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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)
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: 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.
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: 3854
HW90 GAS RAM
This solid nice quality rifle is a gas ram power plant sytem using the Theoben invented
gas ram and is marked Theoben on one side of the breach block. Fitted with a Nikko
Sterling silver crown 4x40 scope in a one piece mount. The rifle is in good condition
the metal work retaining all its original bluing, the stock has some surface marks
and scratches commensurate with a little use. These really do shoot nicely.
Stock No: 3856
This classic air rifle which has the longest production run of any individual airgun
model and is still in production today is in very good condition retaining most of
its original bluing. Fitted with its original open sights, single sided safety catch,
shoots nice and smoothly at about 10 foot pounds. The stock has a few very minor
surface marks and scratches and a couple of knocks above the trigger guard area on
one side. A good hunting rifle always know these to be nice and accurate guns.
Stock No: 3998
This is a superbly well made air rifle. It is beautifully constructed. This example
is as new in its original box with original charger and paperwork. However the design
is fundamentally flawed. It makes a loud noise when you cock it and does not put
out that much power, however we have tested them in the past and found them to be
accurate and a lot of fun to use. If you took it to a field target shoot you could
annoy them with the cocking noise! These were initially very expensive to buy and
the price tag reflected the quality. The design unfortunately meant it was doomed
to failure. This is a collectable item, we have charged it fully and it works fine.
These are getting scarce. This is the original battery fitted and it does work but
we do not know how many times it will cock the gun on a charge as it is a bit old.
Replacement batteries should be available. This gun would be ideal for a disabled
shooter where cocking a gun would be physically prohibitive.
Stock No 4154
This Gamo Shadowmatic is a break barrel spring piston repeating air rifle with a
linear magazine on top of the breach which loads a pellet each time you break then
close the barrel. This is a forerunner to the current Gamo Maxim Elite quickshot
which is being advertised as the first breakbarrel repeating air rifle. Conveniently
forgetting Gamos own previous model of a similar mechanism and also ones made by
Bergmann, Wagria, Em-Ge and Relum and probably others. Amazing what advertisers sometimes
“forget”. In as new condition in original box and shoots very well. This is same
magazine mechanism as fitted to the gamo paratrooper repeater and works well with
the correct size pellets. On this one because of the shorter loading tube for 10
pellets you can also fit a scope behind it and it is also a full power 10 foot pound
plus air rifle. Not many of these sold not for very long and certainly seems to have
been forgotten about by Gamo if their current advertising is anything to go by.
Stock No 4161
This air rifle is in very good cosmetic order and shoots at around 9.5 foot pounds.
It is fitted with its original open sights which are not broken which is something
rather unusual as they are extremely fragile. Some paint loss to the back block and
scuffs at the cocking link area and also scratches to the paint of the trigger guard.
Stock is good with a few minor surface scratches. The cylinder retains most of its
original paintwork finish. A good working example of this to be frank low point in
BSAs rifle production.
Stock No 4185
This surprisingly good quality and very sturdily made air rifle is in excellent near
new condition. The only sign of use is some very minor rubbing on the bottom of the
cocking link. The rest of the rifle is unmarked and as new. Fitted with a slide adjustable
rear sight, has scope grooves but there has never been a scope on it, prewar German
rifle this is in fact made in Poland in the 1970s. This example is the best one we
have ever seen.
This nicely made Japanese pump up rifle is in good condition retaining lots of its
original bluing just with very light wear to the finish in places. stock has a few
minor surface scratches and marks. It shoots well. the person we are selling it for
states that it has been restricted to five pumps, any over pumping could lead to
locking up of the valve and the rifle not working at all at all. five pumps give
just over 11 foot pounds using H and N field target trophy pellets. fitted with a
Parker Hale silencer, we can not see how it is attached it des not seem to be screw
on, might have been locktited on or something. either way this is a nice quality
item in good working order. also has some spiral grooves or scratches in the barrel
where some other sort of silencer appears to have been fitted in the past. came in
to us fitted with a scope that we have removed because frankly, my dear, it was rubbish.
Maybe we will stick it on a Webley Hawk!!!
This good quality break barrel rifle we believe to be an early Turkish made Webley
Longbow. It is in very good condition retaining most of its original black and a
few minor surface marks to the glossy finish of the stock. Shoots nice and smoothly
and around about 10 foot pounds with 14.9 grain pellets that we tested it with. Fitted
with a Leapers 3-9 x 40 scope with illumination but we have not tested the illumination
as the battery is dead. Fitted with a pepper pot style muzzle break. One of the best
safety catches fitted to an air rifle in that it is fully automatic resettable nice
and positive and locks the trigger before it can be released. A good hunting rifle
that is well 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.
Stock No 4156
This very good quality rifle is in excellent condition and mechanical order, its
shoots at about 11 ft pounds using RWS Supadome 14.5 grain pellets. As stated the
metal work is very good, the stock has a few minor surface marks and scratches to
the quite vulnerable lacquered finish. It has been used but carefully. Original open
sights are fitted, these are exactly as they should be. Shoots quite smoothly and
more powerful than most other Original 35 models we have tested.
Stock No 4249
This classic air rifle incredibly dates from 1976 the metal work is in superb original
condition, the stock has a few surface marks and some quite noticeable long shallow
scratches on the butt (re photos above). Fitted with its original open sights the
gun shoots nice and smoothly at about 10 foot pounds. Fitted with a lovely orange
butt pad which we believe is original to the gun. There would not have been many
177 models in this country in 1976 as everyone favoured 22. A nice classic example
of this longest production run air rifle that is available today.
Stock No 4273
VULCAN mark 1
This is a now not very often seen original and very good Webley Vulcan mark 1. The
metalwork i very good near new apart froma few small rust spots or patina on the
end of the barrel where it has been held to cock it. Original open sights are fitted,
stock is very good with just a few small specks to the fragile stained varnish finish.
Shoots nice and smoothly and consistently but a bit low at about 7 foot pounds. Probably
needs a new spring but we are not gonna do it because its a bit of a collector's
item in this condition.
Stock No 4272
This now seldomly encountered junior boy's rifle, which in these politically enlightened
times, could also be used by girls is in excellent condition retaining virtually
all its original bluing. Some surface surface scuffing of the stock varnish and a
couple of small minor knocks. Original open sights fitted, obviously had very little
use, a nice little rifle.
Stock No 4301
Whilst in good working order producing around 4 and an arf foot pounds this rifle
has clearly had a hard life or at least has been neglected for part of it. The metal
surface at the end of the barrel is rusty and pitted, the rest is grainy with light
pitting overall. Non original rear sight fitted but works fine. Original front sight
fitted. Good tightly fitting stock which has been rubbed down so the BSA markings
are only just visible. However there are no cracks or pieces of wood missing, all
original screws and fittings apart from the aforementioned rear sight. A working
example for some youngster or perhaps a restoration project with a severe polish
to the metal perhaps.
Stock No 4282
AIRSPORTER mark 2
This nice early Airsporter is in generally very good condition, there is some rust
spotting and light pitting to the barrel, the cylinder retains nearly all its original
finish with good clear photo etching on top of the cylinder. Original open sights
fitted being the nice flip up back sight. Has grooves but for the first type of scope
BSA made for it. Modern scopes will not fit. Stock is good with no cracks or defects
and most of its original polish on the stock. Overall a very nice example in good
A classic co2 rifle nicely made pretty much all steel and wood apart from the barel
band which is plastic. This example is in good condition retaining lots of its original
bluing, good solid mechanism, holds gas fine, shoots with decent power.
MODEL 400 1st variant
This is the 1st variant of the Crosman 400 which is a bolt action rifle with a magazine
for pellets on the side, it operates in a very clever method. Co 2 powered and operated
b pulling a knob at the back of the cylinder to fire. This example is in fair condition,
some wear to the metal work and overall to the stock, holds gas fine and shoots with
a good power. Does not seem to be any elevation slide for the rear sight. We think
three should be one. A nicely made rifle its a sham this system is not adopted now
by the current Chinese manufacturers of the clones of this type of rifle.
Stock No: 3864
This very solidly made East German rifle is in superb condition the metal work retaining
all its original deep glossy blue. It really do look nice! There are a couple of
small marks to the thin lacquer of the stock mostly on bottom of pistol grip, overall
a superb example. Nice quality adjustable sights, auto safety catch that locks the
trigger, the rifle produces about 6 foot pounds and shoots quite smoothly having
recently had a good coat of grease. It was as dry as a dry bone. Dem bones dem bones.
Screw heads are perfect, overall a really nice example.
Stock No 4315
Working action of a 335 Anshutz rifle, doing about 8 foot pounds. Needs a stock!
Good condition, good clean straight bore, no open sights.