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WW2 9mm Parabellum PO 8 Luger Semi Automatic Pistol Magazine With Alloy Butt. N 501 - N 501
Original WW2 9mm Parabellum PO 8 Luger Semi Automatic Pistol magazine with an alloy butt. The magazine case is in very good condition and has an alloy butt. The case is stamped on the base of the butt with the Waffenamt above "63" and symbol '+' and a faint in decipherable italic German code, (see the second photograph). The thumb slide operates as it should and the spring is in good order. The price includes UK delivery. N 501
£165.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Museum Quality Hispano-Suiza HS 404 MKII 20mm Cannon Barrel In Transit Box. O 1245 - O 1245 / 12864
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is museum standard deactivated Hispano-Suiza HS 404 MKII 20mm replacement cannon barrel. The Hispano-Suiza HS 404 MKII cannon first entered service in 1941 and was fitted to a variety of British aircraft including the Supermarine Spitfire, Hawker Hurricane, Westland Whirlwind and Bristol Beaufighter and Hawker Typhoon. The gun became an upgrade for the standard armament of Browning .303 machine guns. This is an original Hispano-Suiza HS 404 MKII 20mm replacement cannon barrel which retains most of its original black finish in its fitted original olive green wooden transit case with rope handles at each of the box. The barrel is an impressive 68 inches long. The wooden transit case is 79 inches long. There is a worn printed label on the box lid with ‘acture and Research Co Ltd GRAN’ which is British Manufacture and Research Co Ltd at Grantham, their WW2 address and were better known as BMARC. BMARC also developed the HS804 30mm cannon experimentally during WW2, this being a larger calibre than the 20mm HS 404 but it was not adopted. No licence is required to possess this inert cannon barrel in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. Delivery is by arrangement and at cost. O 1245
£975.00

1960's-1970's, West German, J.P. Sauer & Sohn 'Western Six Shooter' (Colt Single Action Army/ Peacemaker) .357 Magnum Revolver. **UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**. Sn 14215 - 14215
The West German Arms Company J.P. Sauer & Sohn made quality Firearms throughout the 1960's and early 1970's before the company merged with the Swiss company SIG (Schweizerische Industrie Gesellschaft) in the mid-1970's. This large frame 'Western Six Shooter' .357 Magnum Revolver by Sauer & Sohn is an exact reproduction of the famous Colt Single Action Army (SAA) / Peacemaker revolver. It was made by J.P. Sauer & Sohn in West Germany. This superb pistol retains its original blue finish with just minor holster wear. It has a ramp block & blade foresight and grooved frame rear sight. The barrel is crisply marked by the manufacturer 'J.P. Sauer & Sohn Made In Western Germany' & 'Sauer Western Six Shooter.357 Magnum Caliber'. The frame is also stamped with serial number 'B4149'. It is side gate loading and has its original captive ejector slide. Its chequered panel wood grips are original & undamaged. The pistol is deactivated to UK/EU specification cocks and dry fires perfectly. The cylinders are blocked but the side gate opens and closes & the captive sprung ejector slide moves. The price for this quality large frame revolver includes UK/EU deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 14215
£475.00

**LAYAWAY FOR RE-CERT**LAYAWAY 5/10**OLD SPEC, MATCHING NUMBERS, WW2 / Cold War Era Russian / Soviet Tokarev TT-33 7.62mm Semi Automatic Pistol. Sn 14083 - 14083
*** With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. *** These pistols were issued to Russian Officers and were used throughout WW2, the Korean War and the Cold War era. This is a very good original example. The pistol has its original blue finish. Deactivated to old spec in 1995 it strips cocks & dry fires. The frame and slide are stamped with matching marks ‘Excercitiu 0152’ . Its black Bakelite ribbed grips are undamaged & have 5 pointed star embossed roundels. The butt is holed for lanyard ring. The pistol has fixed fore & rear sights and military ring hammer. Its magazine is stamped with number ‘BI 3602’. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 14083
£0.00

**LAYAWAY 19/12**LAYAWAY** C1890 English Armstrong & Co Newcastle 12 Bore Double Damascus Barrels Breech Loading Break Action Percussion Sporting Shotgun. Sn 13946 - 13946
****With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. **** Armstrong & Co were English Gunsmith’s recorded as having premises at 10 Neville Street Newcastle On Tyne between 1886 & 1890, 5 Collingwood St Newcastle 1894-1897 and 115 & 117 Northumberland St C1901-1917 (see page 158 of British Gunmakers Vol 2 by Brown). This is a double barrel percussion sporting shotgun made C1890 by Armstrong & Co. It has 30” Damascus steel barrels and measures 47” overall. The barrels, set side by side have a central flat top barrel rib. The rib is engraved ‘Armstrong & Co Newcastle On Tyne’. It has its original walnut stock which has just the bumps and bruises to be expected with age and use and double triggers. Its steel trigger guard with extended tang, stock fittings, side plates & hammers have foliate engraved decoration. Both side plates are engraved with the manufacturer’s name ‘Armstrong & Co’. The weapon’s top lever break action works as it should and it cocks & dry fires. The open barrels of this piece have been pinned during the deactivation process. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13946
£0.00

Colt "Agent" Light Weight .38 Special 'Back Up' Revolver With Packmeyer Grips. Sn 13871:4 - 13871:4
***Please note; 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. *** A Colt 'Agent' light weight .38 Special 'Back Up' revolver with Presentation rubber grips. Colt made four snub-nose .38 Special revolvers, they are the Detective Special, the Cobra, the Agent, and the Commando Special. The Detective Special had a steel frame. The Cobra was the same gun with an alloy frame. The Agent had the alloy frame and a slightly smaller grip size. The Commando Special had the small grip on a steel frame. The Agent was introduced in 1955. In 1972 it was redesigned to have a shrouded ejector rod. The Colt has a single and double action trigger action, both work perfectly. It has black 'Presentation' rubber grips which are in great condition. It has a blade foresight. The cylinder is opened by a thumb pull on the left side of the frame. The cylinder opens and closes as it should. It has 6 x dummy round heads in the chambers, (see the first photograph). On the left side of the barrel it is stamped with "Agent .38 Special CTG". On the left side of the frame near to the grips it has the Colt 'Horse' trademark. The right side of the frame is blank. The weapon shows slight signs of carry wear on the edges as can be seen in the photographs. The price for this authentic back up 'Agent' revolver with Presentation rubber grips includes the de-activation certificate and UK postage. Sn 13871:4
£495.00

WW2 9mm Parabellum PO 8 Luger Semi Automatic Pistol Magazine With Alloy Butt. N 494 - N 494
Original WW2 9mm Parabellum PO 8 Luger Semi Automatic Pistol magazine with an alloy butt. The magazine case is in very good condition and has an alloy butt. The case is stamped near to the butt with "2/1001". It is stamped on the butt with "1 4005". (see the second photograph). The thumb slide operates as it should and the spring is in good order. The price includes UK delivery. N 494
£165.00

MATCHING NUMBERS, Korean War & Cold War Era 1952 Russian Izhevsk Arsenal Tokarev TT-33 7.62mm Semi Automatic Pistol. Sn 13691 - 13691
***With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. *** The TT-33 7.62 mm Tokarev self-loading pistol is a Russian semi-automatic pistol developed in the early 1930s by Fedor Tokarev as a service pistol for the Soviet military to replace the Nagant M1895 revolver that had been in use since Tsarist times. The pistols were issued to Russian Officers and were used throughout WW2, the Korean War and the Cold War era. This a very good original example The pistol has its original blue finish & it strips cocks & dry fires. The left side of the frame is stamped ‘1952’ (date) together with numbers nc1631 and triangle with arrow Russian Izhevsk arsenal mark. Its black Bakelite ribbed grips are undamaged & have 5 pointed star ‘CCCP’ embossed roundels. The butt has a fixed lanyard ring. The pistol has fixed fore & rear sights and military ring hammer. Its original magazine is stamped with matching number ‘nc1631’ together with a separate struck out number. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13691
£475.00

RARE, 1914- 1924 American Harrison & Richardson Arms Company 1907 & 1909 Patent .32 Calibre Self Loading Pistol (Webley .32 Semi Auto). Sn 13690 - 13690
***With effect from Tuesday 2nd May 2017 JC Militaria Ltd will comply with new legislation imposed by the European Parliament and will only sell deactivated weapons which have been re-certified to the new European Specification and which have a 'new' UK / EU certificate. Weapons which are currently advertised will be modified and re-certified prior to sale. Please contact for details and prices. *** In 1905, the famous British revolver-making firm of P. Webley & Scott introduced a series of blowback-operated pistols in .25 and .32 calibers that were designed by William Whiting. The .32 model was adopted by a number of police departments in Great Britain and throughout the empire. After negotiations with Webley in 1909, H&R obtained a license to produce the British firm’s pistols for sale in North America, and in 1912, H&R introduced the Harrington & Richardson .25 Caliber Self-Loading Pistol. While the .25-caliber pistol was almost identical to the Webley design, H&R’s engineers, with the assistance of Whiting, decided that some improvements would make the larger caliber model more attractive to American buyers. First, they substituted a simple internal striker mechanism for the Webley’s cumbersome, external hammer. This provided a smoother, snag-free exterior and also did away with the heavy hammer spring, which made retracting the slide to chamber a round much easier. Also added was a grip safety that blocked movement of the firing pin unless it was fully depressed. In 1914 the Harrington & Richardson .32 Calibre Self-Loading Pistol was released on the market. It possessed the slab-sided, squared-off silhouette; sharp grip-to-frame angle; and exposed barrel common to the Webley semi auto pistols. The pistol had a 3.5-inch barrel and measured 6.5 inches overall. It weighed 20 ounces unloaded. Grips were hard rubber. Manufacture of the .32 pistol continued until 1924, with approximately 40,000 units being produced. During World War II, the U.S. government obtained numbers of nonstandard handguns, and a small number of H&R pistols were among them. According to Dutch arms expert Bas Martens, in 1941, the Koninlijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (KNIL)–the military forces in the Dutch East Indies–obtained a quantity that were issued as the 7.65mm Pistool H&R. The Dutch national police used others in the postwar years. This is a rare, original H&R (Webley) .32 Calibre Automatic Pistol. It has the correct internal hammer & correct hard rubber chequered grips with embossed combined ‘HR’ roundel grips which are undamaged. The pistol is in very nice original and complete condition. It has a 'v' groove rear sight and a blade foresight. The 8 round magazine is released by pressing a button on the bottom of the frame between the grips, this operates as it should. On the left side of the receiver it has ‘H&R Self Loading Calber .32’ along with number ‘27910’ and ‘Safe’ above the frame mounted safety catch lever. The right side is stamped with Harrison & Richardson Arms Co address and Patent detail (all illustrated). The pistol strips, cocks and dry fires. It is complete with a de-activation certificate and the price includes UK delivery. Sn 13690
£675.00

INTERMEDIATE SPEC, 1949-1952, French Foriegn Legion, Hotchkiss Collapsible "Type Universal" 9mm Sub Machine Gun. Sn 13624:24 - 13624:24
****Please note; 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. *** The Hotchkiss "Type Universal" Sub Machine Gun is one of most unusual weapons that appeared during the early post-WW2 period. The weapons were made by the once famous French arms-making company Societe des Armes a Feu Portatives Hotchkiss et Cie in 1949, and was produced until about 1952. The idea behind this gun was to make it as compact as possible when carrying or storing. It was used by the French Foreign Legion and Paratroopers. This is a nice original rare to find example. It is undamaged and has been deactivated to intermediate specification in 2000. It does not fold as it would have originally due to the deactivation process but it has a moving trigger and slide & the magazine can be removed (it does not cock and dry fire). The left side of the frame is stamped 'CMH No. 1058'. Price for this hard to find machine gun includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 13624:24.
£595.00
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