HISTORIC GUNS

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.

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Description

Category

Price

GBP

OC110







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

OC113



A super little Belgian six shot double action 7mm pinfire revolver. 3.5" sighted octagonal barrel (very good bore), plain cylinder and frame. Hinged  loading gate, cartridge extracting rod, drop down trigger, two piece chequered rounded grips. The pistol, which retains a good amount of original finish, is in perfect working order with all springs fully functional. Birmingham Proof marks. Overall length 7.5"

S58

No licence required





450
OC114

Recently added


A good .38 rimfire cal single action pocket revolver by Otis Smith, serial number 3494. Steel 2.75" sighted round barrel, 5 shot cylinder and frame (signed SMITH'S PATENT APR 15 1873 No.38).  Sprung loaded cylinder pin, two piece pearl grips.

S58

No licence required

450
OC115

Recently added




A very good Sharps model 1A .30 rimfire cal four barreled 'pepperbox' derringer, serial number 17718. 3" steel barrels, brass frame with  barrel release and C SHARPS & Co. PATENT 1859 stamped on left side and C SHARPS & Co. PHILADA PA on right. Two piece brown gutta-percha grips in excellent condition.  S58

No licence required
995

Sold to Mr G

 

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