a small quantity of .177 calibre lead pellets. The accessories are all held in place in their original contoured compartments and slots. The price for this deluxe LP53 set with connection to the iconic Bond series of movies includes UK delivery. NB as a post 1939 air weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Bill regarding sale and delivery of this item apply. Sn 15080
£745.00

RARE, Late 1800s American, Henry Quackenbush / Pope Brothers USA Nickel Plated Steel & Brass .22 Calibre Single Shot Bolt Action Bicycle Air Pistol / Rifle. Sn 14956 - 14956
Not much is known about these air pistols. It appears that the design of this early air pistol was first patented by the American Henry Quackenbush in 1874 and manufactured by Quackenbush under licence for the American Company Pope Bros who were involved in the cycle making industry. Early examples did not have the bolt action and rod cocking feature but were cocked and loaded by moving the barrel forward cocking the weapon and opening the breech (see pages 138 & 139 of The Collectors Guide To Air Pistols by Hiller). These pistols were known as ‘Bicycle Pistols’. The grip and receiver are cast iron and the barrel brass. The pistol retains much of its original factory nickel plating. It is cocked by compressing a steel rod in front of the cylinder which cocks the weapon. A pellet is loaded into the barrel by means of a bolt at the breech. The pistol has a small steel trigger, fixed fore and rear sights & the back of the grip is holed for wire shoulder stock which was sold as an accessory (our example is without wire shoulder stock). There are no external numbers or manufacturer marks on this example. The pistol cocks, loads and fires as it should. The price for this rare piece of American airgun history includes UK delivery. Sn 14956
£425.00

Boxed, Post WW2 To 1958 'The Webley Mark 1' .177 Calibre Air Pistol With Part Of Its Original Instruction Pamphlet. Sn 14995 - 14995
This is an excellent 'The Webley Mark I Air Pistol'. These pistols were manufactured at the Webley Birmingham 4 factory post WW2 To 1958. Production continued at their Handsworth factory into the 1960's. (See pages 71 to 73 of Bruce's book Webley Air Pistols). It has excellent undamaged metal work with all of it's original finish and superb black chequered grips embossed with the 'Webley ' embossed signature. The left side of the cylinder is stamped 'The Webley Mark I Made In England' highlighted in original white paint. The left side also has the correct oil hole marked 'Oil' with arrow indicator highlighted in original white paint. The right side of the cylinder is marked 'Webley & Scott Ltd Birmingham 4' pre 1958 manufacturers detail together with the correctly abbreviated 'Webley Patents'. It has an adjustable rear sight & the barrel strap beneath the blade fore sight is stamped 'MK 1 .177'. The front of the cylinder is stamped with serial / batch number '1363'. The rear of the cylinder is correctly marked 'Do not remove'. The pistol cocks and fires with a strong spring action. The pistol is contained in its original Webley labelled box which is undamaged and bears Webley pistol imagery, trademark and Birmingham 4 address. The inside of the lid has its original illustrated instructions for use. The box contains an illustrated page from its original instruction pamphlet. The price includes UK delivery. NB The restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. Sn 14995
£275.00

RARE, 1909-1914 Westley Richards 'Highest Possible' 1907 Patent Factory Nickel Plated .177 Calibre Break Action Air Pistol. Sn 15056. - 15056
Westley Richards patented their 'Highest Possible' Air Pistol in 1907. They were marketed between 1909 & 1914 (see page 584 of The Blue Book Of Airguns By Beeman & Allen). This is a rare to find fully functioning example in .177 calibre. It retains most of its original factory nickel plating & has its original Westley Richards ‘WR’ monogram brown bakelite grips. The pistol's cocking mechanism with sprung release lever in the grip strap is nice & strong & it shoots as it should. It has a 9" rifled barrel (11 ½” overall). The left side of the cylinder is crisply marked ' Westley Richards 'Highest Possible Air Pistol'. The left side of the frame is crisply stamped 'Westley Richards & Coy London W'. The inside of the frame is numbered '238'. The price for this piece of Air Pistol History includes UK delivery. Sn 15056
£945.00
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