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DOZENS OF WEBLEY PISTOLS IN STOCK, GIVE US A CALL OR BEST POP IN AND SEE THEM

£34.00

£70.00

£94.00

£120.00

£135.00

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GATS AND THAT...

HARRINGTON GATS for interested persons.

Two different “last” model GATs with safety catches. Note the differences. One has “F” and “S” stamped in to it the other one (top of picture) has “FIRE” and an “S” raised above the level of the casting and the word “GAT” put in to the pistol and also the screw holding the 2 halves together is through the grip on different sides on each version. We are not sure which one is earlier we suspect the lower one is older than the top one. Both were sold in this country by Harrington and this was before they were produced in America. Both say “Made in England” and both have “J101” with F in pentagon on the other side which is identical apart from the grip screw hole. Also we notice that the cork holder on the tip of the barrel has a coarser knurling on the top one.

Stock No: 3516

Price: £280.00

Year: 1950s

Calibre: .22

WEBLEY

SENIOR

This Senior is in superb original condition. With an original tin of pellets (about 150 pellets) Made for 177 calibre but has an over sticker which states there are 500 .22 pellets in tin. The pellet tin is in poor condition though. In one of our superb reproduction boxes.

Stock No: 3517

Price: £260.00

Year: 1950s

Calibre: .177

WEBLEY

SENIOR

In very good condition, in one of our reproduction boxes.

Stock No: 3519

Price: £235.00

Year: c1972

Calibre: .177

WEBLEY

PREMIER E SERIES

In very good condition, in original box together with a tin of partially full Webley Special pellets and a voucher in the tin to obtain a Webley badge for 4 vouchers and 40p (badge no longer available, we checked!). Also is a parts list with parts diagram for Senior mark 1 and Premier pistols.

Beautifully made replicas of Webley boxes from yesteryear,

ideal for collectors.

REPLICA WEBLEY PISTOL BOXES

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DIANA MODEL 2 PISTOLS

British made Diana model 2 with nickel plate finish, nice cosmetic condition but the spring is very weak and only loose fit pellets will exit if at all.

Stock number 3644

£44.00

Diana 2 marked Made In Great Britain. Fair condition with some original bluing, good spring and seal etc some marks and scuffs to the pistol grip.

Stock number 3645

£28.00

Diana 2 marked Made In Great Britain with a fair amount of its dark blue black finish to the metalwork and a fairly god pistol grip. Good main spring and seals, shoots well.

Stock number 3646

£29.00

Diana 2 not marked in any other way on the metalwork but has British Made stamped in the front of the pistol grip. This is unusual and not something we have seen before. Fairly good condition we believe this to be a very early model. No date on the grip unfortunately. Spring is ok. Original pellet loader is believed to be present. Fair condition overall.

Stock number 3647

£32.00

Diana 2 pistol marked Made In Great Britain with a e reasonable level of blue left to the metalwork slightly worn pistol grip. Spring is ok but not brilliant but the pellet exits every time.

Stock number 3648

£25.00

Similar to the GAT pistol, push the barrel in to cock the gun, the pellet then loads in to the back.

Stock No: 3714

Price: £44.00

Year: 1970s

Calibre: .177

PANTHER

RO71

This Italian made air pistol is in fairly good condition but with some of the paint flaking off revealing the zinc die cast body underneath. The pistol is complete and works even the sights are still functioning which is quite a surprise. Slight looseness on the grips. The polystyrene tray is broken and partially missing, the little scope mount referred to on the outside of the box is actually slightly broken with a piece of it missing. This was a Sussex Armoury import and with an original price label on the front indicating it was sold in Luton in a sports shop for £14.99. Allowing for inflation the thing has probably gone down in value over the years in real terms. As one would expect.

Stock No: 3713

Price: £40.00

Year: 1980s

Calibre: .22

PANTHER

RO72

This pistol was originally sold at a very cheap price and offered what seamed like a lot of value for money! A s such it would have been the first pistol for many shooters. Hopefully they were not too put off because really it is not that great a pistol. This example is in very good condition in its original polystyrene tray however the rear sight which is actually very fragile and shoddily made has been broken and it has been modified to its current state which it could be used to sight the pistol. This example actually shoots well with the .22 pellet coming out at its intended velocity. Obviously had only a little use but that did not stop the rear sight breaking. Some purchases will have fond memories of these. Some perhaps not so much, and may have been put off shooting altogether. Nevertheless we have found these to be very sellable and even collectable. This also has an applied Jackal stamping on the right hand side of the breach block which indicates it was imported by Sussex Armoury.

Stock No: 3715

Price: £65.00

Year: 1970s

Calibre: .177

MODESTO MOLGORA (MONDIAL)

ZIP

This Italian made pistol dating from the 1970s is actually quite a bit better quality than the RO71 and 72  which were made by a different Italian company. We are not saying it is high quality however. This example is in good condition with some paint loss to the painted finish but is in its original box with plastic tray and outer lid. This made by a firm called Modesto Molgora of Mondial and we have not had many of these in the shop over the years. Looking at it there is even a certain amount of style to shaping of the pistol grip and breach area. Better than its compatriots.