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Gunpower Stealth .22 PCP Rifle with Bottle, Moderator, Shoulder Strap, Scope and Case. AI 604. - AI 604
Primarily built as a superb take- down hunting rifle, the Stealth is also an accurate target gun. The aircraft grade aluminium and space age polymer combination, together with state-of-the-art production techniques give a high-performance air rifle like no other. Using compressed air as its power source the Stealth can give over 500 shots per fill at just under 12ft/lbs in .22 using an EU certified cylinder that can be inexpensively filled from a standard scuba tank or from a high pressure stirrup pump. The Stealth comes with the unique versatile GunPower “multi-mount” system featuring three dovetail mounting rails for accessories. The firing system is ergonomically designed with an automatic safety and easily accessible safety release, two stage trigger, an over-sized cocking knob, a large pellet loading port. Weight; 2.38kg, length; 29 inches. Single shot with an adjustable trigger. Air tank volume; 490cc. The matt black coating applied to all the metalwork is very well done. The polymer fore-end and grip are very good too. Three fixture rails are incorporated into the Stealth’s design, with dovetails running along the top and bottom of the front section in addition to the scope rail, which includes a Richter Optik 4x40 scope. The ambidextrous grip is secure and tight. The set strips and fits into its original carry case which is included, as is the fill adapter, shoulder strap and spare O rings. Its loading and firing actions work as they should 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 and delivery of this item. AI 604.
£425.00

**MINT**German Weihrauch HW80K Hull Cartridge Import .22 Calibre Break Action Hunting Air Rifle with Factory Sound Moderator / Silencer & Nikko Stirling 3-9x50 AO IR MD Mountmaster Side IR Telescopic Sight. Sn 18085:32. - 18085:32
The Weihrauch name has been associated with solid build quality and reliability for many years. Introduced in the 1990’s the HW80 transformed the hunting rifle market. The air rifles were available as the HW80 (full size) and HW80K with shorter barrel. This is a near mint Weihrauch HW80K in .22 calibre. The rifle has a 19” barrel fitted with factory sound moderator and Telescopic sight. It measures 45” overall. It has superb woodwork and 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 barrel block is marked with model and calibre detail (illustrated in image 2). It is serial number '1880033' (dating it to 2013) and is marked by the British importers ‘Hull Cartridge’. The rifle cocks loads and fires with a nice tight action. It is fitted with a Nikko Stirling 3-9x50 AO IR MD Mountmaster Side IR Telescopic Sight in the same mint condition. The sight is stamped with manufacturer and magnification detail (illustrated). 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 18085:32.
£475.00

*SOLD 11/7*c1985* Powerful 11.79 ft/lb* Weihrauch HW77K .22 Air Rifle with Nikko Sterling Mountmaster 4x32 Scope and Quality Leather Sling. AI 624. - AI 624
The Weihrauch HW77K (carbine) is a full power underlever spring rifle, which comes with the match grade two stage “Rekord” fully adjustable trigger system. The HW77 is well known for its ability to absorb recoil and this makes it a pleasure to shoot. It comes with a removable front sight and a micrometre rear sight. The stock is made from hardwood *minor indentation to the stock around the trigger area* and is right-handed with added cheek piece. There is a rubber butt pad and the usual checkering on the pistol grip and forearm. The barrel's bore is clean with crisp rifling, and it cocks and fires as it should with a strong spring action firing at an impressive 11.79 ft/lbs. The Weihrauch website dates the rifle to 1985 (Serial No- 1020292). The gun is in nice condition for its age. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air rifle the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale and delivery of this item. AI 624.
£0.00

C1927 BSA Standard Second Series .22 Underlever Air Rifle with ‘S’ prefix. AI 603. - AI 603
The serial No S36694 dates this rifle to circa: 1927 (the series were made between 1922 & 1929). A 3 hole trigger block replaced the earlier 2 hole version when serial numbers reached around S14000 towrds the end of 1922. When mention is made of the BSA the Standard No1 and Standard No2 spring to mind, but it should be remembered that BSA referred to their full length .177 and .22 air rifles as the standard. In 1907 BSA used the term ‘ordinary pattern’ to differentiate the full length .177 from the light pattern, and by 1909 the company was calling the full length rifles the standard pattern. This example is in good condition with some blueing missing to expose the nice metalwork. The wooden stock is showing minor signs of age-related wear and is the correct pre-WWII item *slight damage to the butt of the stock. The rifle has been chronographed and cocks, loads and fires as it should. See page 124 in ‘The Book of the BSA Air Rifle 1905 to 1939’ by John Milewski for reference (available on our website). The price for this piece of history includes UK delivery. AI 603.
£395.00

*RARE*NUMBER 1185 Of ONLY 1200**Westley Richards & Co Ltd 1907 Patent 2nd Variant ‘Highest Possible’ .177 Calibre Air Pistol. Sn 21856 - 21856
This is an excellent rare to find Westley Richards & Co Ltd ‘Highest Possible’ .177 Calibre Air pistol. It is the 2nd variant (1st variants had smooth horn grips and a void heart shaped section in the grip frame, see pages 245-246 0f Air Pistols by Dennis Hiller). Manufactured by Westley Richards of London, Patented in 1907 and manufactured between 1909 to late 1914, the design was patented by E. Anson, a relative of W. Anson of the well-known partnership Anson & Deeley. Westley Richards is one of the oldest surviving traditional handmade gun and rifle makers in England. Founded over 200 years ago in 1812, in Britain’s historic gun-making capital of Birmingham, This air pistol is “the key contributor of the British air pistol revolution during the early 20th century”. The quality of the pistol was such that air pistols could no longer be considered children’s toys. Prior to this, the air pistol market was dominated by importers such as Germany and the United States of America. This pistol’s serial number is 1185 only approximately 1200 were manufactured making this a scarce collectable air pistol. This pistol’s blue finish is all original. The pistol is stamped ‘WESTLEY RICHARDS “HIGHEST POSSIBLE” AIR PISTOL and ‘WESTLEY RICHARDS & Co LONDON W’ with the patent ‘PATENT 24837 1907’ on the frame are crisp. The pistol has brown chequered panel vulcanite grips which are undamaged. It has a 9 ¾ “rifled barrel and is 12 ¼” overall length. The rear sight is adjustable for elevation only and its fore sight is a blade on the fore end barrel block. The pistol’s barrel and cylinder section are released for concentric action cocking by operation of a steel sprung lever on the rear grip frame of the pistol and cocking is assisted by a small folding lever on the back of the grip frame which when folded out assists leverage during the cocking action. The pistol cocks and fires with a strong spring action. The price for this very rare sought after collectors piece includes UK delivery. Sn 21856
£1,195.00

*Excellent/Late 1930-1935 BSA Standard 4th Series .177 Air Rifle (L Prefix). 21842. - 21842
The fourth series was the final series to contain ‘L’ and ‘S’ prefixed rifles. Once more, the primary visual difference was in the stock, as BSA introduced a revised angular pattern with a much more pronounced pistol grip. Some late 4th series rifles falling into the L38000 to L40000 serial number range and dating from 1935 had features like the earliest A series, such as one hole trigger blocks. This example has its serial number ‘L38742’ has its serial number stamped lower on the trigger block, nearer to the trigger on the left-hand side of the block. Other late 4th series features are flat rather than rounded tops to the breech blocks, around the loading hole and the presence of an underlever axis pin rather than the screw that was fitted to earlier rifles (see page 120 of The Book of the BSA Air Rifle 1905 to 1939 by John Milewski – also available on our site). The metalwork retains much of its blueing with only very minor signs of age-related wear. The woodwork is excellent with a few marks which is to be expected. The walnut is in good condition and has the BSA letters carved in relief amongst the chequering on both sides *mark to right hand side*. The rifle has been chrono-graphed and cocks, loads and fires as it should. The price for this scarce rifle includes UK delivery. 21842.
£475.00

1933 B.S.A. 2nd Series Club Standard .177 Calibre Underlever Air Rifle 'CS' Prefix Serial Number. Sn 21772. - 21772
This is a B.S.A. Club Standard .177 Calibre Underlever Air Rifle. Production of the Club Special ran between 1924 - 1936 (See page 128 of ‘The Book of the BSA air rifle 1905-1939’ by John Milewski which is available separately on our website & page 29 of Hiller's book ‘The Collector's Guide to Air Rifles’). It has all original wood and metal work. The wood has knocks bumps and bruises to be expected with age and use. It measures 45 ½” overall with a 19 ½ ” barrel. Its rifled bore is clean and bright. It has a blade foresight & adjustable dial rear sight. The wrist of the wood stock has the correct chequered ‘BSA’ panels and ribbed butt with trap. The underside of the wood is impressed ’14 ¼’ (stock length in inches). The breech at the loading port is numbered ‘1’ (.177 calibre). The weapon has the 'CS' prefix serial number ‘CS 34171’ which is in the serial number range for 1933 production. The weapon’s loading and firing actions work as they should. The price includes UK delivery. 21772.
£475.00

SOLD SOLD (19/07) *Rare/Late* 1936-1939 BSA Club No4 (C Prefix) .177 Air Rifle. 21770. - 21770
In January 1936, the Club No 4’s trigger block changed from CS to a C prefix and numbering started from C1. Numbering was not concurrent with the A prefixed rifles as factory ledgers suggest, C1 left the factory on 27/01/1936 whilst AI left BSA on 07/05/1036. Just over 2500 No 4’s were made between 1935 & 1939. This is a very good B.S.A. Model No.4 Aka 'Club' .177 Calibre Underlever Air Rifle. These rifles were a follow on from the 'Club Special' model and are rare as only approx. 3,000 were made in their production run between 1936-1939 (see page 139 of The Book of the BSA Air Rifle 1905-1939 by John Milewski- available on our website). It has all original wood and metal work which is excellent, with ribbed butt and concealed trap showing very minor signs of age-related wear. The underside of the stock is impressed ’14 ¼’ (inches stock length). The wrist of the wood stock has the correct chequered panels with raised 'BSA’ motifs. It measures 43 ½” overall with a 19” barrel. It has a pinched blade foresight and adjustable rear sight. It is marked ‘1’ (.177 calibre’ above the loading port. The weapon has the correct 'C' prefix serial number 'C 1642' which dates it to 1938. The rifle loads and fires as it should (8.82 ft/lb). The price for this rare BSA air rifle includes UK delivery. 21770.
£0.00

Post War 1945- 1958, Webley Mark I, .177 Calibre Air Pistol. AI 760. - AI 760
The Webley mark 1 Air Pistol was produced between 1935 and 1964 with refinements being made to the model throughout the production period. This is a nice Post WW2 Webley Mark I Air Pistol. The pistol is stamped on the end of the cylinder with batch number "602". Diamond Knurl to the Mark I was introduced on 10th June 1939, but eventually altered to straight knurl on 13th JULY 1945. It has the correct Post WWII milled barrel section to assist grip for cocking and grips with Webley roundels. It has "Oil" with a curved arrow on the left side of the cylinder together with " The Webley Mark 1 Made in England". On the left side just below the fore sight it is stamped with ".177 MK1". The cylinder is stamped on the right side "Webley & Scott Ltd Birmingham 4" (Birmingham 4 was the Webley Pre 1958 address). It is also stamped "Webley Patents". It retains most of its original blue finish. (see pages 67-73 of Webley Air Pistols by Gordon Bruce). 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 Bill apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 760. (Bench?)
£275.00

Post 1958 Webley Senior .22 Calibre Air Pistol with Brown Grips. AI 759. - AI 759
This is a nice Webley Senior .22 Calibre Air pistol. It is undamaged with brown plastic grips *Minor wear to right hand grip near trigger*. The left side of the cylinder is stamped 'The Webley Senior Made in England' together with 'oil' and arrow indicator pointing to the oil hole located on top of the cylinder. The right side is stamped 'Webley & Scott Ltd, Birmingham and with Webley UK & International Patents'. The forward barrel block is stamped '.22' calibre & the front of the cylinder stamped with serial number '1572'. The original blueing is 85% intact. It has a blade foresight & adjustable rear sight, and it cocks and fires perfectly with a strong spring action. (The pre 1958 Birmingham area code 4 was removed post 1958 after a factory relocation, See Page 85 of Webley Air Pistols by Bruce). See images for condition. 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. AI 759.
£325.00
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