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A.S.I Military Pattern Paratrooper 'Repeater' .177 Calibre Break Action Air Rifle. 20132. - 20132
During the 1970`s the Paratooper Air Rifles were produced. They were available in both single shot and repeater form. This is a good repeater example which holds 25 pellets. It has a Military type brown plastic figured shoulder stock with ribbed panel fore stock, recoil pad and chequered panel plastic pistol grip. It measures 38” overall with an 18” rifled barrel. It is fitted with original adjustable rear sight stamped with Deer’s head trademark & shrouded blade fore sight. The metalwork is showing minor signs of age related use as is the plastic stock. The top of the air cylinder is marked by the manufacturer ` El Gamo` with the manufacturer`s logo and `Made in Spain`. The barrel block is stamped .177 Calibre detail and serial number `GC3800`. It`s loading & firing action work crisply. The price for this sought after 1970’s 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. 20132.
£395.00

Cased ‘Original Model 10’ .177 Target Air Pistol. 21031. - 20131
This precision recoilless break barrel pistol was made from 1975 to about 1990. This example comes in its original case, which is lined with very 1970s-style orange foam rubber and covered with brown vinyl. It is a first pattern mod 10 and the serial number ‘0392’ shows it to be one of the earlier ones. The model 10 has a plastic barrel shroud/cocking aid which rotates 180 degrees to protect your palm from the front sight digging into it when cocking. This example has a fixed rear sight and an eccentric sleeve adjustable to bear down on the web of the hand for extra stability. The second pattern mod 10 lacked this sleeve, had a rear sight that could be fixed in three positions and a lead weight fixed beneath the barrel shroud. The barrel weight fixing bolts were drilled through the plastic shroud and created a weakness, so the second model is sometimes encountered with cracks in the shroud at this point. It has a matt black phosphate finish, walnut anatomical match grips. The front sight has a rotating element which alters the visible width of the post. Quite a few of these pistols turn up with this rotating element missing, but the fixed metal post behind it works perfectly well on its own. Diana's opposing piston recoil cancellation system ensures that the pistol feels dead to shoot. Its long, low sight base makes it feel very point able, like an extension of your hand. The trigger is magnificent. It`s loading & firing action work crisply. The pistol is showing minimal signs of use, however, the case has some foam missing and is discoloured in places, the case is intact and the hinges and clasps work as they should. The price for this sought after air pistol 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. 20131.
£395.00

*Extremely Rare* ‘BSA’ RB2 ‘Stutzen’ .25 Air Rifle. 20134 - 20134
** The following is an extract from a piece on Gunstar by Jonathan Young; ‘The later RB2 version is scarce in all calibres with the .25 bordering on mythical as very few appear to have been released. Enquiring about the .25 option many years later, it was found that even some specialist airgun dealers were totally unaware of its existence, and it may have been obtained to special order only. The .25 Stutzen RB2 has to be considered as one of the rarest of modern classic British air rifles’. Described by BSA on the owners sheet as the Airsporter 'S' Stutzen, this has a short barrel of about 14” long ending flush with the stock which is finished with a similar rosewood tip. This emulates the continental Stutzen style of stock with its carved end known as a schnable tip as seen on the CF2 Stutzen which BSA made in a number of cartridge calibres. With such distinctive styling there was nothing to touch it. The hidden under lever with a scallop cut into the wood for finger access is released by a sprung plastic tipped latch. Incidentally apart from some spacers, this is the only plastic to be found on the Stutzen. The action is fitted to the stock with two invisible fixings; the usual bolt inside the grip threading into the block and a special front fixing. This is a combination of a blued steel barrel band with threaded nut matched to a long bolt machined with a sling eye. Those clean stock lines with no visible fixings, the schnabel tip and hidden under lever all make for a beautiful looking airgun. Serial No ‘AWT01061’. The barrel and cylinder are virtually unmarked, only showing minor signs of use. The scope rail and the alloy to the rear of the safety catch have minor paint scrapes. The beautiful wooden stock is virtually mark free apart from a small indentation on the cheek piece. The rosewood tip has some marks to one side *see pics*. Strap mounts have been place to the rear and fore of the rifle *there are two positions drilled for the mount to the fore*. The rifles loading & firing action work crisply and fires at an impressive 11.75 ft/lb. The price for this ‘mythical’ 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. 20134. (Box 4 Flags)
£1,295.00

SOLD. SOLD. (20/11). WW2 British WD Webley MK IV.380 Calibre Service Revolver With Open Cylinders That Will Accept Inert Rounds, 1940 WD Webbing Holster By ME Co (Mills Equipment Company) & 6 Rounds Of Inert Deactivated Ammunition**UK 2002 DEACTIVATION** - 20067:53
This is an excellent, original, WW2 'War Finish', British WD Officer's MK IV .380 calibre 5" barrel, Service Revolver. On the left side of the frame it is stamped 'Mark IV .38 & 'WAR FINISH'. The top of the frame is stamped 'Webley & Scott Ltd' & the right side with WD arrow and ordnance mark together with Serial number '100453'. The pistol's finely chequered grips are original and have the correct embossed Webley roundels. It is complete with military lanyard ring. The pistol comes with 6 x inert deactivated rounds of .380 ammunition. Also included is an original period webbing holster with flap cover and press stud fastener. The rear of the holster has the correct belt bars. The inside of the holster’s flap is ink marked with WD inspection mark 1940 date and is manufacturer marked ‘ME Co’ (Mills Equipment Company). All material and stitching of the holster are intact. Deactivated to UK specification in 2002 the pistol has cut, open cylinders that will accept inert rounds, breaks open for loading & it cocks and dry fires correctly in both single & double action. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery**We can arrange for this firearm to be brought up to the latest UK/EU specification for UK customers (customers 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)**Sn 20067:53
£0.00

*Mint/Boxed with Original Accessories* 1977-1983 BSA Buccaneer .22 Air Rifle. 20133. - 20133
The BSA Buccaneer is a break barrel spring powered air rifle first produced in 1977 by the Birmingham Small Arms Company, manufactured in both .177 (4.5 mm) and .22 (5.5 mm) calibres and marketed as an introduction air rifle for younger shooters with a muzzle energy of 5.5 ft•lb. The rifle has a safety catch, which is disengaged by operation of a lever next to the shooter's thumb. The rifle shared the action of the BSA Scorpion Air Pistol, barrel from a BSA Meteor Air Rifle and a brown plastic stock designed for right-hand shooters. The spring and piston are compressed by breaking the 18” barrel 125° before loading a pellet directly into the breach. The barrel is then returned into place and secured with a detent lock. The rifle has a peep sight at the rear of the cylinder, rather than the normal position on the breechblock. The moulded stock is in near perfect condition and the metal work is in as equally good condition. There is a shrouded front sight to compliment the rear, the serial No is ‘DA02795’. The rifle comes in its original cardboard box with polystyrene insert. The original accessories are included: BSA oil, Cocking aid, metal target holder with targets and owners maintenance sheet. The rifles loading & firing action work crisply. The price for this very original air rifle and accessories 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. 20133.
£475.00

**RARE**WW2 Era French Navy Marked 1st Type MAB (Manufacturre d' Armes d' Bayonne) Model D 7.65mm Calibre Semi Automatic Pistol**VERY EARLY UK 1994 DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**Sn 20067:54 - 20067:54
The MAB model D was a pistol produced by MAB (Manufacture d'Armes de Bayonne) from 1933 to 1963, it was inspired by the Belgian Browning FN pistol 1910/22. The MAB D was used by the French military before and after World War II. After German forces occupied France, the MAB D was adopted for use by the Wehrmacht (German army) during World War II. Following World War II, the MAB D was used by the French military in Indochina. In France, it was used by various French governmental agencies. There were two MAB D versions, usually called the Type I and Type II. The Type I MAB D was made 1933–1945 and used an external muzzle bushing release latch in front of the trigger guard; the Type II used an internal "bayonet" type release requiring pushing in and turning the muzzle bushing. The MAB factory changed from the Type I to Type II production in June 1945. This is a rare to find WW2 era French Navy marked example of the 1st Type MAB Model D 7.65mm Calibre Semi Automatic Pistol. It has its original finish which has darkened to a rich plum colour with age. The pistol has the correct Type I release latch in front of the trigger guard. It has serial number ‘103515’ stamped on the frame. The frame also has a crisp Naval Anchor mark indicating French Navy issue. The slide has MAB manufacturer, model and calibre detail (illustrated). The frame has its thumb lever safety catch which works correctly. The pistol has a blade fore sight and ‘v’ notch plate rear sight. It has d black chequered panel grips with MAB cartouches**Deactivated to very early UK specification in 1994 the pistol’s slide, trigger and grip safety move & its magazine can be removed, the pistol does not cock and dry fire. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery**We can arrange for this firearm to be brought up to the latest UK/EU specification for UK customers (customers 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)** Sn 20067:54
£695.00

Victorian Truncheon, 'Hants Parish Constable' 8540:13. - 8540;13
The first fully constituted police force formed in Hampshire was the Winchester City Police, founded in 1832. The Hampshire County Constabulary was established seven years later in December 1839 as a result of the passing of the County Police Act that year. Initially the force had a chief constable and two superintendents: one was based in Winchester, and the second based on the Isle of Wight (then part of Hampshire).[10] The first separate police force on the island was formed in 1837 when the Newport Borough Police was established. A separate Isle of Wight Constabulary was not formed until 1890 when the island was the granted administrative county status. An original Victorian Truncheon, with 'Hants Parish Constable' along the side. The truncheon is made of dark wood and painted black, the decoration is painted over the top of this. From the top there is a crown in gold and red, and below this is "VR" then painted down the side is "Hants Parish Constable" The decoration is clearly visible but faint as can be seen from the photographs. This is a very scarce truncheon. The truncheon has a fine ribbed handle which is unpainted. The truncheon measures 17 ¼ ". The price includes UK delivery. 8540;13
£325.00

WWI 1916-1918 Dated, Rochdale Special Constabulary Sergeant's Presentation Truncheon with Chester 1918-19 Hallmarked Silver Plate Engraved to Sgt Milne With Wrist Strap. POL 339. - POL 339
This is a superb quality original WW1 wooden Special Constabulary Sgt's Presentation Truncheon. It is 15 ½ “ in length and has highly coloured decoration in Gold, Red, Blue and Black featuring The Kings Crown with Royal Cypher (George Rex) together with Rochdale Coat of Arms above banners with lettering to 'Rochdale Special Constabulary', '1916-1918'. The neck of the truncheon near to the handle is mounted with a silver plate engraved 'Sgt Milne'. The plate has nice clear Silver Hallmarks (Chester 1918-19). It has a deep grooved grip with rounded end and is fitted with leather wrist strap. The wood is undamaged with no dents. This is an original item of WWI British Police memorabilia with Hallmarked Silver Mount worthy of further research and the price includes UK delivery. POL 339.
£350.00

WW2 Era U.S.A Smith & Wesson Victory Model .380 Calibre Revolver Marked ‘BSAP 1266’ To The British South African Police **UK 2010 DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**Sn 20138 - 20138
The British South Africa Police was established in 1896 as three separate Bechuanaland, Matabeland and Mashonaland Divisions. The latter two were amalgamated in 1903. The force’s origins evolved from the British South Africa Company Police functioning as a mounted infantry unit serving during and after the occupations of both Mashonaland and Matabeleland. The service took on a more civilian policing role following the Second Boer War and and remained the first line of defence as a law enforcement organisation up until its renaming (the Zimbabwe Republic Police) in July 1980 a few months following Zimbabwean Independence. BSAP men served in army and police roles during the First and Second World Wars, This is an excellent original Victory model .380 Calibre Smith & Wesson Military Revolver of the South African Police. Many of these pistols were made during WW2 in America & supplied to Britain under the lend lease agreement to aid the British war effort. It has a 5" barrel, undamaged wood grips which have just light bumps and bruises consistent with age and service use and military lanyard ring. It is stamped along the barrel with the Smith & Wesson, manufacturer's name, 1914 patent details and on the right side of the frame with the 'S&W Trade mark logo and Patent' together with 'Made in the U.S.A'. The butt is crisply stamped with the correct Victory model 'V' prefix serial number 'V617229'. The back of the grip frame is Unit ‘BSAP 1266’ to the British South African Police weapon number 1266. The pistol retains its original WW2 era parkerised type finish. Deactivated to UK specification in 2010 the pistol has cut and ringed cylinders, a pinned barrel & it cocks and dry fires correctly in both single & double action. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery**We can arrange for this firearm to be brought up to the latest UK/EU specification for UK customers (customers 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)**Sn 20138
£495.00

1826 Dated, Large Smooth Grip Special Constabulary Presentation Truncheon. POL 350. - POL 350
Original 1826 dated, large smooth grip Special Constabulary presentation truncheon. This is a good quality original wooden Special Constabulary Presentation Truncheon. It is painted in dark green and has a smooth straight grip. It is 18 ½ “in length and is 1 ¾ “in diameter at the tip. It has a coloured decoration in gold, red and green featuring The Kings Crown. Below this in gold is painted "1826". The wood has a few use related marks and the paint and decoration is in very good bright condition. The price includes UK delivery. POL 350.
£375.00

**COMPLETE **ORIGINAL**MATCHING DATES & MAKER**WW1 1917 British Officers' Hobson & Sons London Sam Browne Equipment Belt Rig With Webley MK VI Service Revolver Holster, Ammo Pouch, Sword Frog & Cross Belts. Sn 20139 - 20139
This is an original WW1 Officer's Sam Browne equipment belt rig in excellent condition. The belt has all brass buckles and fittings including shoulder cross straps. The belt is fitted with an excellent .455 calibre MK VI service revolver holster with flap cover and stud fastener. The rear of the holster has the correct belt loop & brass fittings. The belt is also fitted with an excellent original ammunition pouch with flap cover, retaining strap & stud fastener and an original Sword frog. The buckles, leather & stitching of all components of the rig are intact. The belt, holster and ammo pouch have matching impressed maker cartouches ‘Hobson & Sons London’ together with matching 1917 dates. There are no maker or date marks on the sword frog or cross straps. The belt is adjustable from approx UK size 36" to 40" waist. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20139
£495.00

Original, Victorian, Painted, Scottish Edinburgh Police Inspector's Short Truncheon. Sn 10135. - Sn 10135
An original, Victorian, Painted, Scottish Edinburgh Police Inspector's Short Truncheon. An example of this truncheon is shown on page 6 of 'The Policeman's Lot' by Mitton. It is made of heavy dark wood and has a grooved handle. It measures 12 ¾ " in length and contemporaneously hand painted with Queens Crown and red circular emblem which appears to be Edinburgh Police as illustrated in the book. The truncheon is also painted with number '113' either The Inspector's collar number or weapon number. The truncheon is undamaged with just the light surface wear to be expected with age. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 10135.
£225.00
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