RELUM Repetier Scarce little rifle in good order, mechanism works well but this
example is a bit low powered, good condition, you can see where Gamo got their idea
for the Paratrooper repeater although EM-GE and HAENEL had similar mechanisms on
air guns before the war. .177 £150 STOCK NUMBER 3657
3385 - Relum Tornado in very good condition and fitted with a Relum scope. £78.00
2771 - Relum LG522, new springs fitted £48.00
Stock No: 2513
This rifle is in excellent near new condition. It is in its original box. Any boxed
rifle is rare, but to have a nice quality Relum Tornado in box is unusual. When we
found this is was extremely dusty and greasy but we carefully cleaned it all off
and found it to be near new. We have replaced the springs as they were worn out,
it now produces around 10 foot pounds with the correctly chosen pellets which in
this case seem to be RWS hobby or superpoint. A collectors item in this condition
and also a good sturdily made hunting rifle, a cheaper price than some boring Spanish
Stock No: 3178
This solidly made rifle is in good condition, we believe the metal work has been
refinished to a good standard. There is one small gauge out of the stock above trigger
area. No scope rail is fitted but the open sights are present. The rifle shoots quite
smoothly the power being about 6 foot pounds with a good degree of accuracy typical
of this model.
Stock No: 3375
This very nice example of the first model of Relum under lever is in excellent condition
retaining virtually all its original condition on the metal work but some scuffs
to the lacquered or varnished finish of the very stylish stock. No fore sight hood
is fitted as these are too easily detachable and this one has long since been lost.
This is the first model with the very neat flip down rear sight giving two heights
of leaf and the short thickened part ahead of the tap. This is fitted with its original
scope ramp and all the screws are good. The cocking effort required of this model
is quite high as there is very little mechanical advantage once the cocking lever
reaches near the end of travel and the cocking link is pushing the spring directly
back. Best approached with a quick heavy pull on the lever. Shoots ok at about 7
foot pounds reasonably smoothly. A nice collector’s item of this not too often seen
very early Relum under lever.
Stock No: 2445
This very solidly made, robust little rifle is in fairly good condition with some
surface rust new springs have been fitted, it works well mechanically, some other
components have also been renewed, we have loads of Relum parts in stock so was worth
doing, shoots well at mid power and is ideal for a youngster.
Stock No: 3094
This nice solidly made little rifle is in excellent condition, all complete and original,
it has been properly stripped down and lubricated. Shoots very nicely, this is an
excellent junior beginner’s rifle (we speak from experience). Complete with its original
open sights and a scope could be fitted.
Stock No: 3785
This solidly made rifle is in good condition the metal work retaining virtually all
its original nice blue finish. Just going slightly brown on the barrel and cocking
lever visible in good light. The stock is a nice dark varnish finish which we think
is original, a few surface marks and scratches but nothing major. This looks better
than most Tornados which have a very light honey coloured school desk look finish.
This rifle shoots well but is hard to cock due to the leverage available on the articulated
cocking mechanism. As all of these designs are. Are components are original and complete
as it was made.
Stock No: 3786
This now classic Hungarian made rifle is in good condition the metal work having
some original finish but with some light browning here and there. The rifle is complete
and in good working order but very difficult to cock as they usually are. This is
the earlier model with the folded screw on scope rail which finding a scope that
fits slightly problematic.
Stock No: 3788
MODEL 822 TELLY
This very nice simple, solid rifle is in excellent near new condition with the metal
work retaining virtually all its original nice blued finish but with some slight
rust marks and spots to the barrel where it would have been cocked.this is an early
model with no scope rails fittings of any kind. Original open sights and the Tel;ly
badge are fixed to the stock which is also in very good condition with just a few
small scratches around the pistol grip area. Shoots nicely a good junior rifle also
collectable in this condition.
Stock No: 3909
This now classic design of air rifle is in excellent near new condition, it cocks
easily and shoots nicely. The stock is perfect. It has been fitted with a later scope
rail which would allow the fitting of current type scope mounts. This rail could
easily be removed just leaving the holes as originally supplied. Original open sights
are fitted, screws are perfect, the tap is quite tight but perfectly air tight, the
rifle has has almost no use. This is a really nice example. We have not had a better
Year: late 60s
This is a full power rifle producing just over 11 foot pounds. Condition is OK but
there is a crack through the pistol grip at the stock but it seems relatively stable.
This rifle is fitted with a Nikko Sterling 4 x 32 scope and would make an excellent
short range pest control rifle. In testing these rifles prove to be surprisingly
accurate even though it takes a fair old tug of the lever to cock it.
Stock No: 3789
This solidly made rifle is in fair condition complete and working. A new main spring
has been fitted and it shoots at about 9 foot pounds with BSA Elite pellets. This
has grooves for a scope, the stock is fair condition with some scuffs and scratches.
These were were very popular in 1960s and 70s because they could be bought through
mail order catalogues and paid in small installlments.