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German Made Walther CP 88 CO2 .177 Air Pistol. AI 791. - AI 791
The Walther CP 88 is a sport and training pistol that shoots pellets using compressed CO2 according to the principle of an air gun. The design of the gun is borrowed from the widely used pistol Walther P88. It is manufactured by Umarex. The CO2 is contained in a disposable gas cartridge of 12 grams, which is inserted into the handle of the weapon. As with most gas-powered weapons, 4.5 mm (.177) pellets are fired, which are stored in an 8-round cylinder (rotary magazine). Because the CP 88 is professionally equipped, it has a manually operated firing pin safety, a trigger safety when the bolt is open and an automatic drop safety. This used example comes with 1 rotary magazine and is in very good condition, only showing minor signs of usage (see pictures). The price includes UK delivery. NB The restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 791.
£185.00

C1905 ‘Dolla Air ‘Variant IV’ Air Pistol. AI 790. - AI 790
The Langenhan enterprise was founded in 1842 by Valentin Friedrich Langenhan (1819-1886) with his father Johann Gottlieb Langenhan (1791-1883). In 1861 they took over an old hammer mill in Zella-St. Blasii, Thuringia, where they manufactured tools, lock work, gun barrels, and other parts for weapons. Early on, the company began to manufacture revolvers and, in 1873, developed and produced the Sachsenrevolver for use by the Saxony cavalry. An 1864 advertisement lists the company name and location as “Freidrich Langenhan, Zella by Gotha,” and states it is a “factory in guns, cast steel barrels, and especially all types of revolvers.” An 1873 advertisement in the Handbook of Industry gives the name of the company as Gewehr-Fabrik von Friedrich Langenhan (gun factory of Friedrich Langenhan) of Zella in Thuringia, “offering luxury rifles, revolvers, pistols according to all the latest systems, as well as all articles in the [firearms] field, quality guaranteed. Friedrich’s son, Ernst Hermann Langenhan (1859-1929), took over the company in 1885, only a few years after the death of his grandfather, and a year before the death of his father, and ran it until his own death in 1929. It has an oval trigger guard aperture and they all have a locating notch along the lower rear seam of the grip. However, the second, or forward, pivot pin that is visible on the second variant is now hidden inside the grip. It retains a kidney shaped grip. However it loses the convex front edge. The pistol has been tested and fires as it should. The price includes UK delivery. AI 790.
£195.00

Crosman ‘Model 1322 Medallist’ .22 Air Pistol. 19694. - 19694
The Crosman model 1322 Medallist .22 Calibre Pellet Air Pistol is a single-shot, bolt-action loading, pneumatic pump-action .22-caliber air pistol, featuring a button-rifled 10.1-in. (256 mm) steel barrel and chequered plastic grips. The 1322 was introduced in 1977 by Crosman as a general-purpose air pistol for target practice and small game hunting. It was in production, in three separate manufacturing versions, until 2004, when it was discontinued from sale in the U.S.A. In 2012 the gun has been reintroduced by Crosman. The pistol's integral pump lever mechanism is located underneath the barrel, integral to the forearm. This pump lever is cycled a variable number of times (up to a maximum of ten strokes) to store increasingly pressurized air in a chamber. When the trigger is activated, an air valve transfers the pressurised air into a transfer port integral to the breech, discharging the pellet from the barrel. According to the manufacturer, a maximum velocity of up to 440 ft/s (130 m/s) was achievable with ten pump strokes, using standard 14.3-grain .22 pellets. The Model 1322 features fully adjustable square notch rear and front fixed blade sights. Serial No 279004445, this Crosman Model 1322 Medallist is in very good condition, only showing signs of wear on the trigger guard. The pistol comes with the original box *top only. It comes with the original telescopic sight mount. 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. 19694.
£175.00

*Very Scarce* As found 1950’s ‘Portable Webley Shop/Retailers Component Parts Box’ Containing Unused Parts for the Webley Senior, Mark I & Junior Air Pistols. 19730. - 19730
A special container for air pistol components was introduced during the 1950’s. It enabled retailers to stock a comprehensive selection of official Webley spare parts and thus avoided the necessity for customers being referred to the manufacturers for replacement that may be required. Diagrams and lists of the various components together with their identifying part numbers were inside the lid for easy reference. This is an original as found 1950’s Webley shop or retailers component parts box containing hundreds of used and unused spares such as: Stock screws, Long links, Cup washers, Sear pins, Barrel catch stop screws, Sear trigger guard pins, main springs, spring guides, pistons, Top catches, pre 1939 black/brown grips, trigger springs, sight screws and washers and as you can see, many many more. See page 199 of ‘Webley Air Pistols’ by Gordon Bruce. See pictures for condition etc. *Please note that a small number of the boxes are empty. A very rare find that would complement any collectors armoury. The price includes UK delivery. 19730. (Armoury)
£575.00

1955 – 1962 Cadet Major .177 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle,‘CC’ prefix serial number. AI 788. - AI 788
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 : CC01286 which dates the gun between 1955 and 1962. The wooden stock is in excellent condition and looks to have been restored to a deep shine ‘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 788.
£195.00

1962 – 1966 B.S.A. Meteor MKII .22 ‘TA’ Prefix Air Rifle with Original B.S.A. Scope. AI 786. - AI 786
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” barrels. The cylinder has two shallow grooves to accept a telescopic sight. 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 between the scope grooves. This is a very nice example of the MK II Meteor in .22 Calibre. It has a medium coloured wooden stock, showing signs of age related to the underside of the stock and the butt end. The metal work retains 90% of its original blueing, showing signs of use related wear to the barrel and cylinder. 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 two raised scope mounts is crisply marked 'BSA Meteor' with stylised arrow logo. It comes with its original B.S.A. telescopic sight which is in good condition. The rifle's serial number ‘TA22958' 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 at 7.05 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 786.
£195.00

*Very Nice* 1959-1962 B.S.A. Meteor MKI .22 ‘T’ Prefix Air Rifle with Original B.S.A. Scope. AI 785. - AI 785
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” barrels. The cylinder has two shallow grooves to accept a telescopic sight. 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 between the scope grooves. This is a very nice example of the MK I Meteor in .22 Calibre. It has a light coloured wooden stock, showing very minor signs of age related to the underside of the stock. The metal work retains 98% of its original blueing, only showing minimal signs of use related wear. 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 two raised scope mounts is crisply marked 'BSA Meteor' with stylised arrow logo. It comes with its original B.S.A. telescopic sight which is in as equally good condition. The rifle's serial number ‘T53276' is stamped on the underside of the barrel block. The 'T' prefix serial number dates the rifle to between 1959 and 1962 (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 at 9.08 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 785.
£275.00

BSA Mercury MkII (1974-1978).22 Air Rifle and Webley 4x15 Scope. AI 784 - AI 784
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 11 ft/lbs 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 – ZB 13028 (which dates the rifle between 1974 & 1978) is printed beneath the barrel. The blueing on the barrel and cylinder is in good condition and has some minor use related marks. The rifle has a shrouded blade fore sight and adjustable rear sight. The rifle comes with an original and Webley 4x15 Scope and rail mount *wear to the screws*. The rifle cocks, loads and fires with a nice tight action (9.47 ft/lbs). The stock is beech and has the odd age related mark to the front and rear. 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 784
£275.00

1962-1966 B.S.A. Meteor MKII .22 Air Rifle with TA Prefix. AI 783. - AI 783
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 very nice example of the MK II Meteor in .22 Calibre. It has a light coloured wooden stock, showing minor signs of age related us with agrooved butt end *small chip*. The metal work retains 90% of its original blueing, showing signs of wear especially on the barrel. 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 ‘TA 12819' 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 at 9.08 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 783.
£175.00

1979-1983 BSA Airsporter ‘S’ .22 Calibre Under Lever Air Rifle With ‘GM’ Prefix Serial Number. AI 781 - AI 788
The BSA Airsporter S was introduced in 1979. GM prefix serial numbers denote March 1983. .22 calibre (see page 59 of The Collector’s Guide To Air Rifles By Hiller). This is an example of the ‘Deluxe Version’ Airsporter S in .22 calibre with increased power. The rifle measures 45” overall with a 19 ½” barrel. The rifle has a walnut stock showing some minor indentations to the underside, but nothing major with contoured cheek. The stock has finely chequered wrist panels for grip and is fitted with a rubber recoil pad the end of which bears the BSA piled arms logo. The weapon's barrel is stamped 'BSA Guns Ltd England .22 Cal' also with the BSA piled arms logo. The left side of the barrel is stamped with the correct GM prefix serial number 'GM 04667'which dates the rifle between 1979 & 1983. The bore is rifled; the barrel’s bore is clean. The top of the air cylinder has the correct marking ‘BSA Airsporter S’. The weapon's metal work appears to have been re-blued, the cylinder end cap has been polished and the rifle has use related scratches to the barrel and cylinder. The weapon loads and fires perfectly crisply t 8.53 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 781.
£275.00
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