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SOLD SOLD (04/11) **ALL MATCHING NUMBERS INCLUDING BOLT**WW1 Era Austrian Steyr Mannlicher Model 1895/ M95 8mm Calibre Straight Pull Carbine**VERY EARLY UK 1993 DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**Sn 20067:29 - 20067:29
The Repeating Rifle Model M1895, better known as the Mannlicher M1895 rifle is a bolt-action rifle, designed by Ferdinand Ritter von Mannlicher. The M1895 is unusual in employing a straight-pull bolt action, as opposed to the more common rotating bolt-handle of other rifles. It was consequently renowned for combining a high rate of fire (around 30–35 rounds per minute) with reliability and sturdiness. This is an original M95 Steyr straight pull bolt carbine. These weapons were used throughout WW1 and into the 1930’s. When the Nazi's came to power many M1895 rifles and carbines were given to Bulgarian Units. The wood furniture of this weapon is in excellent condition as is the metal work which has a nice patina & original blue finish throughout. The breech is stamped ‘Steyr M.95’. It has all matching numbers 3849 on the barrel breech, wood and bolt. It has bayonet bar/ lug, sling swivels, steel butt plate, block and blade fore sight and ladder rear sight. Deactivated to very early UK specification in 1993 the rifle cocks and dry fires. The price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery **This Firearm is deactivated to one of the pre- 2nd May 2017, UK specifications. We can arrange for this firearm to be brought up to the latest UK/EU specification (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 20067:29

INERT DEACTIVATED. Factory Box Of 10 Kynoch, Cartridges, Cartridges. S.A. Drill .50 inch Browning Mark I. Sn - 20081
INERT DEACTIVATED. The first British drill round formally approved for the Browning M2 .50 calibre machine gun and was designated ‘Cartridge S.A. Drill .50 inch Browning Mark I’ in 1950. Previous to this, the drill rounds were of American manufacture. The cartridge case was a standard British made .50 Browning with a blind primer pocket. The brass cartridge case was either tinned or chromed overall and had no cap, anvil or fire holes. The case had three vertical flutes painted red, as was the cap chamber. The bullet had gilding metal envelopes and rested on a wood distance piece. The nickel plated brass cartridge cases are headstamped K62 .50 Mk1 and the three flutes in the side of the cartridge and primer pocket retain their original red painted finish signifying a drill round. The cartridges come in their original cardboard box with a card segmentor separating the cartridges inside. The box has a grey printed label on round it and has printed in black 10 .50 BROWNING S.A. DRILL Mk CARTRIDGES. Also there is Manufactured at the Kynoch Factories of Imperial Metal Industries (Kynoch) Limited Witton Birmingham England. There is also a purple stamp K8 1 63 (Witton January 1963). The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 20081

INERT. British, 40mm Bofors QF 40 mm Naval Mark I Brass & Steel Weighted Drill Round (40 x 311R) for the Bofors L/60 Anti-Aircraft Gun. - O 1781
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a scarce British Naval mark 1 brass and steel weighted drill round for the 40mm British Bofors QF 40 mm Mark I gun (40 x 311R). The gun was developed by AB Bofors of Sweden and the 40mm version was adopted by the British just prior to the start of WW2. This is an early British made drill round for the British Bofors gun. The round is made out of a turned brass body with a steel nose and base attached and riveted through to secure them. This round replaced the wood and brass mark 1 round which was not found to be durable in service due to the harsh action of the Bofors gun. The round is weighted internally to resemble the complete round. This profile enabled the round to be fed into the action when gun drill was carried out. This drill round is headstamped 40 M/M N1 (Naval mark 1) DRILL a crowfoot DIFCO 1953 (1953 date). The steel base has a black hard rubber insert to protect the firing pin during practice. The Bofors gun had a harsh action and the ammunition had to be made accordingly. This The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1781

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare German WW2 Pair Of eAZ 66 A Superfast Nose Fuses In Transit Container With Packing Piece For The SD-4 HL Splitterbomb. - O 1782
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a pair of German WW2 e AZ66 A superfast nose fuses for the SD4-HL anti tank shaped charge aircraft bomb in their original bakelite transit container and original cylindrical cardboard packing piece. The SD 4/HL (Sprengbombe Dickwandig, Hohlladung; was a thick-walled explosive, hollow charge bomb) was introduced in March 1944 to counter Russian armoured vehicles. The hollow charged bomb could penetrate 130mm of armour at 60 degrees and was armed with a super sensitive and quick eAZ66A electronic fuse. The bomb was usually dropped via the AB250 container containing 40 bombs or the AB500 container containing 74 bombs. The bakelite fuses have a perspex cover with two prongs stick out of the base and a wind arming vane on the front. The brown bakelite body is stenciled in white round the circumference Z 66 (in a circle) A edr g 174 and a waffenampt. The fused are separated by a brown cardboard tube which protects the arming vanes. The transit container is the standard German bomb fuse transit container. This bomb was also used in the anti-personal role against mass troops with divesting effect. See pages 143 and 218, German Air Dropped Weapons to 1945 by Wolfgang Fleischer. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert bomb fuses in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1782

*Matching Numbers* Belgian ‘F.N. Model 1949’ Knife Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 796. - BAYO 796
This is an excellent ‘FN1949’ bayonet with virtually all of its blueing left on the blade. The pommel is marked with ‘S.A.30’ crown over ‘JF’ & ‘80562’ which denotes use by the Belgians themselves and not an export version. The ‘SA.30’ stands for semi-automatic 30 calibre. The number 80562 is also repeated on the scabbard mouthpiece. The wooden grips are showing signs of use related wear. The Belgian Army received 87,545 production rifles beginning in 1951, accounting for roughly half of all Model 1949 rifle production. The Model 1949 bayonet was the result of a request by Egypt, the second Model 1949 rifle purchaser, who wanted a shorter, thinner blade than the M1924/49 Long bayonet which had been produced for Venezuela. See for further details, and White & Watts item 103, pages 26 & 42. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 796. (Box 3)

British L1A3 Bayonet with NATO Stores Code & No.5 Scabbard. BAYO 797. - BAYO 797
This is a British L1A3 bayonet and scabbard (see Skennerton’s book, British & Commonwealth Bayonets Book, page 261, item B322). The bayonet was first adopted on the 31st December 1958. The bayonet has a blackened pommel. Both grips have the designation L1A3, NATO stores number 9600257. The 8” drop point steel blade is single edged and has fullers. There are no visible marks on the blade,B59 (1959) is stamped to one side of the ricasso. The obvious difference between its predecessors is the recessed locking bolt latch in the pommel, which required a new pommel casting. The bayonet has its original No5 metal scabbard with brass mouth piece. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 797. (Box 1)

*U.S. Original ‘M1 Garand’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 798. - BAYO 798
This is a nice ‘M1 Garand’ bayonet with an new blade and not a cut down ‘M1905’ or ‘M1942’. The fullers do not run through to the tip as with the cut down bayonets, but stop 2 ¾ “from the tip. Unusually there are no markings to the blade. The grips are black ribbed plastic held by a single screwbolt. The scabbard is standard olive drab M7 made by Beckwith MFG. Co, again freshly made and not a cut down version. It is marked to the top mount with a flaming grenade and U.S. The grips are in good overall condition with a few age related marks *see images* See ‘White & Watts item 929 pages 412 & 436. A good collectors piece with maker marked scabbard. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 798. (USA Bayonets)

*Mint* Indian Bayonet ‘No1 MkII* Scabbard & 37 Pattern Webbing Frog. BAYO 799. - BAYO 799
This is a virtually mint India pattern No1 MII* with the fullers to the blade and a false edge tip, these bayonets are special to India (the MkII has a conventional tip). The blued blade is marked to the ricasso with ‘MkII* 8 43’ (August 1943) & JU (unknown maker). The wooden slab grips are in near perfect condition. The scabbard is a cut down ‘No1’ with steel mounts inspection marks and leather body, the stitching and steelwork are in good condition. The frog is a green ‘37’ pattern webbing example. See British & Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton item 154, page 349 for an identical example. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 799. (Box No3)

*Rare/Mint/Matching Numbers* ‘Argentinian M1909’ Sword bayonet, with Wood Grips & Blued Steel Scabbard By Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co, To Fit The M1891 Mauser Rifle. BAYO 800. - BAYO 800
An Argentine M1909 sword bayonet with wood grips and blued steel scabbard manufactured by Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co, to fit the M1891 Mauser rifle. This was the last variant with wood grips. The bayonet has wood grips, secured with two steel rivets. The pommel is white alloy and has an oval with "R.A." (faint) inside denoting 'Republic of Argentina. It has a push button release. It has a hooked quillon and muzzle ring. The blade is polished steel and has a single edge and fullers. The blade measures 15 ¾ “ long. It is in excellent condition. The ricasso is stamped on one side with "Modelo Argentino 1909" above the Argentine crest, below this is has a serial number "L8530". On the reverse it has "Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co Solingen". The inscription and crest were usually filed off before sale as obsolete and specimens with the full crest and inscription are very hard to find. The blued steel scabbard has a matching serial number stamped above the oval frog stud "L8530". This is a rare bayonet with matching numbers in excellent condition and as is to be expected of a German Manufactured bayonet, of top quality. (See Page 1 item No 3, in White & Watts 'The Bayonet Book' & page 20 in An Illustrated History of bayonets by Martin. J. Brayley). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 800. (Box No3)

SOLD SOLD (15/11) *As New* SMK Victory CP1 .177 Pellet Air Pistol. AI 824. - AI 824
The Victory CP1 is a high-quality CO2 pistol that fires at the legal limit for pistols, making it an ideal choice for pest controllers and target shooters. This point is reinforced by the competition-style beech stock with palm shelf, rifled steel barrel, and adjustable open sights, ensuring the best of accuracy at all times. One 12g CO2 capsule is loaded into the lower front cylinder, which provides around 40 to 50 shots per capsule. Each shot is reloaded and cocked by means of a smooth bolt-action system. A 9-11mm mounting rail is also installed to allow the fitting of additional optics such as a red dot or scope. If you wish to fit a silencer to this pistol, don't forget to add the necessary 10mm silencer adaptor. In unused condition this example is ready to shoot. *user manual/allen keys are included, no box present but will be safely packed*. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air Weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale and delivery of this item. AI 824.

*Very Rare* German Sawback M1898/05 Bayonet and Steel Scabbard. BAYO 801. - BAYO 801
This is a rare sawback M1898/05 bayonet by a scarce maker; J.H.Becker & Co. Solingen. Anthony Carter in his book ‘German Bayonets, the models 98/02 & 98/05’, states that only a handful of bayonets with their trademark have been located, none of which have been dated. The sawback bayonets were probably made in 1916 and early 1917, before their manufacturing was suspended. It is contained in an Ersatz metal scabbard. The wooden slab grips are fully intact and are showing signs of age related use. The blade is in nice condition with slight staining due to age, J.H.Becker & Co is marked to one side. The scabbard has a few ‘impressions’ and a split to the bottom, but works as it should. This is an extremely rare bayonet and a must for the serious German bayonet collector. See Anthony Carter ‘German Bayonets, the models 98/02 & 98/05, page 65 for full details regarding J.H.Becker & Co. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 801. (Box 3)

Korean War Era U.S Army Birtman Electric Company M20 A1 B1 3.5 Inch Rocket Launcher (Bazooka)**VERY EARLY UK 1996 DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**Sn 20067:30 - 20067:30
The M20 A1 B1 rocket launcher (Bazooka) is a two-piece smooth-bore weapons of the open tube type and are fired by an electrical firing mechanism, which contains a magneto that provides the current and is located in the trigger grip. These launchers are designed to be fired from the shoulder in standing, kneeling, sitting, or prone position (a contemporary image of one of these Bazookas being aimed by a U.S. Army Bazooka team is reproduced in image 1). To reduce weight, the barrels and many of the components are made of aluminium. These launchers are designed to launch high explosive rockets and smoke rockets against ground targets. These high-explosive antitank rockets are capable of penetrating heavy armour at angles of impact greater than 30°. The M20 replaced the M9A1 2.36 inch (60 mm) rocket launcher. The M20 rocket launcher was used extensively during the Korean War, where its HEAT rocket proved effective against T34 tanks. The M20’s are no longer in U.S. service. They were replaced by the M72 LAW. Our example of the M20 A1 B1 is in excellent clean condition with crisp identification & maker markings ‘LAUNCHER ROCKET 3.5 INCH M20 A1 B1 SERIAL NO. 235505 17140681 BIRTMAN ELEC CO’. It has the correct 2 piece front and rear barrel assembly, reflecting sight group, firing mechanism group, flat aluminium bar stock & original sling. It measures 5 Feet ½” overall length when assembled. The rocket launcher retains its original olive green paint. Deactivated to early UK specification in 1996 the launcher’s barrel is pinned in both sections, it correctly twist lock separates into 2 parts & it cocks and dry fires. The price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. As rocket launcher deactivated to UK specification this item does not require a new UK/EU deactivation certificate. Sn 20067:30 (NB An inert L5 3.5 inch practice HEAT round which were used with these rocket launchers is available on our website stock number O 1774)
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