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Boxed, BSA Airsporter ‘S’ Stutzen ‘BSA Piled Arms Centenary 1982 One Of One Thousand’ .177 Calibre Under Lever Commemorative Air Rifle Number C0852 With Correct Centenary BSA 4x40 Telescopic Sight, Certificate Of Issue & Centenary Leather Carry Case. - 19 - 19590
During the Game Fair of 1982 held at Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire BSA launched a centenary air rifle to commemorate the now famous ‘piled arms’ trademark of BSA (although the Company was established in 1861 it was not until 1882 that the trademark was introduced). Based on the Airsporter S with a new ¾ length stutzen stock the centenary air rifles were produced in a strict production number of 1,000 rifles. Serial numbers of these rifles ran from C0001 to C1000. Accessories that accompanied these rifles included a 4x40 magnification telescopic sight & padded leather case (see page 59 of The Collector’s Guide To Air Rifles By Hiller). This is an excellent example of the centenary edition set in .177 calibre. The rifle measures 45” overall with a 19 ½” barrel. The rifle has an undamaged ¾ stutzen walnut stock with contoured cheek piece and rosewood fore end cap. The stock has a finely chequered wrist and fore stock panels for grip and is fitted with sling swivel lugs & a rubber recoil pad the end of which bears the BSA stacked rifles logo. The weapon's barrel is stamped 'BSA Guns England .177 Cal' also with the BSA stacked rifles logo. The left side of the barrel is stamped with the correct limited edition serial number 'CO852'. It has a ramp blade fore sight, adjustable rear sight & telescopic sight grooves. The top of the air cylinder has the correct commemorative script highlighted in gold ‘BSA Piled Arms Centenary 1982 One Of One Thousand’. The weapon's metal work is in excellent undamaged condition and retains all of its original finish. The weapon loads and fires with a strong spring action. It is complete with its original BSA Centenary cardboard box with BSA labelling & Centenary edition accessories consisting of its BSA 4x40 telescopic sight marked with BSA and magnification detail (the optics of the sight are excellent and the lenses are fitted with removable see through protector covers), limited edition certificate of issue numbered ‘CO852’ & padded leather carry case with shoulder strap and carry handle (one carry handle is absent). The case is clean and undamaged & has the correct BSA centenary ink stamp. In the box is the rifles telescopic sight box, original factory test label, illustrated parts / instructions leaflets, BSA centenary bottle of oil and cleaning rod. The price for this limited edition BSA centenary set 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. Sn 19590.
£1,275.00

1969-1973 B.S.A Super Meteor .22 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle 'TE' Prefix Serial Number. Sn 10791. - 10791
Birmingham Small Arms introduced the Super Meteor Air rifle in 1966. The small frame rifle is 42" overall with a 18 ½ " barrel. This is an excellent example in .22 Calibre. It has an undamaged wood stock with grooved butt end. The wood has just a couple of light scuffs. The metal work is undamaged and retains most of its original blueing there are a few light scratches on the cylinder and usage wear to the finish at the left side of the barrel block. It has a block and blade fore sight and adjustable target rear sight. The top of the cylinder forward of its 2 scope grooves is crisply marked 'BSA Meteor'. The rifle's serial number 'TE70781' is stamped on the underside of the barrel block. The 'TE' prefix serial number dates the rifle to between 1969 and 1973 (See page 44 of The Collector's Guide to Air Rifles By Hiller). The barrel's bore is clean with crisp rifling and it cocks and fires as it should with a strong spring action (10.86 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. Sn 10791.
£295.00

*As New/Powerful 11.25 ft/lbs* Weihrauch HW35 .22 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle with Walther 3-9x44 Telescopic Sight. AI 741. - AI 741
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 air gunners. The HW 35 was introduced in the early 1950s and production continued into the modern era. This is Weihrauch HW35 is in .22 calibre. The rifle has a 19 ½” barrel and original undamaged hardwood with figured cheek piece and rubber shoulder recoil pad. The metal work retains all of its original blueing. It has a shrouded target fore-sight, adjustable rear sight & is fitted with a mint Walther 3-9x44 Telescopic Sight. The optics are excellent. The barrel block is marked with model and calibre detail and features the correct barrel locking lever. The rifle is serial number 2370018. The Weihrauch website dates the rifle to 2021. In as new condition, only appearing to have been fired a handful of times. The air 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 & delivery of this item. AI 741.
£345.00

*As New*/Powerful 11.03 ft/lb* Weihrauch HW77K .22 Air Rifle. AI 740. - AI 740
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 mark to the stock at the fore underneath* and is fully ambidextrous. 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 11.03 ft/lbs. The Weihrauch website dates the rifle to 2021 (Serial No- 2355606). The gun is in as new condition and has only been fired a handful of times. 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 740.
£425.00

1964-1975 Webley Mk 3 .22 Calibre Under Lever, Air Rifle. Sn 5409:25. - 5406:25
The Webley Mk 3 was introduced in 1946 and production finished around 1975 (See Pages 244 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 scratches to the left side of the stock. It has an 18 1/4" 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 '.22' calibre detail. It is under lever cocking & has an adjustable rear Target sight together with shrouded foresight and telescopic sight ramp. The rifle is serial number 'B5247' (Hiller's book has a B prefix serial number illustrated which he describes as being made between 1964-75. Some F prefix numbers have been since made during the same period). The loading and firing actions work perfectly. Price includes UK delivery. NB as a post 1939 Air Weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act with regards to sale and delivery of this weapon apply. Sn 5409:25.
£325.00

C1920’s Wyandotte ‘All Metal Products’ Pump Cork Ball Rifle Toy Gun. AI 737. - AI 737
All Metal Products Company was an American toy company founded in 1920 and based in Wyandotte, Michigan for most of its history. It produced inexpensive pressed metal toys under the Wyandotte brand name, and was the largest manufacturer of toy guns in the US for several decades in the 20th century. The company's slogan was "Wyandotte Toys are Good and Safe." To keep costs down, the company used scrap and surplus raw materials whenever possible, often manufacturing their toys from scrap metal obtained from local auto factories. Initially, All Metal Products Company specialized in toy guns, including pop guns, water pistols, and air rifles. Their slogan in the 1920s was "Every Boy Wants a Pop Gun." By 1927 they had become the world's largest manufacturer of toy guns. Wyandotte Toys stopped manufacturing air rifles in 1929, but continued to dominate the toy gun market throughout the remainder of their history by producing pop guns, clicker pistols, dart guns and pistols, cap guns and a variety of plastic pistols. Wyandotte c1920s All Metal Products Co. pump action five shoot spring-loading feed cork ball toy rifle gun. You can find this rare and unusual pump action gun that shoots round cork balls listed in Jim Schleyer Backyard Buckaroos Collecting Western Toy Guns book on page 343 - P44. Chamber can hold 5 5/8" cork balls which will feed automatically with each pump of the rifle. You need to pull back hard to cock the rifle. The rifle is black metal *showing age related wear in parts* with wood stock and 34” long. The wooden stock is held in place by 3 pins * slight movement* The price for this rare and difficult to find toy includes UK delivery. AI 737.
£195.00

**VERY RARE** MATCHING NUMBERS S179**1932-1934 1st Type ‘Spring Clip’ Webley Service MK II .22 Calibre Air Rifle With All Correct 1st Type Features. AI 734. - AI 734
This is an excellent original early 1930’s 1st Type Webley Service Mark II Air Rifle in .22 Calibre. These rifles also known as the 'Spring Clip Service' due to the spring barrel retention clip were introduced in 1932 and produced until introduction of the 2nd Type MK II C1934 (See Chapter 2 of Thrale's book Webley Air Rifles 1925-2005). The trigger guard of the rifle is stamped with serial number ‘S 179’ which is repeated on the underside of the barrel. The weapon is stamped with Patent & model detail. The barrel is stamped '.22 Calibre' (all illustrated). The metal work retains its original blue finish. It has its original undamaged wood stock with chequered panel wrist & ribbed butt plate. It has its original correct 1st type, spring retaining catch, 1st type flip up rear sight, safety catch and has a ramp blade fore sight. It also has a folding 2 leaf sight. The rifle loads and fires crisply. The price for this very rare 1st type rifle includes UK delivery. AI 734.
£1,495.00

RARE Matching Numbers (A 502) 1932-1934 1st Type Webley Service MK II .22 Calibre Air Rifle With All Correct 1st Type Features. Sn 15286. - 15286
This is an excellent original early 1930’s 1st Type Webley Service Mark II Air Rifle in .22 Calibre. These rifles also known as the 'Spring Clip Service' due to the flat spring barrel retention clip were introduced in 1932 and produced until introduction of the 2nd Type MK II C1934 (See Chapter 2 of Thrale's book Webley Air Rifles 1925-2005). The trigger guard of the rifle is stamped with serial number ‘S 502’. The weapon is stamped with Patent & model detail, the Webley ‘winged bullet’ logo and Webley address. The barrel is stamped '.22 Calibre'. It has its original undamaged wood stock with chequered wrist & ribbed horn butt plate. It has it's original correct 1st type, flat spring retaining catch, 2 leaf folding sight, 1st type flip up rear sight, safety catch and has a ramp blade fore sight. The rifle loads and fires as it should with a strong spring action. The price for this very rare 1st type rifle includes UK delivery. Sn 15286.
£975.00

Pre-WWII HAENEL SPORT MODELL 33 JUNIOR 4.45mm Repeater Training Air Rifle. 21291. - 21291
C. G. Haenel is one of the old and traditional gun manufacturers in Suhl. The town in the Thuringian Forest has been considered the European centre of handgun manufacturing since the Thirty Years’ War. Haenel has a long tradition in Suhl: the royal Prussian rifle factory commissioner Carl Gottlieb Haenel came to Suhl with his idea of industrial weapons production. Since 1840, rifles have been developed and manufactured here under the Haenel brand. The Haenel arrow has always stood for novel functional, design and manufacturing principles, for precision and robustness. Introduced in 1933 as ‘Schmeisser bolt action repeater’ and then sold under the Haenel name. 38 ¼ “ in length and Marked "HAENEL SPORT MODEL 33 JUNIOR/SCHMEISSER'S PATTENTED" with the Haenel arrow trademark. It is a spring action gun with bolt type cocking lever on top of action. Marketed as a training rifle with Military styling and patterned loosely after the Mauser K98K service rifle. It has a military style stock & handguard. 6 Round (in 1939 this was available from Kynoch who sold the shot in small tubes containing around 200) force-fed detachable mag and an adjustable front and rear sight. This is an excellent example of a pre-WW2 Sport Model 33 BB Gun made by Haenel. It comes with a rare leather sling. The gun is fully operational. It comes with an adjustable front sight hood. It has retained most of its bluing. The full stock is in good aged condition with only notable marks to the left hand side of the stock. The rifle cocks, loads and fires as it should and comes with a 6 shot magazine and 1 shot. See page 139 of Hillers collectors guide to air rifles 3rd edition. The price for this rare piece includes UK delivery. 21291.
£795.00

1922-1929 BSA Standard No2 Pattern 2nd Series (S Pre-Fix) .22 Air Rifle. AI 724. - AI 724
The serial No S25202 dates this rifle to circa: 1922-29. When mention is made of the BSA 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 fine condition with some blueing missing to expose the nice metalwork. It has the usual BSA wording to the metalwork. The wooden stock is in very nice condition with an unusual tiger stripe, it has no notable marks and is the correct pre WWII item. The rifle cocks, loads and fires as it should. See page 124 of ‘The Book of the BSA Air Rifle 1905 to 1939’ by John Milewski (available on our website). The price for this piece of history includes UK delivery. AI 724.
£445.00
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