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Victorian British Army In India Enfield Tower .577” Regulation Smooth Bore, Percussion Cavalry Carbine With Saddle Bar & Rings. Sn 14048 - 14048
This is an original British Army In India Enfield Tower Cavalry Carbine in very good condition. It has all original walnut stock and even patina to the metal work. It has a heavy military percussion hammer and the lock plate is crisply stamped with Victorian Crown & 'Tower’ (Enfield) together with Indian marks. Its 21" barrel (37” overall) has a smooth bore which has staining to be expected. The top of the barrel has Indian script marks. It has a fixed rear sight and block & blade fore sight. It has an under barrel captive swivel steel ramrod. The carbine also has steel fore end block, trigger guard & butt plate. It is complete with steel saddle bar & 2 rings. The weapon cocks & dry fires perfectly. Price includes UK delivery. NB As an antique percussion Carbine no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 14048

VERY RARE, ORIGINAL, ONE OF 2,400, TRIALS, British WD No. 8 Bayonet, Blade Marked Poole 1946, Pommel Marked ‘SMT’ (Scottish Motor Traction Co) With Small Muzzle Ring For The 7.92mm Calibre S.L.E.M Rifle, Scabbard & 1937 Pattern WD Webbing Frog. Sn 14063 - 14063
This is an excellent original British WD No.8 Trials bayonet fabricated for the 7.92mm S.L.E.M Rifle. These bayonets are made from No.5 bayonet parts and differ from the No.5 only in the cross guard which has a smaller diameter muzzle ring. The muzzle ring on the No 8 being 14.8mm diameter. Only 2,400 No 8 bayonets were produced and were made at Poole in 1946. Parts were also provided by the Scottish Motor Traction Company (see pages 244 & 245 of British & Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton). The bayonet with 8" fullered Bowie style blade with clipped point is clean. The blade is stamped ‘P’ (Poole) and dated ‘1946’. It has the correct No 8 cross guard with small muzzle ring and pommel with lug button that has a good strong spring action are in great undamaged condition. The pommel is stamped with the diamond ‘SMT’cartouche of the Scottish Motor Traction Co above ‘WS’ and with WD broad arrow. It has undamaged slab wood grips secured by the correct screw bolts. The bayonet is complete with its original steel scabbard which is the correct No.5 model. The scabbard is undamaged and retains its original black finish. The scabbard is fitted with an original 1937 pattern webbing frog. The rear of the frog The price for this complete No.5 set includes UK delivery. Sn 14063

SOLD SOLD SOLD RARE, OLD SPEC WW2 1944 Nazi Marked German Maschinpistole MP 44 7.92mm Assault Rifle. Sn 14078 - 14078
The Sturmgewehr Maschinenpistole 44 (Storm or assault rifle model of 1944) was developed in Nazi Germany during World War II and is considered by many historians to be the first modern assault rifle. This is a very rare original Old Spec example (1993 deactivation). It has all original metal and wood stock with hinged trap. The left side of the frame is stamped 'MP 44' and '7251 Z' together with '/44' (1944 Date). The frame has Waffenamt and is stamped with German acceptance marks. It has forward sling swivel and the stock is slotted for sling anchor. It has the correct shrouded, fixed fore sight and adjustable rear sight. The weapon strips, cocks & dry fires. Price for this sought after weapon, hard to find particularly in old spec includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 14078

***SOLD***SOLD*** WW2, Nazi German 1943 Dated Steyr (bnz) MP40 9mm Sub Machine Gun. Sn 14086 - 14086
This is a very good, original MP 40, 9mm, sub machine gun deactivated. The folding stock fits snugly and functions perfectly as it should. This MP 40 has original undamaged alloy grooved grips and a dark coloured grooved stock. The weapon is nicely stamped with the Nazi German war time code 'bnz' which is Steyr-Daimler-Puch AG, Steyr, Austria & is WW2 dated '43 (1943) on the rear of the breech housing together with model designation and serial number ‘6723p’ (illustrated). The frame has Waffenamt. Deactivated in 1998 the weapon has no moving firing mechanism parts, but the magazine can be removed and the stock folds correctly. The price includes the deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 14086

MINT, OLD SPEC, Soviet / Chinese Kalashnikov AK47/ AKMS 7.62 x 39mm Assault Rifle With Folding Stock & Sling. Sn 14080 - 14080
This is an Old Spec (1994) deactivated 7.62 x 39mm, Kalashnikov AK47/ AKMS Assault Rifle. AK47 Models and variants are common 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 AK47/ AKMS is serial number 17039153. The wood work and metal work of this weapon are in near mint condition retaining its original finish. The frame has oriental script characters and other numbers (illustrated) It has a folding skeleton stock & strips, cocks and dry fires. The weapon is fitted with a webbing sling which has printed oriental script characters (illustrated). Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 14080

***SOLD***SOLD*** OLD SPEC, WW2 1938 Nazi German MG 13 (Maschinengewehr 13) 7.92mm Calibre General Purpose Machine Gun. Sn 14077 - 14077
The German MG 13 (Maschinengewehr 13) General Purpose Machine Gun was introduced into service in 1930. Most MG 13s were sold to Portugal. The MG 13 was designed to work with either a box or saddle drum magazine. These weapons were used in the tail gunner's position in Ju 87 Stuka dive bombers and in the turret of Panzer tanks during WW2. This is an excellent original example of the MG 13. It retains its original finish. Deactivated to Old Spec in 1995 it strips, cocks and dry fires. It has an excellent undamaged folding stock with padded folding leather recoil pad and undamaged wood pistol grip. It is fitted with a bi pod, carry handle, sling swivels and flip up forward and rear sights. The frame bears a Portuguese Crest and 1938 date (illustrated). The frame is Waffenamt and is stamped with serial number 'A-921'. The bi-pod and original box magazine are both Waffenamt and stamped 'BSW' together with matching 1938 dates. Price for this excellent, Nazi marked, WW2 dated, MG 13 includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 14077

5 x Various Two Piece Police Male Constable's / Sergeant's Blue Serge Helmets With Helmet Plates, Priced Per Helmet. Sn 13907:33 - 13907:33
5 x various two piece police forces male Constable's / Sergeant's helmets, all with helmet plates all with chin straps. They are all blue serge bodies, with chrome rose boss and all have a Queen’s Crown (QE II) chromed metal helmet plate. All five helmets have a leather sweat band with string adjustment cord and chinstrap. The first is a two piece South Wales Constabulary Helmet, size 7", by Everitt W. Vero & Co Ltd, London. The second, a two piece South Yorkshire Police, size 7 1/8", the third is a two piece Dyfed-Powys Police helmet, size 6 7/8", the fourth is a two piece South Wales Constabulary helmet, size 7 1/8" and the last is a Northampton & County Constabulary helmet. The price EACH includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:33

WW2, 1943 Nazi Marked Maschinengewehr MG 34, Machine Gun By 'dot' Waffenwerke Bruenn Plant With Original Matching Date Bi-Pod. D 1450 - D 1450
The Maschinengewehr 34, or MG 34, Machine Gun was first produced and accepted into service in 1934. It was first issued to German units in 1935. It accepts the 7.92 x 57mm Mauser cartridge. It was designed to perform both as a light machine gun and classic infantry support weapon. The MG 34 was used as an infantry machine gun during the 1930s, and remained as the primary tank and aircraft defensive weapon throughout WW2. This is an excellent WW2, 1943 Dated, Nazi Marked, Maschinengewehr MG 34, Machine Gun. The machine gun retains its original finish and strips, cocks and dry fires. The frame is crisply stamped 'dot' which is the German Wartime manufacturer code for Waffenwerke Bruenn Plant & '1943' date together with other inspection marks number '1333b' . The weapon also has crisp Waffenamt on the frame and other numbers on the frame and stock collar. It has its original wood stock and grooved alloy pistol grips, flip up fore and rear sights. The weapon is fitted with its original bi pod which is Nazi marked and has matching ‘1943’ date. Price for this excellent, Nazi marked MG 34 includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. D 1450

SOLD. SOLD. SOLD. OLD SPEC, WW2 .45 ACP Thompson M1A1 Auto Ordnance Corp Sub Machine Gun With Original Seymour Products Company Stick Magazine. Sn 14076:1 - 14076:1
This is an original old specification (1995 Deactivated) WW2, Thompson M1A1 SMG. It is an excellent example and it's wood stock, pistol grip and fore stock are all original as is its metal work. The wood has just the knocks bumps and bruises to be expected with age and service use and a small contemporary repair to the wood near to the butt plate which is totally stable & secure. The left side of the stock has small contemporary painted number '25' no doubt an armoury weapon number. 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 M1A1 No.293612 ' 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 perfectly. The Thompson is complete with an original stick magazine marked with the Seymour Products Co U.S. name and address. The weapon is fitted with sling swivels and the steel butt plate has a hinged trap. Price for this hard to find in old spec weapon includes its deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 14076:1

EARLY OLD SPEC, Cold War Era, Belgian F.N. FAL. (L1A1 SLR) 7.62mm Battle / Assault Rifle with Black Plastic Furniture & Sling. Sn 14076:2 - 14076:2
The Fusil Automatique Léger ("Light Automatic Rifle") or FAL is a self-loading (SLR) selective fire battle rifle produced by the Belgian armaments manufacturer Fabrique Nationale de Herstal (FN). During the Cold War it was adopted by many North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) countries. The United Kingdom produced its own variant of the FN FAL incorporating the modifications developed by the Allied Rifle Committee, designating it the L1A1 Self Loading Rifle (SLR). This FN FAL was obtained direct from the Military and deactivated to old specification in 1990 (at some point in its life the original deactivation certificate was lost and a replacement issued in 2013). The weapon strips, cocks & dry fires. It has its original blue finish and black plastic furniture. The serial number of the weapon is 1172. The frame is correctly stamped ' F.A.L. 7.62mm' and with FN’s Herstal factory address. It is complete with its detachable olive green box magazine and carry handle which rotates as it should. The weapon is fitted with an original webbing sling. The price for this iconic rare to find in Old Spec weapon includes the deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 14076:2

**SOLD**SOLD**OLD SPEC, 1962 British Army BSA L1A1 7.62mm Calibre Self Loading Rifle (SLR) With Wood Furniture, Removable Sight Protector Cover & Sling. Sn 14076:3 - 14076:3
The British version of the successful Belgium FN FAL Self Loading Rifle (SLR) was designated L1A1 and manufactured by Enfield, Birmingham Small Arms (BSA), Royal Ordnance Factory (ROF) and ROF Fazakerley. The 7.62x51mm NATO calibre, L1A1 SLR served the British Armed Forces from 1954 until approximately 1994. The L1A1 saw service in all major theatres of War during that period including The Suez Crisis, Malayan Emergency, Aden, Vietnam, Cambodia, The Northern Ireland Troubles & Rhodesian Bush War to the Falklands and Gulf Wars. This old spec (1993 deactivated) example of the L1A1 made by BSA in 1962 has excellent metal work and wood work throughout. It is complete with correct hinged carry handle, winged fore sight, flip up rear sight, bayonet lug and brass butt plate with trap. The fore sight has a removable blued steel protector cover which clips to the top of the barrel. The frame is marked ‘UB62’ (BSA 1962) together with L1A1 Model designation & WD arrow. The weapon is serial number A112954. It strips cocks & dry fires perfectly and is fitted with original webbing sling. Price for this sought after, hard to find in Old Spec, British Army SLR with sight cover & sling includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 14076:3

SOLD. SOLD. SOLD. C, FALKLANDS WAR BRING BACK, Argentine Special Forces / Paratrooper’s F.N. FAL FMAP (Fábrica Militar de Armas Portátiles Argentina) 7.62mm Full Auto Fire Light Machine Gun With Folding Stock, High Capacity Mag & Bi Pod. Sn 14076:4 - 14076:4
The Fusil Automatique Léger ("Light Automatic Rifle") or FAL is a self-loading (SLR) selective fire battle rifle produced by the Belgian armaments manufacturer Fabrique Nationale de Herstal (FN). Argentine FALs were produced by the Government-owned arsenal FM (Fabricaciones Militares) at the Fábrica Militar de Armas Portátiles in Rosario (FMAP). The acronym "FAL" was kept, its translation being "Fusil Automático Liviano", (Light Automatic Rifle). Production weapons included "Standard" and "Para" (folding buttstock) versions. Military rifles were produced with the full auto fire option. Fully Automatic FAL FMAP’s with folding stocks and bi pods were used as Light Machine Gun support weapons by Argentine Special Forces during the 1982 Falklands War . Deactivated ex-Argentine FALs from those captured during the Falklands War were used by UK forces as Drill / weapon identification aids. This FAL FMAP has its original finish, black plastic furniture, folding stock, bi-pod, folding carry handle, high capacity magazine, flash suppressor, sling swivels, winged fore sight and winged flip up rear sight. This example has no trigger guard allowing easy access for a gloved hand in the cold climate of the Falklands. The weapon is correctly stamped with Fabrique Nationale and Argentine manufacturer detail (illustrated in images 2 & 3). It is serial number 01-7.65623. The frame also has inscribed ‘D.P’ (British Military Drill Purpose) marks (illustrated in image 2) indicating that this weapon was one of those captured during the Falklands war. This weapon deactivated to old specification by the British Military and a deactivation certificate issued in 2013 when it came into the public arena. The weapon strips, cocks and dry fires. Price for this rare, superb Falklands War captured weapon includes the deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 14076:4
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