HISTORIC GUNS & MILITARIA

OBSOLETE CALIBRE GUNS

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Guns advertised in this section may be owned without a FAC or SGC provided they are held in accordance with Section 58(2) of the 1968 Firearms Act (as a curiosity or ornament) and not fired. If the intention is to fire them, they must be brought onto the appropriate certificate beforehand.

Stock No.

Image

Description

Category

Price

GBP

OC107

A highly unusual but collectable .310 cal 'Cattle Killer' by W W Greener. 8" barrel (very good bore), large brass base. Comes with it's original wooden mallet.

S58

No licence required

195
OC109



An excellent Belgian 11mm Albini-Braendlin breechloading infantry rifle, dated 1868.

34" sighted barrel (with near mint bore) retained by three spring-held barrel bands and with bayonet-lug at the muzzle. Calibrated folding adjustable back-sight, tip-up action, back-action lock struck with a mark 'PA 54'. Three-quarter stock stamped with a circular inspector's mark and with a circular arsenal mark on one side of the butt, regulation steel mounts, sling loops, and original steel ramrod.

S58

No licence required

900

OC110

Recently added







A very good example of a Marlin model 1893 lever action rifle in .32-40 calibre. 26" octagonal barrel (excellent bore), full length tubular magazine, crescent steel butt plate, walnut two piece stock with minimal dents or scuffs,  beautiful plum brown patina throughout with no rust or pitting. Fitted with a vintage flip up peep sight on the rear tang. Mechanically excellent and fully functional. Serial number 101589. A lovely old piece of the wild west.

S58

No licence required

1795

OC111

Recently added





A super little Remington-Smoot New Model No.2 five shot revolver in .32 (short) rimfire cal, circa 1880. Also known as the Remington New Line Revolver No.2.  2.75" nickle plated octagonal barrel and frame (99% of finish remaining), pearl grips (with a single repaired crack in each). Mechanically excellent and fully functional. Comes in a velvet lined presentation box with brass plate inscribed 'Prented* to Judge E Cottrell from City Employees'

*most likely a spelling mistake - should say 'presented'.

S58

No licence required

700

 

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