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EARLY OLD SPEC WW2 Era .45 ACP Calibre Thompson USA M1 Auto Ordnance Corp Sub Machine Gun With Stick Magazine. Sn 13820 - 13820
This is an excellent early old specification (1991 Deactivation) WW2, Thompson M1 SMG. It has it's original wood stock, pistol grip and fore stock and the metal work has its original finish. The weapon is crisply stamped 'Auto -Ordnance Corporation, Bridgeport, Connecticut, U.S.A. on the right side of the frame and 'Thompson Submachine Gun, Caliber .45 M1 No. 181796’ on the left side of the frame. The top of the frame is stamped with the Thompson name and legend. It can be stripped and it cocks & dry fires. The Thompson is complete with Auto -Ordnance marked stick magazine, sling swivels and has a steel butt plate with trap. Price for this increasingly hard to find weapon includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13820
£1,675.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD 1950’s To Present Kalashnikov AKM 7.62mm Calibre Assault Rifle. Sn 13624:32 - 13624:32
The AKM retained the general layout of the AK assault rifle, including gas-operated mechanism with a long-stroke piston attached to the bolt carrier. Owing to its layout perfection, relative simplicity and peculiar elegancy as well as liberally applied principles of parts multi-functionality, design and technological completeness, the weapon demonstrated high operational reliability under any conditions (e. g. burst fire capability even if fouled with sand or soaked in mud and swamp water). The weapon's high quality was ensured thanks to the wide-scale and high-level development of metallurgy as well as availability of good quality gun steel. Equally important is simplicity of the weapon field stripping and maintenance. The left side of the frame is stamped with '1972 CM5428" alongside a small triangular cartouche. The weapon has a wood stock, brown composite pistol grip and wood fore stock. It has a ladder rear sight. It has a shrouded fore sight. Although a new specification deactivated weapon the trigger moves and the magazine can be removed. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13624:32
£0.00

MINT, Soviet Kalashnikov AK47/ AKMS 7.62 x 39mm Assault Rifle With Folding Stock. Sn 13624:32 - 13624:10
There are a wide range of AK47 Models and variants but the structure remains the same. The AKMS with Folding Stock was introduced as an improved variant of the AK-47 in the 1950's & saw service in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. This near mint AK47/ AKMS is serial number 4098216. The composite stock and metal work of this weapon are in near mint condition retaining their original finish. It has a folding skeleton stock, shrouded fore sight and adjustable rear sight. Deactivated in 2010 this weapon has a moving trigger, the magazine can be removed and the stock folds correctly. The slide does not move. The frame is stamped with numbers and inspection marks (illustrated). Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13624:10
£395.00

***SOLD***SOLD*** (Layaway 10/02/17) WW2 Sten MK III 9mm Sub Machine Gun By LB (Lines Brothers Ltd / Triang). Sn 13624:31 - 13624:31
The 9mm Sten was mass produced from pressed metal parts as an urgent production for the British War effort. This is an excellent WW2 Mk III Sten Sub Machine Gun. Deactivated to intermediate spec in 2002 it has a moving trigger and slide and the magazine can be removed. This item would compliment any WW2 display. It has the manufacturer's stamp 'LB' (Lines Bros Ltd), together with serial number stamped on the bottom of the magazine housing (illustrated). Lines Brother's Ltd was a large Toy making Company operating under the name Triang. In WW2 to support the War effort Line's Brothers became the largest manufacturer of MK III Sten SMG's. The top of the housing is stamped ' Sten M.G. Mk III'. The price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 13624:31
£0.00

INTERMEDIATE SPEC, Post 1950 Danish Madsen M-50 9mm calibe Sub Machine Gun With Folding Stock. Sn 13624:29 - 13624:29
The Madsen M-50 or M/50 is a submachine gun introduced in 1950. It was produced by the Danish company Dansk Industri Syndikat of Copenhagen, Denmark. The company was otherwise known as Madsen after its founder Vilhelm Herman Oluf Madsen. These weapons were mass produced from pressed metal parts. This is an excellent example deactivated to intermediate spec in 2010 it has a moving trigger and slide, the magazine can be removed and its folding stock operates as it should. The stock is correctly bound in brown leather. It has a forward sling swivel and fixed sling bar at the grip. The frame is stamped by the manufacturer ‘Madsen’ and it is serial number ‘113443’. The price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 13624:29
£395.00

1961 Dated Israeli, IMI (Israel Military Industries) UZI 9mm Sub Machine Gun With Detachable Wood Stock. Sn 13624:28 - 13624:28
The first Uzi Sub machine gun was designed by Major Uziel Gal in the late 1940s. The Uzi has found use as a personal defence and Military frontline weapon by elite light infantry assault forces in nearly every theatre of war since its introduction. This UZI SMG has great metal and wood work throughout. It has excellent undamaged composite pistol grips and short fore stock together with a detachable wooden stock with ribbed steel butt plate. The wood stock is quickly detached from the Machine Pistol by a thumb operated lever underneath the stock. The stock and Machine Pistol are fitted with sling swivels. The weapon has grip safety, top lever cocking and is fitted with the correct 32 round magazine. This UZI is nicely stamped on the left side of its frame with 'MP UZI Kal. 9mm' numbers '82474' and date 2/61 ( feb 1961) together with the manufacturers mark 'IMI' within a lozenge shape (Israel Military Industries). The weapon deactivated in 1998 has no moving parts but the stock and magazine can be removed. This is a great opportunity to own an iconic, deactivated UZI SMG. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13624:28
£575.00

INTERMEDIATE SPEC, Post 1980, Israeli, Mini Uzi 9mm Sub Machine Gun With Folding Stock. Sn 13624:26 - 13624:26
The first Uzi Sub machine gun was designed by Major Uziel Gal in the late 1940s. The Uzi has found use as a personal defence and Military frontline weapon by elite light infantry assault forces in nearly every theatre of war since its introduction. The Mini Uzi is a smaller version of the regular Uzi, first introduced in 1980. The Mini Uzi is 23 ¾” long with the stock folded. Its barrel length is 7 ¾”.This is an excellent Mini Uzi. It has excellent metal work, original composite fittings and correct folding stock. The weapon has has a top lever cocking slide and is fitted with correct magazine. Deactivated to intermediate specification in 2008 this weapon has a moving slide and trigger & the magazine can be removed (does not cock and dry fire). It is stamped on the left side of its frame ' MINI UZI 9mm', numbers '08324' and with the manufacturers mark 'IMI' (Israel Military Industries). A great opportunity to own an iconic, Mini Uzi SMG. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13624:26
£595.00

INTERMEDIATE SPEC, 1949-1952, French Foriegn Legion, Hotchkiss Collapsible "Type Universal" 9mm Sub Machine Gun. Sn 13624:24 - 13624:24
The Hotchkiss "Type Universal" Sub Machine Gun is one of most unusual weapons that appeared during the early post-WW2 period. The weapons were made by the once famous French arms-making company Societe des Armes a Feu Portatives Hotchkiss et Cie in 1949, and was produced until about 1952. The idea behind this gun was to make it as compact as possible when carrying or storing. It was used by the French Foreign Legion and Paratroopers. This is a nice original rare to find example. It is undamaged and has been deactivated to intermediate specification in 2000. It does not fold as it would have originally due to the deactivation process but it has a moving trigger and slide & the magazine can be removed (it does not cock and dry fire). The left side of the frame is stamped 'CMH No. 1058'. Price for this hard to find machine gun includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 13624:24.
£595.00

WW2 1944 Dated Russian Izhevsk Arsenal DP-28, 7.62x 54R Calibre Light Machine Gun With Pan Magazine & Bi-Pod. 13624:11 - 13624:11
The Russian Degtyaryov DP-28 machine gun (Degtyaryov's infantry machine gun) is a light machine gun firing the 7.62×54mmR cartridge that was used primarily by the Soviet Union starting in 1928. The DP had a reputation as an effective light support weapon. It was nicknamed the "Record player" (proigryvatel) by Red Army troops because the disc-shaped pan magazine resembled a gramophone record and its top cover revolved while the weapon was fired. After WW2 the Chinese Communists used the DP in the Korean War and copied the DPM as the Type 53. A number of the RP-46 variant of the DP have been spotted in present day Somalia, in use with militant forces and also among rebel forces in the 2011 Libyan uprising to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi. This is an excellent WW2 1944 dated Russian DP-28. It has all original wood and metal work which retains its original finish. It is complete with original tripod and 47 round pan magazine. It is fitted with sling swivels and has an adjustable rear sight and cone muzzle flash eliminator. The metal is nicely marked with '1944' date together Izhevsk Arsenal arrow mark and other inspection marks. It strips, cocks and dry fires. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13624:11
£775.00

OLD SPEC, Cold War & Korean War Era 1953 Dated Russian PPSh 41, 7.63 mm Calibre Sub Machine Gun With Drum Magazine. Sn 13624:9 - 13624:9
The impetus for the development of the Russian PPSh came partly from the Winter War against Finland, where the Finnish army employed the Suomi machine pistol as a highly effective tool for close-quarter fighting in forests or built-up urban areas. The Soviet weapon was developed during WW2 in mid-1941 and was produced in a network of factories in Moscow. This is an excellent Cold War/ Korean war dated Russian PPSh 41, SMG. Its wood and metalwork throughout are excellent. Deactivated to Old Specification in 1995 it strips, cocks and dry fires. The top of the frame is crisply date stamped '1953' together with roundel containing number ‘11’. It has matching numbers ‘BC08985’ on the stock and frame. It is complete with drum magazine, sling swivels and has a steel butt plate with trap. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13624:9
£875.00
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