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DEACTIVATED. German WW2 MK151/20 Aircraft Cannon Barrel. - D 2126
DEACTIVATED. The MK151 canon was an important aircraft in German aircraft during WW2. The cannon was developed during the 1940s to replace the drum fed FFM 20mm cannon fitted to the Messerschmitt Bf 109. The cannon was originally developed in 15mm calibre but this was dropped and the gun was developed as a 20 mm cannon called the MK 151/20. This weapon proved very effective, being a belt fed gun especially when used with the Meingeschloss high capacity projectiles. This is an original WW2, MK 151/20mm aircraft cannon barrel that has been recovered from a wrecked German aircraft. The barrel measures 43 ¼ inches in length and is stamped in front of the chamber MG151/20 2005 and 6994. The barrel is bent approximately halfway along its length where the barrel is knurled (See photographs), rendering the barrel incapable of discharging a projectile. This damage will have been caused by the aircraft impacting the ground or crashing. This damage renders the barrel deactivated by condition. The barrel has its mountings lugs to attach it to the gun at the breech. The price includes U.K. delivery, and no licence is required to possess this barrel in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display.(Under cannon in Armoury). D 2014
£495.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. MINT, German, WW2, 1944 Dated MG34 or MG42 Drum Magazine, 50 Round Cartridge Link, Inert Rounds & 1940 Dated Starter Tab. - MISC 1011
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a near mint WW2, 1944 dated drum magazine for the MG34 or MG42. The magazine retains much of its original blued steel finish is stamped on the lid h.q.u. (Markes & Co., K.-G., Metallwarenfabrik u. Apparatebau, Luedenscheid) 44 (1944 date). The magazine is complete with its folding carrying handle and spring loaded anti rattle plate attached to the hinged lid. The magazine is complete with a 50 round link with inert rounds and has a 1940 dated starter tab which is stamped 92E 11.40 (November 1940 date). The starter tab tucks into a spot welded fixing to the side of the magazine to secure it in transit. The magazines dust cover slides and locks as it should. The price includes U.K. delivery. MISC 1011
£395.00

30mm Aden Revolver Cannon off a Hawker Hunter Jet Aircraft. **1998 UK DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** & Signed Prototype Hawker Hunter photograph by Bill Bedford (Chief Hawker Siddeley Test Pilot 1956 - 1967). Sn - 21795
The British 30mm Aden revolver cannon was developed from the WW2 German Mauser MK 213 aircraft revolver cannon. This gun was originally made in 20mm and 30mm calibre and was developed by Mauser but never became operational. This gun was developed from an earlier design, the MG 213A which utilized a gas-driven operation. The MG 213, had a direct movement of the revolver cassette which was changed to a diagonal cam with a follower. This actuated a rammer that both fed cartridges into the cylinders and revolved the cassette. Sealing of the chamber was accomplished by packing the cylinder and breech with heat resistant steel. This allowed chamber to revolve while the gas pressure was very high. The revolver cassette had five chambers and at least 3 chambers contained rounds whilst in operation, feeding, firing, and extracting. The gun was looked at for development after WW2 by Switzerland, France, Britain, and the America. The British ADEN cannon was developed eight years later, while the US M39E cannon, first designated T-160, was rushed into combat evaluation during the Korean War. The British developed the cannon in a 20mm high velocity version and a 30mm low velocity short case, the 30 x 84B. Both of these rounds had the same overall length so both cartridges could use the same gun with different chambers and barrels. The 20mm round was dropped from the weapon trials and two 30mm rounds were then used in the trials. One had a 86mm cartridge case which was called the 30mm LV (Low Velocity) Aden and the other with a 110mm cartridge case called the 30mm HV (High Velocity) Aden. Both rounds had the same overall length, the difference being the projectile weight and size, the HV having a lower explosive content. At the outcome of the trials, the 30mm HV gun was adopted and was fitted to the RAFs Hawker Hunter jet fighter. This is a 30mm HV Aden revolver cannon in excellent condition and was originally fitted to a Hawker Hunter aircraft. The gun was one of 4 guns that was fitted to a removable belly pack on that aircraft. This cannon was also fitted in the Harrier VTOL aircraft. The 30mm Aden gun was last used in trials as a 25mm cannon in the late 1990s but was never adopted. The cannon is in excellent condition and is complete with its alloy blast tube, a spare alloy magazine feeder and other fittings. The cannon is bolted to a custom wheeled steel tubular trolly to move the cannon around and display it. Also included is a framed, signed Hawker Hunter prototype photograph by Bill Bedford (the Chief Hawker Siddeley Test Pilot 1956-1967) dated December 1966 measuring approximately 14 x 11 inches. Deactivated in 1998, the cannon is complete with 3 inert rounds in their disintegrating steel links. The price includes the 1998 deactivation certificate and UK delivery which is by arrangement and at cost. Sn 21795
£6,750.00

SOLD SOLD (15/06) WW2, 1944 Dated Bren Mk II .303 Calibre Light Machine Gun By the Monotype Corporation. ** 2002 UK DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** Sn - 21797
The British Bren Light Machine Gun was introduced in the 1930's and used extensively by British & Allied Forces throughout WW2. Bren Guns were produced predominantly in Britain, Australia & Canada. This is an excellent British WW2, 1944 dated .303 Calibre MK II Bren light machine gun made by the Monotype Corporation of. Britain. Monotype was one of the smaller manufacturers and only produced 83,438 Bren guns during WW2 so they are rarer than the Enfield or Daimler manufactured guns. The gun is complete with its folding bi pod, adjustable rear sight & original box magazine. As with Monotype guns the bi pod legs are non adjustable and the cocking lever does not fold. The left side of its receiver is stamped BREN Mk II M 67 (Monotype) 1944 (date). The gun has excellent woodwork which is stamped S 111 with a crowfoot to the right hand side of the stock and the metal retains much of its original blued finish. The weapon has serial number H.8384 stamped on the top of the breach. There are various ordnance stamps on the weapon and both sling swivels are present on the gun. The gun was deactivated to UK specification in 2002 and cocks and dry fires. The gun’s slide, action, bottom cover plate, magazine cover plate, trigger and the fire selector lever all move. The magazine can be removed. The price includes UK deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 21797
£0.00

SOLD SOLD (13/06) WW2, 1944 Dated, No.4 MK 1* Long Branch .303 Calibre Rifle With Sling, No.4 MK II ‘Pig Sticker’ Socket Bayonet, Scabbard & Webbing Frog. ** 1998 UK DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** Sn - 21796
This is an original WW2, 1944 dated, .303 calibre No.4 MK I* rifle, sling, No 4 mark II bayonet with its scabbard and webbing frog. The rifle has all of original woodwork and metalwork which is in excellent condition and was made at Long Branch in Ontario, Canada to supply to British forces in WW2. The rifle has a winged fore sight, flip up micro adjustable rear sight and a brass butt plate with trap and an original webbing sling. The breech is marked on the left hand side No 4 Mk I* LONG BRANCH 1944 (date). The grip strap is marked on the left hand side with serial number 25730. Deactivated to UK specification in 1998 the weapon cocks and dry fires. The magazine can be removed and rounds inserted. The rifle comes with an original number 4 mark II Pig Sticker socket bayonet, mark 1 scabbard and a 1943 dated webbing frog. The bayonet’s 8” blade is straight and undamaged, the socket has the correct release catch which functions as it should and is marked with No.4 MK II designation. The bayonet’s original steel scabbard has a frog locket and ball end. The correct zinc alloy throat piece of the scabbard is stamped No 4 MK I SGP 1943 (date). The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 21796
£0.00

**RARE**WW2 Nazi German Occupied Poland Production, Radom Vis WZ. 35 / P35 (P), 9 mm Semi Auto Pistol**UK 2004 DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**Sn 20067:7. - 20067:7
The Polish Vis Pistolet WZ. 35, Nazi designation 9 mm Pistole 35(p), often referred to as the Radom is a 9 mm calibre, single-action, semi-automatic pistol. It was originally designed by Piotr Wilniewczyc and Jan Skrzypiñski in 1930 at the Fabryka Broni (Arms Factory) in Radom. It was adopted in 1935 as the standard handgun of the Polish Army and was considered by many to be one of the finest handguns ever produced. After the Polish defeat in 1939, the Germans took over the Radom Armoury and continued production of the Vis. Nazi German pistols of the first series had inscriptions VIS Mod.35 and P.35(p) on the left side. The pistols were issued to German Paratroopers and Nazi Police. This is a superb example of an original Nazi made 9mm Parabellum Radom Semi-automatic pistol. It is serial number J0056. The slide has faint Nazi production 'F.B. Radom Vis Mod 35 and P 35 (P)' designation. The frame and slide have faint Heer Eagle with swastika army acceptance marks & Waffenamt. The magazine is waffenamt (all illustrated). The metal work and fine chequered ribbed black composite grips are undamaged. The butt has a fixed military lanyard ring. Deactivated to UK specification in 2004 the weapon cocks and dry fires and the magazine can be removed. The price for this iconic weapon includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 20067:7
£1,275.00

**VERY RARE**ONE OF 4,000**1st VARIANT**WW2 1942 Spanish Star Nazi German Military Contract Model B / Colt M1911 9mm Parabellum Calibre Semi Automatic Pistol For Nazi Heer, Kriegsmarine, Luftwaffe & Fallschirmjager / Paratroopers**2018 UK/EU DEACTIVATION - 20648
The whole family of the "Star" pistol was (and still is) manufactured by the Spain-based company Bonifacio Echeverria, SA. Back in the 1920s the company began to develop semi-automatic pistols, based on the iconic Colt M1911 design. These pistols were more or less similar to the original M1911, but usually chambered for 9x19mm Luger rounds. This is a very rare Second World War Nazi contract 1st Variant Star model B pistol (see Axis Pistols by Still page 120 and pages 123 and 124 where 2nd variant, 3rd & 4th variants are illustrated (1st Variants are not illustrated in his book). During WWII Germany contracted various arms manufactures from different countries to supply it with weapons. Although Spain remained neutral during WWII it did supply the Nazis with military support and materials. Spanish arms firm Star were contracted to supply Germany with its version of the legendary Colt M1911, the Model B pistol. Initially a small quantity was ordered and in early 1942, 4,000 pistols were delivered. They are referred to as the "first variant" , and differ from all other variants by not being Waffen coded (German acceptance marked) and can only be identified and dated by the serial number and Spanish inspection and proof stamps. The weapons were well built and issued to specialist units within the Nazi army, navy and air force including paratroopers. This example has the correct letter N = 1942 code, letter X within a box symbol and letter P within a flaming grenade proofs. The serial number of our pistol falls within the known range B210951 to B260250 of 1st variants. Correctly there are no external visible Nazi marks on this pistol all confirming it to be a Nazi contract 1st variant. The right place to find all older Star pistol model numbers is on the butt, on the flat plate on the bottom of the gun, just rear of where the magazine is inserted and comprises of a letter and serial number. Our weapon is marked on the butt ‘B’ (model) and number 236808 (within 1st variant Nazi Contract number range). The pistol correctly has matching numbers ‘808’ on the breech and slide. The pistol has manufacturer marks and correct proofs previously listed including ‘N’ which denotes manufacture in 1942. The pistol retains its original blue finish & measures 8 ½” overall. It has fixed combat sights, military lanyard ring and correct original chequered panel wood grips as found on period Colt M1911 pistols. The weapon comes with its original ‘Star’ marked removable 9 round magazine. Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2018 the pistol cocks & dry fires and the action locks back as it should. The pistol is correctly without the Colt grip safety and its safety catch locks the slide as it should. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 20648.
£2,150.00

**ALL MATCHING NUMBERS INCLUDING CYLINDER**WW1 1917 British WD Officer's Webley MK VI .455 Calibre Service Revolver & 6 Inert Deactivated Rounds Of Ammunition**UK /EU 2024 DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** D 6013 - D 6013
This is an original World War 1 dated British WD Officer's MK VI .455 calibre Service Revolver. It is serial number 273096 which is stamped on the barrel, frame & cylinder. On the right side of the frame it is crisply stamped 'Webley Mark VI Patents' and dated ‘1917’. It has WD proof/ inspection marks on its frame and ‘Mark VI’. The pistol has its original finely chequered Bakelite grips and Lanyard ring. The butt of one grip has an old stable & secure chip. Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2024 the pistol’s The hammer can be manually moved and pulling the trigger revolves the cylinder. The pistol breaks open for loading as it should. The cylinder’s have been cut and the ‘spider’ ejector removed but inert rounds can be sat in the cylinder for display. The pistol comes with 6 rounds of inert, deactivated brass cased .455 calibre ammunition. The price for this WW1 dated British service revolver includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. D 6013
£895.00

**RARE**WW1 VETERANS BRING BACK**1908 Erfurt Arsenal Imperial German Army 7.92×57mm Calibre Kar 98 Storm Troopers Rifle. **2024 UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** Sn 21681:14 - 21681:14
This is a rare to find pre WW1 dated Mauser Kar 98 rifle. This rifle clearly a British WW1 veterans bring back was found screwed to the wall of a public house above the bar (2 screw holes can be seen in the images). These short rifles were issued to German 'Storm Troopers' in WW1 for attacking and clearing trenches. The rifle measures 43 ½” overall. The breech is crisply stamped 'Crown Erfurt 1908'. It is also marked 'Kar 98' designation. The weapon is serial number 6838. It has matching numbers on the metal work but un-matching number bolt. It all original woodwork and is complete with steel butt plate. The metal work is undamaged with even aged patina throughout. There are Imperial German proof/ Inspection marks on the metal work and wood. The rifle has a bayonet bar, adjustable rear sight & winged fore sight. The stock is slotted for sling anchor and it has its original forward sling bar. Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2024 the weapon’s bolt and trigger move. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 21681:14
£795.00

Post 1957, Small Frame Webley MK IV .380 Calibre Pocket Revolver With 3” Barrel, B prefix serial Number & 6 x Inert Deactivated Rounds Of .380 Ammunition**2022 UK / EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** D 6012 - D 6012
Webley MK IV 3” barrel pocket revolvers with B prefix serial numbers were introduced in 1957 and were available throughout the 1960’s ( see page 169 of Bruce & Reinhart's book Webley Revolvers). This is a very good example. The small frame pistol has a 3" barrel. The frame of the pistol is stamped with serial number 'B38355’. The cylinder frame is signed 'Webley & Scott Ltd Made In England' & ‘Webley MK IV .38’. Its metal work has its original blue finish and its Webley signature black chequered composite grips are undamaged. The butt is fitted with lanyard ring. Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2022 it has open cylinders that will accept inert rounds. The hammer can be manually moved, its hammer safety catch moves locking the hammer in the closed position and pulling the trigger revolves the cylinder. The pistol comes with 6 x inert deactivated brass cased rounds of .380 calibre ammunition. The price includes UK delivery and UK/EU deactivation certificate. D 6012
£495.00
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