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SOLD SOLD (12/04) WW1 Era German J.G.A. (J. G. Anschütz) Hebel 27mm Trench Flare/ Signal Pistol. D 1506 - D 1506
This is an original WW1 German Hebel 27mm calibre Flare Pistol. It has a 9" barrel and measures 14" overall. It has undamaged wood grips and military lanyard ring. It's lever opening action works & it cocks & dry fires. The left side of the frame has serial number '17629' alongside manufacturer’s oval ‘JGA’ within oval cartouche mark . (J. G. Anschütz). The price includes 2019 UK deactivation certificate and UK delivery (NB UK deactivated flare/ signalling pistols do not need to be re proofed to the new UK/EU specification). D 1506

SOLD SOLD (08/04) WW2 Connections, 1955 Dated M44 Soviet Russian Izhevsk Arsenal Mosin Nagant, 7.62 x 54 Calibre Bolt Action Carbine With Integral Folding Bayonet & Sling **UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**. D 1502 - D 1502
The Mosin–Nagant is a five-shot, bolt-action, internal magazine-fed, military rifle, developed by the Imperial Russian Army in 1882–91, and used by the armed forces of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and various other nations. Towards the end of WW2 an increase in urban combat led directly to the development of the Model M44 Mosin Nagant carbine. In essence, the M44 is an M38 with a slightly modified forearm and with a permanently mounted cruciform bayonet that folds to the right when it is not needed. In spite of the age of its design these weapons have shown up in various conflicts around the world until the modern day, being rugged and effective, much like the AK-47 and its variants. This is an excellent original M44 Mosin Nagant carbine with integral folding bayonet & sling. It has undamaged metal work with even patina and all original wood furniture which has just the bumps and bruises to be expected. The Breech housing is stamped with Russian Script, Russian Izhevsk arsenal triangle with arrow mark, Hammer & Sickle and 1955 date (illustrated in image 2). The weapon is serial number ‘CD582’ which is repeated on the magazine plate. The bolt is numbered 214 and has Izhevsk Arsenal mark. It has its original, adjustable rear sight & shrouded fore sight. The carbine is fitted with a webbing & leather sling and has its original integral folding cruciform bayonet with typical chisel tip. The bayonets locking catch works as it should and the bayonet folds neatly and securely. Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2021 the weapon’s bolt and trigger move. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. D 1502

**SUEZ CRISIS, CAPTURED** Belgian Egyptian Military Contract FN Model 49, (SAFN-49) Self Loading Rifle, Bayonet & Scabbard With Matching Numbers**UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** D 1501:2 - D 1501:2
The Fabrique Nationale Model 1949 (FN-49) is a semi-automatic rifle designed by Dieudonné Saive and manufactured in Belgium by Fabrique Nationale. It was produced between 1949—1961 and used by the Armed Forces of Argentina, Belgium, the Belgian Congo, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia, Luxembourg, and Venezuela (see page 79 of the book The FN-49 by Johnson). This original Belgian Egyptian Military Contract FN-49 / SAFN-49 no doubt a captured suez crisis weapon was deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2021. Its slide moves backwards and forwards under spring tension and its trigger moves. The original wood stock has just light bumps and bruises to be expected with service use. The metal & wood with brass inlaid disc have Egyptian script marks and symbols, Belgian FN manufacturer detail and number ‘526’ . It has a winged fore sight and adjustable rear sight, brass butt plate with trap and is fitted with sling swivel lugs. The rifle comes with an original knife bayonet. The bayonet has the correct blued double edged blade with fullers. The bayonet has undamaged wood slab grips. The pommel is numbered ‘SA30 20081’. It is complete with original black painted steel scabbard with locket. The throat has matching numbers ‘20081’. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate & UK delivery. D 1501:2

Post 1972, Beretta AR70 5.56/.223 NATO Calibre Assault Rifle With Folding Bi Pod**UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** D 1501:1 - D 1501:1
The Beretta AR70 assault rifle was designed in 1972. It was developed when the Italian Government decided that it's military and law enforcement agencies needed a new standard service weapon. It was made to be compatible with other NATO weapons by the adoption of standard 5.56/.223 round. These weapons saw service in the Gulf Wars and Afghanistan. This is an excellent example fitted with folding bipod. Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2021 the weapon’s slide moves under spring tension, the trigger moves, the magazine can be removed and the bipod folds and swivels as it should. The steel frame is crisply marked ' P.Beretta Mod.70/.223 Made In Italy' together with number 'M14591'. It has the correct black polymer plastic stock with pistol grip and steel butt plate. The weapon is fitted with sling bars. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. D 1501:1

1959 British BSA L1A1 7.62mm Calibre Self Loading Rifle (SLR) With Black Plastic Furniture Removable Steel Sight Protector Cover, 1983 Enfield Magazine & Sling**UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** D 1500 - D 1500
The British version of the successful Belgium FN FAL Self Loading Rifle (SLR) was designated L1A1 and manufactured by Enfield, Birmingham Small Arms (BSA), Royal Ordnance Factory (ROF) and ROF Fazakerley. They were also made under licence in Australia by Lithgow. The 7.62x51mm NATO calibre, L1A1 SLR served the British and Australian Armed Forces from 1954 until approximately 1994. The L1A1 saw service in all major theatres of War during that period including The Suez Crisis, Malayan Emergency, Aden, Vietnam, Cambodia, The Northern Ireland Troubles & Rhodesian Bush War to the Falklands and Gulf Wars. This British made example of the L1A1 has excellent metal work and plastic furniture throughout. It is complete with correct hinged carry handle, winged fore sight with removable sight protector cover, flip up rear sight, bayonet lug and rubber recoil pad. The frame is marked with BSA UE & B 1959 inspection marks and stores codes. The weapon is serial number AD6223204. It is also stamped ‘Rifle 7.62mm L1A1’. Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2021 the weapon's carry handle swivels and the slide with folding cocking lever moves backwards & forwards under spring tension. The trigger moves and the magazine can be removed. The magazine has stores code and Enfields combined ED mark alongside ‘83’ date (1983). The rifle is fitted with original webbing sling. The price for this sought after SLR includes UK/EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. D 1500

1910-1926 Colt USA Model 1903 .32 Auto Calibre Pocket Hammerless Semi Automatic Pistol**UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** Sn 18232 - 18232
The Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless is a self-loading, semi-automatic pistol designed by John Browning and built by Colt Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut. Approximately 570,000 Colt Pocket Hammerless pistols were produced from 1903 to 1945. Some were issued to US Army and US Air Force General officers from World War II through the 1970s. The pistol measures just 7” overall with a 3 ¾” barrel. It has a safety catch which locks the slide and nice undamaged gutta percha hard rubber grips with the iconic 'Colt' legend and 'Rearing Colt' emblem. The metal work has even patina with scuffs to be expected to the blue finish. The left of the slide is nicely stamped with the Colt , Hartford, CT, USA address and 1897-1903 patent details together with the 'rearing Colt' logo. The pistol’s serial number is 14105 which is in the serial number range 1910-1926. The right of the slide is stamped ' Automatic Colt Calibre .32 Rimless Smokeless'. Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2021 the pistol’s trigger and slide move and the magazine can be removed. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 18232

Portuguese Military FBP M/48 (Model 1948) 9mm Calibre Sub Machine Gun With Collapsible Sling Stock**EARLY UK 1996 DEACTIVATED**D 1497 - D 1497
**This Firearm is deactivated to one of the pre- 2nd May 2017, UK specifications. As such it can only be sold and exported in its present state to customers in NON- EU countries including the Isle of Man and Channel Islands. Customers based in the UK & other EU countries can purchase on our lay-away scheme. The weapon will then be brought up to the EU specification and the relevant certificate obtained prior to the transfer of ownership and delivery**.This is a 9 mm submachine gun originally developed from a design first conceived in 1940 by Gonçalves Cardoso, an officer of artillery in the Portuguese Army. The submachine gun was produced by the Fábrica de Braço de Prata weapon factory at Lisbon, whose initials FBP gave the name to the weapon. It utilized the large bolt and telescoping operating spring of the German MP40 submachine gun, and the collapsible wire stock of the American M3 submachine gun. The onset of World War II halted development of the weapon, which was further modified and put into production in 1948. The original version of the submachine gun the FBP M/48 only allowed for fully automatic fire. An upgraded version designated FBP m/63 introduced in 1961 also allowed for semi-automatic fire. The weapon was primarily issued to officers and NCOs in the Portuguese Armed Forces and security forces, along with quantities of ex-German MP 34 submachine guns. In Portuguese service it was used in combat in Angola, Portuguese Guinea, Mozambique, Portuguese India and Portuguese Timor. It was eventually replaced in service by the 9 mm Uzi and the collapsible-stock version of the standard m/961 G3 rifle. This is an excellent, original FBP M/48 9mm, sub machine gun. This example has excellent metal work throughout, with sling bars & sliding collapsible stock that fits snugly and functions perfectly as it should. This M/48 has original chequered wood grips. The magazine housing is stamped with FBP M/48 designation and number 14181 which is repeated on the barrel. Deactivated to early UK specification in 1996 the weapon cocks & dry fires with a strong spring action. The removable magazine has no internal spring or loading plate. The price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. D 1497

WW2 Imperial Japanese Army Nagoya Arsenal Arisaka 6.5mm Calibre Rifle With Imperial Chrysanthemum Insignia, Sling, Type 30 Kokura Arsenal Bayonet & Scabbard. Sn 17854 - 17854
The Arisaka Rifle was designed by Colonel Nariakira Arisaka 1852–1915. The Arisaka bolt-action rifle was used heavily everywhere the Imperial Japanese Army fought. This is an excellent Arisaka Bolt action Rifle. It has all original woodwork and metal work with original finish throughout. The wood has just bumps and bruises to be expected with age and service use. It has its original winged fore sight, flip up ladder rear sight, bayonet lug, sling swivels, cleaning rod and steel butt plate. The rifle is 50” overall length. At the end of WW2, one of the final standing orders of the Imperial Army was to file off the Emperor's family Chrysanthemum insignia, or 'Mon', from each of the rifles, thereby preventing the dishonour of surrendering the symbol. This rifle is one of the few to survive with the Chrysanthemum 'mon' insignia which is crisply stamped on the breech housing. The frame has the Nagoya arsenal mark and serial number ‘49031’ together with Japanese script inspection mark (all illustrated). Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2018 the rifle cocks and dry fires. There is no visible external evidence of the deactivation process. The rifle has its original cleaning rod and its sling swivels are fitted with a brown leather sling. Included is an original Japanese Arisaka Bayonet 1897-1950 (Type 30) bayonet & scabbard (see page 203 of The Bayonet Book by Peter White). It has a hooked quillon and muzzle ring. The wood grips have the knocks bumps and bruises to be expected with age and service use. The blued 15 ¾” single edge blade with fullers is undamaged. The ricasso has crisp Kokura Arsenal mark. The metal scabbard has a ball tip and fixed belt bar. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 17854

SOLD SOLD (07/04) WW2 Era, 1938 Nazi German Officer's, Mauser 'S/42' Luger PO 8, 9mm Parabellum Semi Auto Pistol With Nazi marked magazine By ‘fxo’(Haenel Suhl)**UK / EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** Sn 18211 - 18211
This is an original, Nazi German Officer's, Luger, 9mm parabellum pistol. Deactivated to UK/ EU specification in 2020 the pistols slide moves under spring tension, the trigger moves and the magazine can be removed. It has the standard German Infantry Officers' 4” barrel and is complete with its original undamaged chequered wood grips. It has clear Waffenamt and other inspection marks on the right side of its frame. The pistol is matching numbers ‘2133/33’ on all parts except the left side of the breech where the plate is numbered ‘96’. The pistol is dated ‘1938’ and bears the Nazi German manufacturer code ‘S/42’ which is Mauser-Werke AG, Oberndorf on the Neckar. The pistol has its original correct magazine with WW2 era black toggle butt. The toggle has one small stable chip only visible on close inspection. The magazine has Waffenamt and has the Nazi manufacturer code ‘fxo’ which is C.G. Haenel, Waffen- u. Fahrradfabrik, Suhl. The magazine loading plate and spring function as they should. The price includes UK / EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 18211

**RARE**ALL MATCHING NUMBERS INCLUDING BOLT**WW1 Era “Birmingham Etat Belge” (Birmingham – Belgian State) Mauser Model 1889 7.65x53 mm Calibre Bolt Action Rifle Converted From Mauser Model 1888**EARLY UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**Sn 18196:35 - 18196:35
During the opening days of WWI, the modern, clip-loaded Model 1889 Mauser chambered in 7.65x53 mm was used by Belgian troops to slow down the German onslaught. It was superior Belgian marksmanship and the Model 1889 that gave the French and British time to pull off the "Miracle of the Marne." Belgium began pursuing the concept of adopting a repeating rifle in the early 1880s. By 1887, the quest had led to international trials, which continued through 1889. Both domestic as well as international contenders were vying for military contracts including Pieper, Nagant and Mannlicher, among others. Mauser was a late entry in 1888. The bulk of wartime replacements came from Birmingham, England, where the Belgian government set up a complete arsenal to manufacture and repair Belgian Mausers. Carbines and rifles were marked “Birmingham Etat Belge” (Birmingham – Belgian State). This marking has led some collectors to incorrectly believe that the rifles were built by the British government. The arsenal was in fact a Belgian government facility, employing Belgian refugees, most from the Liège region with backgrounds in arms making. This is an original Mauser Model 1888 rifle converted to Model 1889 by “Birmingham Etat Belge”. The rifle is in excellent condition, with good all original woodwork which has just light bumps and bruises to be expected. The stock has a steel butt plate and the wood has stamps (illustrated). The rifle is fitted with sling swivels and leather sling. It has an adjustable rear sight, block and blade fore sight, bayonet bar. The barrel shank is stamped “Birmingham Etat Belge”. The breech, barrel, magazine, steel butt plate, wood and bolt have all matching numbers 4656. The rifle is 50 ½” overall length. Deactivated to early UK/EU specification in 2017 the rifle cocks and dry fires crisply. The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 18196:35
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