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1947-1951, B.S.A Cadet .177 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle,‘BA’ prefix serial number. AI 716 - AI 716
This is a B.S.A Cadet .177 Calibre Air Rifle. BSA was responsible for the production of over 50% of all British small arms produced during WWII. In 1945 they decided to increase their air rifle production, and introduce their new Cadet air rifle. The Cadet when new, was capable of putting out 8ft/lb and was advertised as being able to take rabbits out to 50 yds. The rifle was popular amongst young adults and adults alike. This Cadet has a ‘BA’ prefix serial number ‘BA82130’ which dates it to between 1947-1951 (see Page 34 of Hiller’s Book 'The Collectors Guide to Air Rifles'). The woodwork is showing signs of age related use, and there is evidence of a repair to the top of the butt. The metalwork has a nice patina, with small marks to the rear of the cylinder and the underside of the barrel. It has a 15" clean rifled barrel and measures 37 ½” overall. It has a winged blade fore sight and fixed rear sight. The stock is crisply impressed with the BSA Legend (illustrated). 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 716.
£225.00

*Early Model* 1959-1962 B.S.A Meteor Mk 1 .22 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle 'T' Prefix Serial Number. AI 715 - AI 715
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. 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, with only a few age related marks to the barrel. The stock is nicely aged showing signs of use *Butt end underside is showing signs of wear*. The rifle is firing at a respectable 7.81 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 715.
£375.00

*Early Model* 1959-1962 B.S.A Mk 1 Meteor .22 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle 'T' Prefix Serial Number. AI 713. - AI 713
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. 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 signs of use *showing stable hairline cracks near the trigger*. The rifle is firing at a respectable 6.47 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 713.
£325.00

**RARE**Cased, Victorian E.M. Reilly & Co, London ‘AA’ Calibre (1cm Muzzle Diameter) Air Cane With Original Pump, Cocking/ Firing Key & No.140 WD Marked Bullet Mould. Sn 19326 - 19326
Edward Michael Reilly produced air guns and air canes in the mid-19th century, first with his father and then independently, and was "overdone with orders" after exhibiting at the Great Exhibition in 1851 and publishing "A Treatise on Air Guns, and Other Air Weapons" around 1850. This is a rare, cased, Air Cane by Reilly & Co. Made of brass & steel it unscrews into 2 sections and when assembled measures 38 ¼”overall. The barrel section has a clean bore with crisp rifling (1cm diameter barrel opening approx. AA bore). The barrel section features a tiny blade foresight and 'V' notch steel rear sight. It is air charged by means of its steel and brass air pump and cocked / fired by means of a steel winged key which is inserted into the underside of the rifle. The original pump and cocking key are present. The cane has a screw off polished horn handle. There are no visible manufacturer or date marks on the cane or pump. The weapon is in fully working order and is contained in its original wooden case. The case has brass lock with key and brass carry handle which folds flat into a recessed brass plate on the lid. The case is lined in felt and the inside of the lid has its original paper trade label bearing the Reilly & Co, manufacturer’s detail (illustrated). The inside of the box is contoured to fit the dismantled Air Cane and a steel bullet mould which is marked ‘WD’ (War Dept) and ‘No.140’. The price for this rare, desirable, cased Victorian Air cane includes UK delivery. Sn 19326
£1,675.00

1946-1947, B.S.A Cadet .177 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle. AI 703. - AI 703
This is a B.S.A Cadet .177 Calibre Air Rifle. It has a ‘B’ prefix serial number ‘B28408’ which dates it to between 1946-1947 (see Page 34 of Hiller’s Book 'The Collectors Guide to Air Rifles'). The woodwork is in excellent condition and the metal retains the majority of its original finish. It has a 15" clean rifled barrel and measures 37 ½” overall. It has a winged blade fore sight and fixed rear sight. The stock is crisply impressed with the BSA Legend. 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 703
£195.00

An "ORIGINAL" Model 50E .22 Air Rifle AI 702 - AI 702
A German ''Original'' model 50E .22 cal. underlever action air rifle, with 'Tap Loader', adjustable V and bead sight, no serial number, fitted with unmarked plain wooden stock and plastic butt plate. The rifle is 45 inches overall, shrouded front sight, adjustable rear sight and three quarter length stock, 45 " long. The model 50 is an underlever spring-piston air rifle that came in both .177 and .22 calibres, with the .22 not being as common, since the 50 was seen as a target gun and Europeans were already using .177 calibres for that. Maybe .22 was a nod toward marketing Americans, with whom the larger calibre was much more favoured. The 50e was made between 1952 and 1965. The rifle retains around 50%of its original blueing. The butt plate and trigger guard have age related marks. Made in Germany and ‘Original Mod 50e’ is marked to the cylinder.The rifle cocks, loads and fires with a nice tight 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 702.
£295.00

Crosman ‘2250B’(Ratcatcher) C02 powered .22 Air Rifle. AI 700 - AI 700
Crosman Corporation is an American designer, manufacturer and supplier of shooting sport products, with a long-standing presence in airgun design and a tradition of producing pellet and BB guns. Crosman is also a producer of many varieties of airgun and airsoft ammunition and CO2 Power let cartridges. In addition, Crosman sells branded, licensed products as well as a variety of airsoft guns. The 2250B is a Single shot pellet rifle with Bolt action cocking. It has an ABS stock & forehand. Its Weight is: 1.53kg, and is 79cm in length including moderator. The breech block has a polished effect. It has a Manual safety and the barrel is fully rifled. The stock is free from any damage and has ‘Model 1399 Custom Stock’ and ‘Crosman Airguns E.Bloomfield , N.Y’ on the stock. This example comes with a Hawke 4x20 scope with dust caps. Overall a nice rifle for the collection. The price for this sought after air rifle 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 700.
£145.00

Crosman ‘2250 xl’ C02 powered .177 Air Rifle. AI 699 - AI 699
Crosman Corporation is an American designer, manufacturer and supplier of shooting sport products, with a long-standing presence in airgun design and a tradition of producing pellet and BB guns. Crosman is also a producer of many varieties of airgun and airsoft ammunition and CO2 Power let cartridges. In addition, Crosman sells branded, licensed products as well as a variety of airsoft guns. The 2250 xl is a Single shot pellet rifle with Bolt action cocking. It has an ABS stock & forehand. Its Weight is: 3.6lbs, and is 96cm in length including silencer. It has a Manual safety and the barrel is fully rifled. This example has been chronographed and shoots at a respectable 8.30 ft/lbs. The stock is free from any damage and has ‘Model 1399 Custom Stock’ and ‘Crosman Airguns E.Bloomfield , N.Y’ on the stock. There are minor marks on the trigger guard and barrel. Overall a nice rifle for the collection. The price for this sought after air rifle 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 699.
£145.00

*Powerful* (11.11 ft/lbs) Browning Phoenix Elite .177 Air Rifle. AI 698 - AI 698
John Moses Browning was born in 1855 in Ogden, Utah, and spent a great deal of his growing up years at this father's side in his father’s store and gun repair shop. In 1878, with encouragement of his father, he designed and began production on what he felt was a superior single shot rifle. He was right. And after a production run of about 600 rifles he was sought out by Winchester Repeating Arms and soon his ingenious falling block rifle became the 1885 Winchester. This began a string of legendary products he licensed to Winchester including the Model 1886, Model 1892, 1887 shotgun, Model 94 and Theodore Roosevelt’s favourite, the 1895. There were many, many more of his creations that became Winchesters. The rifle has a synthetic ergonomic-formed stock and grip with soft pads. The Phoenix air gun is equipped with a Browning fibre optic sight and a removable milled 11mm long dovetail rail with an additional metal stop which houses a ‘3-9x40’ scope. It has an adjustable trigger and a rifled barrel. Weighing 3.6kgs and 45 inches in length. The rifle has an adjustable shoulder pad and a factory fitted silencer with internal baffles with a slim line profile which also doubles as a cocking aid. The barrel and cylinder are showing small signs of wear. To the left of the barrel is stamped with ‘Phoenix Elite’ and ‘MC005936’. The rifle cocks, loads and fires with a nice tight 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 698.
£175.00

Boxed, Pre 1958, Webley Senior .177 Calibre Air Pistol With Brown Grips. 19259:11. - 19259:11
This is a very good Webley Senior .177 Calibre Air pistol. It is undamaged with brown plastic grips. 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 4' and 'Webley Patents' (The pre 1958 Birmingham area code 4 was removed post 1958 after a factory relocation, see Page 85 of Webley Air Pistols by Bruce). The forward barrel block is stamped '.177' calibre & the front of the cylinder stamped with serial or batch number '1828'. Its rifled bore is clean. It has a blade foresight & adjustable rear sight. The pistol cocks and fires crisply. The pistol is contained in its original Webley cardboard box with Pre 1958 Birmingham 4 address, Webley labelling & imagery. Original 'instructions for use' are adhered to the inside of the lid. The pistol has a few age related marks to the barrel and cylinder. The grips are near perfect. 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. 19259:11.
£275.00
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