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1973-1979 B.S.A Meteor MK IV .177 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle 'NG' Prefix Serial Number. AI 818. - AI 818
Birmingham Small Arms introduced the Meteor Air rifle in both .177 & .22 calibre in 1959. MK IV rifles were produced until 1979. The small frame rifle is 41 ½”overall with an 18” barrels. This is a nice example of the MK IV Meteor in .177 Calibre. It has a light coloured wood stock *showing signs of use with numerous indentations* with grooved butt end. The metal work retains 80% of its original blueing *wear to the underside of the barrel and trigger guard*. The top of the adjustable rear rail is stamped with 'BSA Meteor' with stylised arrow logo. The rifle's serial number 'NG43457' is stamped on the underside of the barrel block. The 'NG' prefix serial number dates the rifle to between 1973 and 1979 (see page 40/44 of Collector's Guide to Air Rifles by Hiller). The top of the barrel is stamped ‘BSA Guns Ltd England’ together with ‘.177 Cal’ and BSA piled arms logo. The barrel's bore is clean with crisp rifling and it cocks and fires as it should with a strong spring action. 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 818.
£195.00

*Early Model* 1959-1962 B.S.A Mk 1 Meteor .22 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle 'T' Prefix Serial Number. AI 817. - AI 817
The BSA Meteor is a break barrel spring powered rifle first made in Birmingham, UK, in 1959 by The Birmingham Small Arms Company and the first BSA air rifle engineered to fit a telescopic sight. It is one of the world’s bestselling air weapons with over 2 million sold worldwide. Marketed as an introductory rifle for plinking, hunting and firearm training as a replacement for the BSA Cadet, it is available in .177 (4.5 mm) and .22 (5.5 mm) calibre with standard or carbine length barrels. The spring and piston are compressed by breaking the barrel through 125° before loading a pellet directly into the breach. The barrel is then returned into place and secured with a detent lock. The single-stage trigger is adjustable for pressure. The sights are metal with the front sight being able to be switched from a bead to a blade and the rear adjustable sight could switch between a "V" and "square notch". The cylinder has two shallow grooves to accept a telescopic sight *blueing worn*. The top of the barrel is stamped ‘BSA GUNS LTD ENGLAND’ followed by a BSA piled arms symbol and the air chamber is stamped ‘BSA METEOR’ to the fore of the scope grooves. The rifle is in very good condition, with a nice aged patina to the bluing. The stock is nicely aged showing minor signs of use *wear to the top of the ribbed butt*. The rifle is firing at a respectable 8.88 ft/lbs. The price includes UK postage. NB As a post 1939 Air rifle, the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale and delivery of this item. AI 817.
£295.00

1962-1966 B.S.A Meteor MK II .22 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle 'TA' Prefix Serial Number. AI 816. - AI 816
Birmingham Small Arms introduced the Meteor Air rifle in both .177 & .22 calibre in 1959. MK 1 rifles were produced until 1962 when the MK II model was introduced. MK II production continued until 1968. The small frame rifle is 41 ½” overall with an 18" barrel. This is a good example of the MK II Meteor in .22 Calibre. It has a nice light coloured wood stock only showing minor signs of use related wear with grooved butt end. The metal work is relatively undamaged 8a few marks to the underside of the barrel and trigger guard* and retains the majority of its original blueing. It has a block and blade fore sight. The top of the adjustable rear sight is stamped with the BSA piled arms logo and the top of the cylinder forward of its 2 raised scope mounts is crisply marked 'BSA Meteor' with stylised arrow logo. The rifle's serial number 'TA27204' is stamped on the underside of the barrel block. The 'TA' prefix serial number dates the rifle to between 1962 and 1966 (see page 39 of Collector's Guide to Air Rifles By Hiller). The top of the barrel is stamped ‘BSA Guns Ltd England’ together with ‘.22 Cal’ and BSA piled arms logo. The barrel's bore is clean with crisp rifling and it cocks and fires as it should with a strong spring action. 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 816.
£195.00

1959-1965, B.S.A. Airsporter MK II, .22 Calibre Under Lever Air Rifle. AI 815. - AI 815
An excellent condition B.S.A, MK II Airsporter, .22 Calibre Air Rifle. It is serial number GD24904 which dates it to between 1959-1965 (see Page 49 of Hillers Book 'A Collectors Guide to Air Rifles'). The wood stock with ribbed butt *5mm mark to the outer edge* and metal work are in very good undamaged condition *black powder paint is wearing on the rear of the cylinder and trigger guard*. The top of the barrel is grooved for telescopic sight. It has a fore sight and flip up rear sight. The top of the barrel is crisply stamped with 'B.S.A. Guns Ltd, England, .22 Cal' and with the B.S.A 'stacked rifles' logo. It is under lever cocking. It has a clean bore with crisp rifling and the loading and firing action works perfectly. 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 815.
£475.00

1958-1959 First Model .22 MKI Airsporter with ‘GC’ Prefix. AI 814. - AI 814
The first models of the BSA Airsporter model, not grooved for telescopic sights. It has a an automatic tap port opening as the underlever is pulled down. The top of the cylinder is etched ‘The Birmingham Small Arms Co Ltd-Airsporter .22 Rifle-Made in England’. The serial is in front of the trigger ‘GC1152’. According to a 1958 Parker-Hale catalogue the loss of equipment and essential tools during WWII lead to a complete re-design of the BSA range. The beech stock has some age/use related wear and is missing a small piece near the hand grip. It has shrouded fore sight and an adjustable rear. The metalwork retains 80% of its blueing and the rear of the cylinder and trigger guard are missing some black powder paint. (see Page 48 of Hillers Book 'A Collectors Guide to Air Rifles'). The rifle is 44” overall length. It is under lever cocking and the barrel's bore is clean with crisp rifling it cocks and fires as it should with a strong spring action firing at 7.15 ft/lbs. 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 814.
£475.00

*Early* 1947-1949 Webley ‘Series 1’ MARK 3 .177 Calibre Under Lever, Air Rifle. AI 812. - AI 812
The Webley Mark 3 was introduced in 1946 and production finished around 1975 (See Pages 237 of Hiller's Book 'A Collectors Guide to Air Rifles'). The woodwork and metal work of this example are in nice condition with some scuffs and scatches to the left side of the stock. It has an 18 ¼” rifled barrel and measures 43" overall. It has a block and blade foresight and adjustable rear sight. The wood stock is inlaid with 'Webley' disc. The top of the air chamber is correctly marked with the Webley name and Birmingham address together with 'The Webley Mark 3' model detail (illustrated). The loading port is marked with '.177' calibre detail. It is under lever cocking & has an adjustable rear Target sight. The rifle is serial number '840' (Hiller's book has number illustrated which he describes as being made between 1947-1949. The loading and firing actions work perfectly. Price includes UK delivery for this very early first series rifle. NB as a post 1939 Air Weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act with regards to sale and delivery of this weapon apply. AI 812.
£475.00

1990-2004 BSA Superstar .22 Air Rifle & Scope. AI 811. - AI 811
The Superstar was launched in 1990 and was another British response to the German HW77, which by then, had its feet firmly under the table as the rifle to own if you were serious about spring guns. This new underlever borrowed some parts from the BSA Supersport, but in reality they really were a world apart. The Superstar featured a rotary breech to improve accuracy. Production of the Superstar ended in 2004. The stock is a walnut stained European beech with a chequered grip and raised Monte-Carlo cheek piece which is showing a number of age related marks and is fitted with a rubber recoil pad. The metalwork has wear to the trigger guard, barrel and cylinder. The trigger is a two-stage metal blade, adjustable for pressure and it has adjustable rear V and plastic fore sights. The top of the cylinder has a telescopic sight rail. It has a ramp blade shrouded foresight and adjustable rear sight. It's cocking and firing mechanism works with a strong spring action. The rifle is fitted with a 3-9x50 Telescopic Sight. The serial No is RH 11113 which dates the gun to between 1990-2004. Overall length: 42.5”, Barrel: 18.5”. 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 10.94 ft/lbs. 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 811.
£325.00

*Early* Original Model 50 .22 Air Rifle and 3-9x40 Scope. AI 810. - AI 810
‘Original’ or ‘Diana’ are trade names of the firm of Mayer and Grammelspacher, Rastatt in Germany. True to the Teutonic ideal, Original air rifles follow the lines of the larger, full-bore rifles of the day and the Original 50 model is no exception; it’s large! It Gives the impression and feel of a quality built rifle. Production began back in the 1953 and did not stop until the 80s; so, a long heritage and production standards were always kept to a high standard. If it is right, it’s right. The overall design changed very little over that course, just a few tweaks and a power increase. A small button on the lever’s end is depressed and it unlocks the lever to allow a downward cocking motion of the spring powered piston that has the traditional leather washer seal, not synthetic. It cocks the trigger with a distinct click. With a Schnabel for end and chequered grips puts this is an earlier model. The wood has a nice grain which is inly showing minor signs of use. The metalwork is virtually unmarked. the barrel's bore is clean with crisp rifling and it cocks and fires as it should with a strong spring action firing at 6.77 ft/lbs. 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 810.
£395.00

BSA Meteor MKIV (1974-1978) .22 Air Rifle. AI 809. - AI 809
Birmingham Small Arms introduced the Meteor Air rifle in both .177 & .22 calibre in 1977. MK V rifles were produced until 1994. The small frame rifle is 41 ½” overall with an 18 ½ " barrel. This is a very good example of the MK IV Meteor in .177 Calibre. It has a light coloured wood stock with grooved butt end. The metal work appears to have been re-blued and has some use related scratches. The top of the adjustable rear rail is stamped with 'BSA Meteor'. The rifle's serial number 'TG8550' is stamped on the underside of the barrel block. The 'TG' prefix serial number dates the rifle to between 1974 and 1978 (see page 44 of Collector's Guide to Air Rifles By Hiller). It has a shrouded foresight and adjustable rear sight *visible repair*. The top of the barrel is stamped ‘BSA Guns Ltd England’ together with ‘.22 Cal’ and BSA piled arms logo. The barrel's bore is clean with crisp rifling and it cocks and fires as it should with a strong spring action firing at 8.6 ft/lbs. 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 809.
£225.00

BSA Mercury MkII (1974-1978).177 Air Rifle and BSA 4x20 Scope. AI 808. - AI 808
The BSA Mercury is a break barrel, spring powered, Air Rifle first produced in 1972 by the Birmingham Small Arms Company and then Gamo (UK) Limited. It was manufactured in .177 (4.5 mm) .22 (5.5 mm) and .25 (6.35 mm), the latter named the "635 Magnum". The Mercury was marketed between the BSA Meteor and Air Sporter models and was a light, easy to use rifle, giving a "just under legal limit UK power" of 11.5 ft/lb (15.6 J) of energy. Rifle Length: 104 cm. Barrel Length: 47 cm. Weight: 3 kg. BSA MERCURY is printed on the top of the cylinder. BSA Guns England Cal .177 is printed on the barrel, and the serial No – WB 1896 (which dates the rifle between 1974 & 1978) is printed beneath the barrel. The blueing on the barrel and cylinder is in good condition. The black cap at the end of the cylinder has some use related marks. The rifle comes with a 4x20 Sussex Armoury Scope and rail mount. The rifle cocks, loads and fires with a nice tight action (4.61 ft/lbs). The stock has a nice beech stock and has the odd age related mark. 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 808.
£295.00
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