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1992-2001 B.S.A. Airsporter Stutzen RB2*11.22 ft/lbs* Rotary Breech Under Lever .22 Calibre Air Rifle With ‘WR’ Prefix Serial Number. AI 658 - AI 658
The BSA Airsporter RB2 rotary breech (RB) Stutzen air rifle was introduced in 1992 and production continued until 2001. These air rifles had an innovative rotary breech with plastic thumb catch. These rifles are considered rare in the collector’s market. This is an excellent example of the RB2 Airsporter stutzen .22 Calibre air rifle. It has an undamaged walnut stock with BSA piled arms logo rubber recoil pad and figured cheek piece .It has a 13" barrel and measures 44 ½ " overall. The metal work retains its original blue finish, with age related marks at the front of the cylinder.Th wooden stock is original and showing signs of age related wear. The left side of the barrel has serial number 'WR 0124C'. The barrel also has manufacturer and calibre detail (illustrated). The top of the cylinder has a telescopic sight rail. It has a ramp blade foresight and adjustable rear sight. It's cocking and firing mechanism works with a strong spring action, shooting near to the legal limit at 11.22 ft/lbs. 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 658.
£395.00

1969-1971 B.S.A. Airsporter MK IV .22 Calibre, Under Lever Air Rifle With 'GI' Prefix Serial Number. AI 664. - AI 664
The BSA AirSporter was an underlever spring powered Air Rifle first produced in 1948, [1] by the Birmingham Small Arms Company and remained more or less unchanged until 1962 when the Mk2 was produced. The Mk1 had a one-piece barrel and receiver assembly with a leather piston washer, while all other marks had a screw-in barrel with most having a PTFE piston and breach seal, giving a "legal UK power" of 10 ft•lbf (14.2 J) of energy. Manufactured in .177 (4.5 mm) and .22 (5.5 mm) and marketed above the BSA Meteor and Mercury, it came in seven different marks plus another three for the "S" model, a special edition Stutzen style with a full-length stock and a "Centenary" model marking 100 years of BSA piled arms. An excellent condition MK IV B.S.A Airsporter .22 Calibre Air Rifle. It’s serial number is ‘GI 10177’ which dates it to between 1969 and 1971 (see page 52 of Hillers Book 'A Collectors Guide to Air Rifles'). The metal work is all original, showing a few signs of use. The wooden stock has a full grain and the stock has a hand carved Golden Eagles head to the left hand side making it rare and very unique. It is under lever cocking and the top of the air cylinder has the correct 2 continuous grooves for telescopic sight which carries a scope. The top of the barrel has BSA Airsporter. 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 664.
£375.00

German Weihrauch HW35K (Carbine) .177 *Powerful 11.11 ft/lb* Calibre Break Action Air Rifle With BSA 4x20 Telescopic Sight. AI 663. - AI 663
The Weihrauch name has been associated with solid build quality and reliability for many years. Weihrauch’s range of solid, accurate springers have been a popular choice for airgunners. The HW 35 was introduced in the early 1950s and production continued into the modern era. This is Weihrauch HW35 is in .177 calibre. The rifle has a 19 ½” barrel and original ‘attractive’ wood with figured cheek piece and rubber shoulder recoil pad. The metal work retains its original blueing which has light blemishes and wear consistent with field use. The rifle is fitted with sling swivels ready for a carrying sling. It has a shrouded target fore sight, adjustable rear sight & is fitted with a BSA 4x20 Telescopic Sight. The optics are excellent. The barrel block is marked with model and calibre detail (illustrated in image 2) and features the correct barrel locking lever. The rifles serial number can’t be located. The air rifle cocks loads and fires with a nice tight action. The rifle has been chronographed and fires at 11.11 ft/lb which is very close to the legal limit for air rifles. 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. AI 663
£350.00

BSA Cadet Major Air Rifle .177 Post War 1955-1957. AI 662. - AI 662
A nice BSA (Birmingham Small Arms) Cadet Major air rifle in .177. Dimensions, overall length:42”. Stock length: 684mm. Barrel length: 468mm. Weight:2.5kg. Earlier stocks on both models had a cross grain strengthener in the grip and the rear trigger guard screw held the action to the stock, sometime around 1948 this changed to a more traditional locking stock bolt. The Major comes with an adjustable rear sight. See ‘The Collectors Guide To Air Rifles’ pages 35-38 by Dennis.E.Hillier. This example is still retains its original blueing. The serial number is printed on the left hand side at the very rear of the cylinder : CC03430 which dates the gun between 1955 and 1957. The wooden stock is in excellent condition for its age, only showing some signs of use/wear. ‘The Birmingham Small Arms Co Ltd – Cadet Major .177 Air Rifle- Made in England’ with the BSA legend which is marked on top of the cylinder. A lovely gun for the collector. The loading and firing actions work as they should. 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 662.
£245.00

German Oscar Will ‘Tell’ .177 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle.19124. - 19124
This is an excellent early original example of the Tell air rifle made C1910-39 by the German manufacturer Oscar Will (see pages 153,185 & 206 of Hiller’s book ‘The Collectors Guide To Air Rifles’) . It has its original wood stock with steel butt plate and its original blue finish has even patina. Its 17 ½” round barrel is stepped to octagonal near to the breech. It has an adjustable trigger and is fitted with blade fore sight and fixed ‘v’ notch plate rear sight. It measures 43 ½ ” overall. The top of the barrel is marked with the ‘Tell’ signature. The underside of the barrel is numbered ‘319’ & the underside of the cylinder has matching number. The rifle’s loading and firing actions work as they should. The price includes UK delivery. 19124.
£295.00

An Early 1906 ‘H The Lincoln Air Rifle Patent’.177. Air Rifle. 19125. - 19125
BSA obtained ‘Lincoln Jeffries’ patent rights in 1912 and subsequent models from here on referred to BSA rather than Lincoln Jeffries Patent No 8761/04. An antique Lincoln Jeffries .177 'H-The Lincoln Air Rifle Patent'. Serial No.4902. (January 1906). This is the early style cast iron trigger guard and early type loading tap. Stock stamped "Lincoln Jeffries Inventor and Patentee" with the LJ trademark. This has the ‘wrap around’ style of chequering on its straight hand stock, which is especially eye catching. The serial number 4902 is stamped on the left side of the trigger block. The blocks could be obtained as replacements and consequently un-numbered blocks have been encountered. This first pattern of underlever had a ‘ducks bill’ or ‘bayonet profile’ which is very distinctive. The stock is in good condition for its age and is obviously showing signs of use with a slight repair to the left hand side, stamped with ‘LJ Reg’d Trade Mark’ (A standing shooter) ‘Lincoln Jeffries Inventor & Patentee’. A full write up of all Lincoln Jeffries and early BSA rifles can be found in ‘The Book of the BSA Air Rifle 1905-1939’BY John Milewski. (See our website). The rifle's under lever cocking and firing actions work crisply. A real piece of history and a must for the collector. *Gun only. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air Rifle the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act regarding sale and delivery apply to this item. 19125.
£395.00

‘Webley MARK 3 .22 Calibre Under Lever, Air Rifle. AI 658 - AI 658
The Webley Mark III had a very long production life, being launched in 1946 and remaining in production until 1975. (See Pages 244 of Hiller's Book 'A Collectors Guide to Air Rifles').The standard of workmanship and the sheer engineering excellence that went into these rifles is astounding for what was essentially a garden gun that made about 8ftlb, with this actual example being 10.05 ftlb. There are no pressed steel pieces on the Mark III – everything was turned out of solid steel, even the trigger blade. This rifle has a beautiful Walnut stock which is in near perfect condition for its age. The blueing is excellent apart from the end of the barrel which is showing signs of wear. It comes with adjustable ‘V’ sights and this one has a ‘4 x32’ telescopic sight attached. There is a ‘W’ etched into the barrel pivot, which should polish out. The rifle cocks, loads and fires with a nice tight action. The stock is a stunning Walnut 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 658.
£375.00

*’Webley & Scott – Victor’ Air Rifle .22 AI 657. - AI 657
The ‘Victor’ was announced by ‘Webley’ in 1981 marketed to the ‘newcomer’ to the sport. It has a shorter Beech stock than the ‘Vulcan’ and features a rifled steel barrel and micro-adjustable rear sight and hooded foresight and plastic butt plate. Its overall length is 40 ¾ inches and the barrel is 17 ¼ inches and weighs just over 3kg. The centre of the air cylinder is stamped ‘Webley Victor’. The top of the breech block is inscribed ‘Webley & Scott Ltd Birmingham England’. The serial number is ‘791274’. The bluing on the cylinder is near perfect, the barrel is showing signs of use. The stock is near perfect apart from a small nick to the top. See page 129 of ‘Webley Air Rifles 1925-2005’ by Christopher Thrale. A lovely air rifle for the collector. 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 657.
£195.00

*MKII BSA Mercury Air Rifle .22. AI 656. - AI 656
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 .22 is printed on the barrel, and the serial No – D S 06184 is printed beneath the barrel. The blueing on the barrel and cylinder is in good condition. The black metal at the end of the cylinder and the trigger guard have some age related marks. The rifle has a shrouded blade fore sight and adjustable rear sight. The rifle cocks, loads and fires with a nice tight action. The stock has a chequered grip 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 656.
£295.00

**Rare** Original. Westley Richards – ‘Highest Possible’ .177 Air Pistol. 19127. - 19127
Westley Richards patented their 'Highest Possible' Air Pistol in 1907. They were marketed between 1909 & 1914 (see page 584 of The Blue Book Of Airguns By Beeman & Allen). This is a rare to find fully functioning example in excellent condition with blue finish. It has finely chequered black bakelite grips. The pistol's cocking mechanism with sprung release lever in the grip strap is nice & strong & it shoots as it should. It has a 9" rifled barrel (11 ½” overall). The left side of the cylinder is crisply marked ' Westley Richards 'Highest Possible Air Pistol'. The left hand body is also marked ‘Westley Richards & Co London W’ and ‘Patent 24837’ ‘1907’. A very rare collectors piece. Price includes UK delivery. 19127.
£1,250.00
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