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WW2 NEW ZEALAND WAR DEPT MARKED, 1942, 'Lend Lease' Savage Stevens, Long Branch .303 Calibre No.4 MK I* Rifle And Sling. Sn 9109 - 9109
This is a great condition, WW2, 1942 dated, 'Lend Lease' Savage Stevens, Long Branch .303 calibre S.M.L.E. No.4 MK I* rifle. These rifles were manufactured under the terms of the 'lend-lease' agreement during WW2. The MK I designation was changed to MK I* in 1942 after modifications to the bolt housing. ( See page 342 of The British Service Lee by Skennerton). The woodwork and metal work of this weapon are in excellent condition, and it strips, cocks and dry fires perfectly. The shoulder stock is deeply stamped with a New Zealand War Dept Stamp 'N arrow Z'. The left side of the breech is crisply stamped 'No 4 MK I* Long Branch (Stevens Savage, Long Branch ) 1942' together with other markings(illustrated). The grip strap is stamped with a struck out number and number '18L0616'. The bottom of it's magazine also has new Zealand marks ' N arrow Z' and numbers '46109' & '13L7474'. It has an alloy butt plate with trap and is fitted with an original webbing sling. Price for this rifle with sought after New Zealand marking includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 9109
£525.00

Savage Model 1899 Lever-Action Rifle. Sn 3928 - 3928
*** With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. *** An excellent example of a Savage Model 1899 lever-action rifle in .22HP. Serial no. 317740 dates it to 1929. Cocks and dry fires. The Model 99 was a famously innovative, best selling hammerless lever action rifle produced from 1899 until the early 1990s by the Savage Arms Company in Utica, New York. Nicely stamped by the manufacturer. This is the weapon most famously used by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police the ' Mounties' amongst others. Price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 3928
£625.00

1881-1889 Marlin Ballard’s 1861 Patent .32 Long Round Single Shot Falling Block Breech Loading Under lever Rifle With Octagonal Barrel & Flip Up Peep Sight. Sn 12385:6 - 12385:6
***With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. *** Not a great deal is known about the man who designed and patented what was to become one of the finest single shot actions made in the United States. His name was Charles H. Ballard, born in 1822 in the town of Sterling, Massachusetts. C.H. Ballard's occupation was that of a machinist. On November 5, 1861, he obtained a patent for a firearm that was to make the name "Ballard" a household word to riflemen for many years to come. After receiving the patent. The first Marlin-made Ballards made their debut in 1875. Between the years 1875 and 1891 J.M. Marlin and the later Marlin Firearms Company offered over twenty different models of the Ballard single shot rifle. These are the single shots that established the fine reputation for accuracy and reliability that the Ballard enjoys to this day; at many of the most prestigious rifle matches of the era, the Ballard was the preferred rifle among expert shooters. The Ballard action provided for a camming action of the breech block, a centre hung hammer for fast lock time, and the internal parts were contained in the breech block, protecting them from dirt and fouling. The many different buttstock styles and barrel weights offered meant that the competition shooter could tailor a rifle to his specific needs. The original guns were made by John M. Marlin, New Haven, Connecticut (1879-81) or the Marlin Fire Arms Company, New Haven, Connecticut (1881-89). They shared the same dropping-block action; barrels were generally rifled with six concentric grooves twisting to the right. This is a nice original example of the Marlin Ballard’s 1861 Patent rifle. It has a 26” octagonal barrel and measures 41 ½” overall. All wood and metalwork are in very good condition with even patina throughout. The stock has a ribbed butt with embossed Marlin monogram. It has the correct flip up 'globe' fore sight, and fixed rear sight together with additional correct flip up ‘peep’ sight. The left side of the action is marked ‘Marlin Firearms Company New Haven CT USA, Patented February 9 1875 Ballard’s Patent Nov 5 1861’ (illustrated). The barrel also has calibre detail ’32 Long’. The weapon is number '22077'. The rifle, strips, cocks and dry fires. Price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 12385:6
£595.00

WW2 Russian Ishevsk Arsenal Moisin Nagant, 7.62mm Calibre Bolt Action Rifle. D 1393 - D 1393
*** With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. ***The Mosin–Nagant is a five-shot, bolt-action, internal magazine-fed, military rifle, developed by the Imperial Russian Army in 1882–91, and used by the armed forces of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and various other nations. In spite of the age of its design these weapons have shown up in various conflicts around the world until the modern day, being rugged and effective, much like the AK-47 and its variants. The Izhevsk Machinebuilding Plant is a weapons and motor vehicle manufacturer based in Izhevsk, founded in 1807 at the decree of Tsar Alexander I, and is now one of the largest corporations in its field. The Plant manufactured Moisin Nagant rifles during WW1 & WW2 along with AK47 assault rifles and other arms for the Russian War effort. The Plant produces arms for the Russian Military today. This is a very good WW2 era Moisin Nagant Rifle. It has undamaged metal work with even patina and all original wood furniture which has some service wear consistent with age and service use. The Breech housing is stamped with Russian Script and the faint arrow within triangle Arsenal marks of the Ishevsk Plant (illustrated in image 2). The weapon has its original cleaning rod, adjustable rear sight, block and blade fore sight and steel butt plate. The fore stock and shoulder stock are correctly slotted for sling anchor. The weapon strips cocks and dry fires. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. D 1393
£375.00

MATCHING NUMBERS Austro- Hungarian Mannlicher M95 Stutzenkarabiner 8mm Calibre Carbine. D 1391 - D 1391
***With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. *** This is an excellent example of the M95 Steyr straight pull bolt action carbine. The M95 was first manufactured at the Steyr plant and then in Budapest at an Island Arsenal set up by Steyr. This is one of those and the breech is stamped 'Budapest M95 (illustrated). These weapons were used throughout WW1 and in 1930 the Austrian Government updated this carbine for the 8 x 56R cartridge and the sights altered. The receivers as with this example were stamped 'S' for Stutzenkarabiner. When the Nazi's came to power these carbines were given to Bulgarian Units. They were also standard issue for the Russian Navy. The wood furniture of this weapon is in great condition as is the metal work which has its original finish throughout. The barrel, breech and stock are stamped with martching numbers ‘4378V’. The bolt has the number ‘4378’ lightly scratched on it. It cocks and dry fires perfectly. The price for this original, nicely stamped weapon includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. D 1391
£495.00

WW2 1942 Italian, Carcano M1891/41 Terni Arsenal (FAT42), 6.5mm Calibre Rifle. Sn 12177 - 12177
*** With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. ***The Carcano M1891 rifle gave excellent service throughout the First Word War where Italy participated on the Allied side, fighting mainly against Austria. The reliability of the weapon convinced Fascist Italy to re commence manufacturing the Infantry rifle during WW2. The rifle was designated the Carcano M1891/41 Rifle. Aside from a more compact rear sight, standard non-progressive rifling, and a barrel slightly shorter than the older infantry rifle, the 1941 adaptation was little changed from the WW1 era weapon. The M1891/41 rifle was manufactured at the Terni Arsenal (aka Terni, FAT) and in Northern Italy and at the Armaguerra Cremona factory. This is an excellent original example of the M1891/41 Rifle. Its wood stock and metalwork are excellent and undamaged. It is equipped with original cleaning rod, sling swivels, bayonet lug, flip up rear sight, block and blade fore sight & steel butt plate. The breech is crisply marked 'FAT' (Terni) together with ‘42’ (1942) date. The breech is also stamped with inspection marks and '6.5mm' calibre detail. The breech and stock are stamped with matching numbers ‘T9775’ and ‘FAT1948’ roundel. It strips, cocks & dry fires as it should. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 12177
£475.00

British War Dept Factory Sectioned Cut-Away Lee Enfield No4 Mk1 .303 Calibre, SKN731 Armourer’s Instructional Rifle Action, Shoulder Stock & Part Barrel. Sn 12129:19 - 12129:19
**** With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. *** This is a now hard to find de-activated Lee Enfield .303 No4 "SKN" Armourers Instructional Action. Approximately 2500 official SKN No4 actions were manufactured in 1948’-50 utilizing downgraded components from condemned Service rifles. Quite a number of skeleton actions were assembled by the Gun trade and by REME workshops, but these lack the official SKN number on the left hand wall of the action body. The contract was originally given to ROF Enfield, but following legal action involving the alleged un-licensed Government manufacture of the L2 Sterling SMG, manufacture was given instead to Sterling Engineering as part of the legal settlement. Sterling then sub-contracted the work to List Engineering of Dagenham, which completed SKN's returned to ROF Enfield for inspection and service acceptance. This example is stamped with the correct SKN designation (see page 230 of the Lee Enfield Story By Skennerton) ‘SKN1982’ on the left side of the breech frame. The stock has a brass butt plate. Component parts were carefully sectioned at the factory, with cutaway areas painted red. The piece measures 28 ½” overall length. The magazine is sectioned. This SKN is in excellent overall condition. The bolt action works as it should and it strips, cocks and dry fires. As a sectioned instructional piece not capable of discharging, no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 12129:19
£325.00

**LAYAWAY**120517**LAYAWAY**WW1 Era Austrian Steyr Mannlicher Model 1895/ M95 8mm Calibre Straight Pull Bolt Action Rifle With Sling, Steyr M95 Knife Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. Sn 12129:13 - 12129:13
With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. ***The Repeating Rifle Model M1895, better known as the Mannlicher M1895 rifle is a bolt-action rifle, designed by Ferdinand Ritter von Mannlicher. The M1895 is unusual in employing a straight-pull bolt action, as opposed to the more common rotating bolt-handle of other rifles. It was consequently renowned for combining a high rate of fire (around 30–35 rounds per minute) with reliability and sturdiness. This is an original M95 Steyr straight pull bolt action Rifle. These weapons were used throughout WW1 and into the 1930’s. When the Nazi's came to power many M1895 rifles and carbines were given to Bulgarian Units. The wood furniture of this weapon is in good condition as is the metal work which has even patina throughout. The breech is stamped ‘Steyr M.95’. It has bayonet bar/ lug, sling swivels, steel butt plate, block and blade fore sight and ladder rear sight. The rifle is fitted with an original leather sling. The weapon strips, cocks and dry fires perfectly. It is complete with an original M95 bayonet. The bayonet has a 9 ¾” single edged blade with fuller. The clean blade is marked at the ricasso with the combined 'OEWG' (Österreichische Waffenfabriksgesellschaft 'Austrian Arms-Manufacturing Company') Steyr mark. The reverse is stamped with inspection mark. Its steel cross guard is stamped '03'. Its slab wood grips are undamaged and the pommel's steel push button release catch functions perfectly. The bayonet has its original steel scabbard with frog bar and brown leather frog with integral belt loop. The scabbard has no dents and its frog stud is marked ‘OEWG’. All leather and stitching of the frog are intact. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 12129:13
£0.00

**UNAVAILABLE**UNAVAILABLE**BOER WAR, 1902 Dated BSA & Co, Long Lee Enfield MK 1* Reg't Marked to the South African, Border Mounted Rifles And Sling. Sn 7687 - 7687
In 1899 clearing rods were abolished in the British Service and the MK 1 * Lee Enfield Rifle without clearing rod hole in the fore end nose cap was approved on 7th August 1899. The Border Mounted Rifles was a Boer War Unit commanded by Major J F Rethman. The Unit was 286 men strong and based in Ladysmith and Acton Homes. In July 1913 the Unit was amalgamated with the Natal Mounted Rifles and renamed the 3rd Mounted Rifles (Natal Mounted Rifles). In 1932 the Regiment's name was simplified to The Natal Mounted Rifles and in 1934 it was converted to infantry. This .303 calibre Long Lee Enfield MK 1* Rifle is crisply stamped on the right side of the strap 'BSA Co Kings Crown ER' , 'LE I*' and '1902' date. The wood work is all original & the stock is stamped with the 'BSA' roundel. The heel of it's brass butt plate with trap is stamped 'B.M.R 140' ( Border Mounted Rifles) with War Dept arrow. The metal work retains it's original finish and the weapon has magazine cut off and long range volley sights. It correctly has no hole for ramrod at the fore end, a shrouded bolt and it's magazine chain is in place. It cocks and dry fires perfectly and is complete with original leather sling. Price for this superb rifle includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 7687
£1,195.00

RARE, Turkish Cavalry Mauser Model 1905 7.65mm Calibre Carbine. Sn 11846 - 11846
***With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. *** Prior to the introduction of the M1905 Turkish Carbine, which was purchased from Mauser, the Turkish Cavalry had been armed with a combination of outdated arms including the black-powder M1887 Mauser Carbine, along with smokeless-powder conversions of the M1874 Peabody-Martini single-shot rifle. They were in desperate need of modern Carbines and received them in the form of the compact, quick-handling M1905 Mauser. Like the M1903 rifle, this excellent little carbine was patterned on the 1898 Mauser action. The Carbine has a full-length stock with a nose cap flush with the muzzle. There was no provision for a bayonet, as the Turkish Cavalrymen at the time were still carrying sabres and lances in the same vein as their European counterparts. The M1905 was loaded via the patented Mauser charger system. There are slight variations to be found among surviving examples of these rare carbines. The M1905 was issued primarily to the Cavalry, but also to Engineers and Artillery Troops. This is a rare original, 7.65mm calibre Turkish Contract German Mauser M1905 Carbine. The woodwork and metal work are in good original condition with service wear to be expected and it cocks, strips and dry fires perfectly. The breech housing is stamped with Turkish script and emblem. It is serial number 7515. The Carbine is complete with sling swivels, cleaning rod and correct turned down bolt (to prevent snagging on uniform). It has an adjustable rear sight and winged fore sight. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 11846
£795.00
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