Items that are shown with a blue envelope can be either purchased from our shop or
you can have them delivered directly to your home address.
Items where no envelope is shown can be purchased from our shop or you can have them
sent to a registered fire arms dealer near you, and you collect it from them. To
order an item from us phone 01243 827500
This classic air rifle is in fairly good condition all complete and working apart
from the tap lever which is a replacement of a later style. Original sights fitted,
the metal work itself has gone brown on top of the cylinder but retains some original
finish here and there. Screw heads are OK stock is nice not cracked and it has the
original Webley badge on. Evidence of a couple of filled in holes on one side, not
too visible. Shoots alright, action is quite tight.
Stock No: 2912
Year: mid 1980s
VULCAN series 2
This excellent example is in very good condition having had little or no use. It
produces just under 12 ft/lbs. We suspect the rear sight may be later as usually
these have white marks although it may be that towards the end of the production
of the series 2 they changed over. There is one scratch down one fore end side which
is unfortunate but otherwise the gun is in excellent condition.
Model 4 HSo4
This less often seen sidelever air rifle is in good condition retaining most of its
original bluing, original open sights are fitted, has a neat little tap loader, stock
has possibly been rubbed down and is fitted with an adjustable butt plate. Not particularly
powerful but very accurate we believe being that it is a Hammerli. The bar under
the barrel is truly a barrel weight.
This item is sold on behalf of a third party so CAN be sent directly to you.
PRICE REDUCED ON INSTRUCTION OF SELLER
Stock No: 1892
This interesting dainty little rifle is an unusual item made in France as a companion
piece or perhaps a lower model in the range to the Eureka shown above. It has the
appearance of a prewar gun but we believe it dates from the 1960s. It is in good
condition just with a few scuff marks and surface marks to its paint finished mechanism.
Original finish to the stock with a little sticker on it saying the model name. No
other markings are present, it is functioning and in nice order. It bears a resemblance
to the Speedy gun of the 1920s/30s though this may be only superficial.
Stock No: 3186
Price: £56 00
An interesting and un usual little rifle with features of early Gems in the form
of a barrel block and the barrel catch which is made from a lightweight casting.
There are not many French air rifles about at all this is one of them. Condition
is fairly good retaining most of its enamelled black finish. The top of the cylinder
reads Eureka brevet SGDG made in France. A date stamp under the stock indicates it
was made in 1957 although the design makes it look like a pre first world war gun.
In working order smooth bore barrel an interesting and un usual addition to any air
gun collection. Straight hand shot gun style stock,
STIGA break barrel 1950-60 .177 smoothbore very good condition barrel axis bolt appears
to be a replacement, shoots well, very rare, STIGA Travas, Sweden on top of cylinder
and enamel Stiga logo badge on side of stock. Commission sale £75.00
Stock No: 3240
ECLIPSE mark 1
This really nice quality, British made, under lever rifle is in excellent near new
condition. Fitted with its original open sights however the front sight hood is missing.
The stock is virtually un marked again in near new condition. The rifle shoots at
about 10.5 foot pounds, is nice and consistent. Best safety catch on the market as
it is automatic, fully re settable and positive in use. This is a nice quality rifle
which as well as being completely shootable and usable is also becoming a collector’s
item specially in this untouched condition. Also has the optional screw in short
Stock No: CS10
This pre charged pneumatic rifle was made as a left handed stock but has been skilfully
modified for right handed or left handed shooting. Fitted with a 3-9 x 40 illuminated
scope and a sound moderator. Also has quick fill adapter device. Shoots very accurately.
This item is sold on behalf of a third party so CAN be sent directly to you.
Stock No: W725
This is a really nice good honest condition late Webley Mark 3 rifle retaining virtually
all the original bluing to the cylinder but with slight thinning and blotching to
the barrel which is still smooth. The rifle has obviously had very little use but
perhaps has not been stored in the best conditions or has been put away damp to allow
the barrel to tarnish slightly. The stock is good with no major cracks, a few minor
scratches, but the Webley medallion has been rubbed out to white, there is nothing
left of the Webley name on it which is a shame (although we do sell new badges if
you want to replace it, see Webley rifle parts page). The tap lever screw is an obvious
replacement being a very nice engraved head shot gun style screw which does a perfect
job and actually looks better than the original. All other screw heads are excellent.
The rifle cocks and shoots fine with a good powerful spring and very very good tight
Stock No: 3449
This superbly made air rifle is in excellent near new condition and excellent working
order. The metal work is pretty much as new, fitted with its original open sights
and a nice quality leather sling on swivels which seem to be the factory fitted ones.
The stock has a few minor surface scratches and marks, the gun has had very little
use. It shoots very well at about 10.5 foot pounds this is the version with the squared
off pistol grip like an HW80 no finger grooves to the front. We are not sure these
were produced for very long. Complete with its original owner’s manual. The rifle
shoots at 11.2 foot pounds with good consistency using RWS Superdome pellets.
Stock No: 3548
This highly regarded classic air rifle dating from 1972, is in very good condition
the metalwork retains virtually all its original finish and original open sights
are fitted. There are some small surface marks and nocks to the stock and very nice
Japanese made Rhino 4 x 40 scope is fitted with with slightly more recent scope mounts.
The rifle shoots at a good consistent 9 foot pounds, and is quite smooth to shoot.
A vintage classic indeed.
Stock No: 3563
This nice quality German air rifle is in quite good condition, the metal work retraining
some of its original finish but has gone slightly mat through time. Original open
sights are fitted, a leather sling has been fitted on to a swivel which has been
neatly welded we assume to the barrel and swivel screwed in to the stock. The stock
itself has numerous surface marks and scratches through the varnish but would clean
up nicely, the rubber butt pad has perished and gone hard over time. The rifle shoots
at about 9 and a half foot pounds so very well for its age and probably not far off
of what it would have done when new as these were not actually 12 foot pounders at
the time. Even though that limit did not exist in 1967 when this rifle was made.
Stock No: 3577
Ifle is in fairly good complete condition with back having turned slightly brown
and slightly grey. The stock is nice with a good clear BSA stamping but the cross
grain strengthener and the pistol grip has swelled slightly so stands slightly proud
of the pistol grip. Neverthelesstherearenocracks or movement in it at all. A new
breech washer has been fitted and the rifle shoots very well probably up to original
specs. As we said the stock is quite smooth and looks very nice.
RED BOB’S BELL TARGET
Hit the bullseye on this very substantial, British made target, and the bell gives
a clear, undeniable BING that you have hit the bull. Lid lifts up to put paper targets
in. Fun or serious competition or just to show off what a great shot you are!.
Made by a local craftsman in Bognor Regis.
Shipping is £14
Order code: BOBS BELL TARGET
COLOUR: BLACK/GOLD (enquire for latest)
STOCK NUMBER: 3691
This left often seen deluxe version of the BSA Airsporter is in quite good condition
the metalwork retaining most of its original blue finish. No open sights are fitted
the tap lever appears to have been slightly modified by thinning down for some reason
and there are a couple of very small holes which have been filled on the fore end
next to where the open sights would have originally have been. The rest of the stock
is in good order, a nicely grained piece of walnut with no serious marks or scratches
just very light wear. Fitted with a 4x32 compact scope which gives the correct eye
relief on this rifle which can prove problematic with scope fitting. The gun shoots
at around 10.4 foot pounds with RWS Supadome pellets with a smooth recoil it shoots
quite nice, a good working gun.
Stock No: 3723
This BSA Cadet Major has been refinished to a very high standard with the metal work
looking new polished black metal. The stock has also been refinished to a very high
standard but with a BSA logo the little rubbed down. Its nice n shiny and really
does look a nice rifle fitted with its original rear sight and front sight and shoots
Stock No: 3725
This very high quality underlever is in superb condition it shoots at 11.5 foot pounds
with a very plesent shooting characteristic. The metal work is pretty much like
new the stick has a few minor surface marks unfortunately the knocks on the stock
show up quite a lot because of the lacquer finish. The gun has obviously had very
little use. Original open sights are fitted. This is the mark 2 version with the
much neater underlever catch system. An excellent quality hunting rifle now quite
collectable especially in this condition..
Stock No: 3752
This rifle is in fairly good condition, the metalwork being mostly shiny but perhaps
a little bit brown when viewed in good light especially on the cocking lever where
it has obviously been used. Stock is OK, without major marks, some surface marks.
The Webley medallion has been rubbed over and is now just a plain white badge. All
the components are complete, what makes this rifle so good is its performance. It
is one of the best working Webley Mark 3 we have ever found. It does 11 foot pounds
with RWS Hobby pellets and also BSA Elite. It works superbly. The spring is very
very good and the seal is perfect . Mechanically the gun is as it should be apart
from the tap lever screw which is an obvious replacement. A collector’s item but
also very shootable.
Stock No: 3708
This nice quality British made air rifle is in good condition. The metal work retains
lots of its original black finish with just a slight odd scuffing or wear mark. The
stock has e few surface scratches and dings, nothing major but looks very slightly
tired. The original open sights are fitted the excellent safety catch works superbly,
the rifle shoots nicely with a pleasant recoil characteristic and produces about
11.2 foot pounds. The barrel lock works very neatly as it should. The overall quality
of this rifle is good as we said. Originally this would have been fitted with sling
swivels however these have been removed leaving an empty hole in the bottom of the
stock and a slight shadow mark on the barrel where the swivel was fitted. A classic
British air rifle. The Webley Omega was Webley’s stab at competing with Weihrauch
air rifles however it was not as successful as it should have been as at the time
they introduced it the Weihrauch HW77 became available and whilst this was clearly
meany to compete with Weihrauch HW35 and 80 the 77 was a much better shooting rifle
although the Omega was a much better gun than the very popular Vulcan which preceded
it and introduced the safety catch which is still used on some Turkish made rifles
today and is one of the best safety catches available being ambidextrous resetable
and very positive. A nice rifle really.
Stock No: 3811
METEOR MARK 1
This very early mark 1 meteor is in fair condition. No photo etching is visible on
cylinder, bluing having worn to a light grey finish. The stock is in fairly good
order retaining most of its original finish, this is fitted with a metal end cap
which was only used on the first few thousand rifles and was then replaced with a
plastic one. This is nice in that is the 177 mark 1 and is in fairly good working
order as well. Fitted with a Relum rear sight as the original one was missing as
they so often re on these. Original front sight fitted and the screws all seem ok.
Stock No: 3801
This very nice junior rifle is in excellent condition retaining most of its original
bluing, nice clear photo etching on top of the cylinder, original open sights fitted.
The stock has a few surface scratches and marks of use but a nice clear BSA stamping
on the stock. Overall an excellent and original condition item. Only problem is that
the front sight has been modified or repaired or adjusted with the addition of weld
to the front sight. Maybe the original one broke and was repaired by welding. Either
way that is the only thing that lets down this excellent gun.
This highly sought after superb looking air rifle is in generally very good condition.
It shoots at about 10.5 foot pounds using RWS Supapoint pellets. It is fitted with
a Japanese made Hunter 3-9x40 scope which is in itself a classic scope. The rifle
has a few cosmetic marks to the stock and there is paint loss to the leading edges
of the loading tap and the trigger guard. The rifle has had some use. The original
front sight is fitted, the original rear sight is supplied separately but has been
removed for the scope to be fitted. The under lever is not highly shiny it appears
a bit dull and may have been made like this, or may be very slightly worn through
use. Overall a very good example not mint but still in a very nice collectable condition.
Stock No: 3820
With this rifle its all about performance. It shoots superbly at 11.5 foot pounds
with minimal recoil and noise. This is really one of the best performing BSA Airsporters
of any era that we’ve ever encountered. The condition of the rifle itself, the metal
work is not too bad a light patina overall and the photo etching on top of the cylinder
is just visible but a brown patina over it. Some paint loss to the trigger guard
but most of the paint on the rear trigger block remains. The tap is in perfect working
order and the open sights are fitted with a little flip up rear sight. The stock
is nice and smooth its a 3 piece stock for unfortunately there is a large crack on
the underside of the stock running towards the butt. The wood seems to be is not
going to come off or anything but it is annoying as otherwise a reasonably nice gun.
There are no cracks or breakages at the pistol grip and the gun could probably be
used as it is indefinitely.
Stock No: 3834
This really nice little junior rifle is in excellent near new condition. There is
some slight speckling and rust spots on the barrel, this is due to it having been
stored in its original box for many years. The has obviously had very little use
and all fittings and screws and sights etc are in perfect condition. Slight rubbing
of the stock, again probably from the sides of the box rather than from use. A very
nice example in very good working order with a good barrel lock up and spring. They
do not make junior rifles this size any more which is a pity. This as well as being
a collector’s item it would suit a young lad admirably (subject to adult supervision
at all times of course).
Stock No: 3823
Calibre: .177 rifled barrel
MODEL 75 (SERIES 70)
This very nice little junior rifle represents the very last of these tin plate style
rifles which started with the Diana 22 in Germany in the 1920s. This one was produced
in 1976 and is in virtually new condition. It has obviously had no use. It even has
the white paper warning label on the bottom of the stock. There are a couple of very
small scratches to the fore end of one side, the rest of the stock is perfect. Contained
in its original box with a little hanging tag that hangs on the trigger guard. Needles
to say the gun shoots fine and its size means it is most practical for a younger
boy or girl. A nice collector’s item which is in perfect working order.