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WW1 Era Austrian Steyr Mannlicher Model 1895/ M95 8mm Calibre Straight Pull Bolt Action Rifle With Steyr M95 Knife Bayonet & Scabbard. Sn 10923:12 - 10923:12
**** 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. *** 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 Rifle. These weapons were used throughout WW1 and into the 1930’3. 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 a nice patina throughout. The stock has a contemporary armoury repair near to the butt plate which is only visible on close inspection. 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. It strips, cocks and dry fires perfectly. The weapon is complete with an original M.95 bayonet. The bayonet has a 10" 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 rampant Lion mark. It's steel cross guard is stamped 'D 6479'. It's slab wood grips are undamaged and the pommel's steel push button release catch functions perfectly. The bayonet has it's original steel scabbard with frog bar. The scabbard has no dents. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 10923:12
£695.00

WW1 Era Vetterli M1870/87 6.5mm Calibre Italian Brescia 1878 Dated Bolt Action Service Rifle Stock Marked 'Bernadelli Vincenzo'. Sn 10923:7 - 10923:7
*** 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. *** The Vetterli rifles were a series of Swiss army service rifles in use from 1869 to circa 1890, when they were replaced with Schmidt-Rubin rifles. Modified Vetterli rifles were also used by the Italian Army. Vetterli rifles were, at the time of their introduction, the most advanced military rifles in Europe. Large numbers of the M1870/87 rifles in 6.5mm calibre with box magazine were used by the Italian Infantry during WW1. This is an excellent Italian M1870/87 Vetterli bolt action rifle in 6.5mm Calibre. It has superb all original wood furniture. The stock and metalwork are stamped with inspection marks. The breech is stamped 'Brescia' and dated 1878. The stock is impressed with letters and numbers together with 'what appears to be 'Bernadelli Vincenzo'. It has an adjustable rear sight, block & blade fore sight, rear sling swivel and forward sling swivel lug, steel butt plate and correct box magazine. It is without cleaning rod. The rifle strips cocks and dry fires. Price includes UK delivery. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 10923:7. NB A MODEL 1870/87 SWORD BAYONET FOR THIS RIFLE IS AVAILABLE SEPARATELY ON THE SITE.
£695.00

WW1 Era Austrian Steyr Mannlicher Model 1895/ M95 8mm Calibre Straight Pull Carbine Stock marked 'K.A.B.'. Sn 10999. - 10999
***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. *** 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 carbine. These weapons were used throughout WW1 and into the 1930’3. 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 a nice patina throughout. The stock is carved or impressed with initials which appear to be 'K.A.B'. The breech is stamped ‘Steyr M.95’. It has bayonet bar/ lug, sling bar and forward sling swivel, rear sling swivel lug, steel butt plate, block and blade fore sight and ladder rear sight. It strips, cocks and dry fires perfectly. Price for includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 10999
£495.00

WW2 1939 Italian, Carcano Royal Army Marked Terni Arsenal, 7.35mm Calibre Carbine. D 1285 - D 1285
Many WW2 Carcano rifles manufactured at the Terni Arsenal (aka Terni, FAT) and in Northern Italy at the Armaguerra Cremona factory. This is an excellent original example. It's wood stock and metalwork are excellent and undamaged. It is equipped with sling swivel and stock sling anchor, bayonet lug, fixed rear sight, block and blade fore sight and steel butt plate. The breech is crisply marked 'Terni' together with '1939' date and inspection marks. The breech is also stamped with 'Crown RE' Royal Army stamp and ' Cal 7.35' calibre detail. The stock is impressed with 'Cal 7.35'. It strips, cocks & dry fires as it should. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. D 1285
£595.00

MATCHING NUMBERS, WW1 Era French 8mm Calibre Berthier Manufacture d'armes Saint-Étienne, Model 1916 (M16) Cavalry Carbine. Sn 10761 - 10761
The French Berthier carbine was adopted by the French Military in 1916 and saw service with the French Army in the latter stages of WW1. Later due to shortages of weapons the carbines saw service in WW2. These weapons were issued to mounted troops, Cavalry and the French Foreign Legion. The M16 was designed by Émile Berthier, a mechanical engineer in La Compagnie Bône-Guelma (one of the five subsidiary companies of the Algerian Railway System). This is an excellent original example. The total length of the carbine is 37 1/2". It has a folded over bolt lever to prevent it being caught when used by the Cavalry. The carbine has all original woodwork which has just the bumps and bruises to be expected with service use and age. The breech is marked with inspection marks and 'St Étienne M16'. The stock is stamped '27326'. The stock, trigger guard, barrel and bolt are stamped with matching numbers '23419'. The weapon has a steel butt plate, bayonet bar, block and blade foresight, ladder rear sight, sling anchor in stock and Cavalry saddle ring. It strips, cocks and dry fires. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 10761
£675.00

MATCHING NUMBERS, WW1 Era French 8mm Calibre Berthier Manufacture d'armes Châtellerault, Model 1916 (M16) Cavalry Carbine. Sn 10765 - 10765
The French Berthier carbine was adopted by the French Military in 1916 and saw service with the French Army in the latter stages of WW1. Later due to shortages of weapons the carbines saw service in WW2. These weapons were issued to mounted troops, Cavalry and the French Foreign Legion. The M16 was designed by Émile Berthier, a mechanical engineer in La Compagnie Bône-Guelma (one of the five subsidiary companies of the Algerian Railway System). This is an excellent original example. The total length of the carbine is 37 1/2". It has a folded over bolt lever to prevent it being caught when used by the Cavalry. The carbine has all original undamaged woodwork. The breech is marked with inspection marks and 'Châtellerault M16'. The stock is stamped '27326'. The trigger guard, barrel and bolt are stamped with matching numbers '61577'. The weapon has a steel butt plate, bayonet bar, block and blade foresight, ladder rear sight, sling anchor in stock and Cavalry saddle ring. It strips, cocks and dry fires. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 10765
£695.00

WW1 Era & French Foriegn Legion, 8mm Calibre Berthier Manufacture d'armes de Saint-Étienne Model 1907/15 8mm Carbine & Sling. Sn 10762 - 10762
These weapons were designed by Émile Berthier, a mechanical engineer in La Compagnie Bône-Guelma (one of the five subsidiary companies of the Algerian Railway System). Model 1905/17 rifles and carbines were issued to Colonial troops & the French Foreign Legion. It was also issued to some French regular infantry Regiments. Both the Manufacture d'armes de Saint-Étienne and the MAC (Châtellerault) were the principal state contractors for the Mle 1907/15 rifle. This is an excellent example of the carbine in 8mm calibe. This carbine has excellent original woodwork, the stock is stamped '71382' and complete with an original leather sling. The breech has inspection marks and is marked 'St Etienne Mle 1907 15' together with '1274'. It has a winged foresight, ladder rear sight and steel butt plate. It strips, cocks and dry fires. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 10762
£695.00

Post 1940, Winchester Model 62A 'Take Down' Pump/ Slide Action .22LR Calibre Rifle. Sn 10540 - 10540
The Winchester Take Down Model 62A pump/ slide action .22 Long Round calibre rifle was introduced in January 1940 with an improved breech bolt mechanism. This is an excellent example. All wood and metalwork are in excellent undamaged condition with even patina throughout. It has the correct grooved fore stock slide and 16 round tube magazine. The weapon is dismantled by a turn screw on the left side of the frame. The top of the breech is crisply marked with proof/inspection marks and the barrel 'Made In New Haven Conn. U.S. Of America Winchester Trade Mark Model 62A. The weapon is number '332949'. The weapon strips, cocks and dry fires. It has chequered butt plate, an adjustable rear sight and fixed fore sight. Price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 10540
£475.00

OLD SPEC, Military Museum Release, 1973 To Present, USA Sturm Ruger Mini-14 .223 Calibre Semi Automatic Carbine With Sling. Sn 10507 - 10507
Produced by the American Arms manufacturer Sturm Ruger the semi Automatic Ruger Mini-14 is a lightweight carbine which was favoured by U.S and British Law Enforcement agencies in the 1970's and 1980's. The weapons are still in production today. This example is chambered for the .223 Remington cartridge and was recently released from a Military Museum in the South of England. This weapon was deactivated to old specification in 1989 and has had a replacement certificate issued. The weapon Strips, cocks and dry Fires perfectly. The carbine measures 39" overall and has a 19" barrel with vented 'flash suppressor' at the muzzle. The left side of the frame is stamped with the Sturm Ruger Legend and address together with number '183-75145'. The top of the breech housing behind the rear sight is stamped 'Ruger Mini-14 Cal.223'. The wood stock has no damage and is all original. The metal work is all original and is complete with vented heat shield, winged foresight, aperture rear sight, steel butt plate, sling swivels, original webbing sling and removable box magazine. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 10507
£1,250.00

Zastava Mod.98/48 Preduzece 44 Rifle and leather Sling with Matching Bolt and Trigger Plate Numbers. Sn 10397 - 10397
An original Zastava Mod.98/48 Preduzece 44 Rifle and leather sling with matching bolt and trigger plate numbers. The Zastava M98/48 (often called Mod.98/48, Model. 98/48, Yugo K98) was a refurbished bolt action rifle, chambered for the 7.92×57mm Mauser cartridge that was temporary adopted in the years after WWII by the Yugoslav People's Army. It has been refurbished from the battle-proven Mauser K98k rifle that had been left-over by Germans or captured by partisans during WWII. The original German markings were scrubbed and replaced by the Yugoslav ones. The most noticeable markings are the Yugoslav Crest and the "Preduzece 44"(It refers to the site where it was refurbished. e.g. "Preduzece 44" stands for "Institute 44"-Kragujevac, Serbia-the location of Zastava Arms) present on the receiver's ring. Another noticeable marking is the one present on the left side of the receiver, the "Mod. 98/48". The rifle has a ladder rear sight and blade foresight. The receiver's ring is stamped on the left hand side with 'Preduzece 44' and just to the rear of this it has 'Mod 98'. On the opposite side it is stamped with a serial number "E4938" which is repeated on the top of the bolt and the plate just in front of the trigger guard. The woodwork is original and matching and in good condition. It has the stock slotted for a sling anchor. The stock is stamped on the left side with "9260 4938". The stock is fitted with a metal butt plate. The rifle is complete with a hide sling. The weapon cocks strips and dry fires as it should. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery.
£475.00
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