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This very clever design of pistol allows 3 different powers to be achieved by various strokes of the pump mechanism. All are recoilless this example is in excellent condition in its original case and fitted with an AGS 2 x 20 pistol scope. These always prove very accurate. With just one easy stroke being needed for 10 metre target shooting up to 3 for short range pest control where a rifle int suitable. Excellent safety catch and trigger, these are a good quality pistol.
Stock No 4133
This is an early example of the model 6 pistol which uses the GISS contra piston system which makes the action truly recoilless by using two opposing pistons. One provides the power and the other balances the power piston effectively cancelling the overall recoil. This example is a very early model with the first type of rear sight, the long leaf type. It is also marked “Diana Model 6” on top of the cylinder. It is in fairly good condition, the metal work is smooth but with some visible thinning of the bluing to the cylinder and barrel. The grey butt stock has surface scratches and marks. The piston seal compensation washer and breech seal have very recently been replaced and the pistol shoots very nicely. A great gun to shoot that is recoilless.
Stock No 4150
Stock No 4164
This is one of our favourites. A really compact nice quality little pistol with its barrel running concentrically within an oval shaped piston. This is probably unique, using an o ring stretched around an oval shaped piston to make the pistol more compact. It uses an over lever cocking mechanism and this example shoots quite well. Fair condition with some marring to the finish of the cylinder on one side. Nice quality checkered wood grips, pellet storage in the grip. Solid feeling design, a shame they are not available any more.
Stock No 4139
Year: current model
Calibre: .177 pellet/4.5bb
The clip on this CO2 powered pistol has 3 8 shot mags neatly stowed. You can use bbs (cheaper than pellets) or pellets (more expensive than bbs!) although pellets give a higher level of accuracy. The pistol is mostly metal construction with a good solid feel and is great to shoot. This one is boxed in as new condition with instruction manual and some targets that have been shot at for test purposes by the previous owner.
Stock No 4367
This is a the last bitrmingham made incarnation of the famous Wevbley pistol. This example is in excellent condition retaining viertually all its original finish. The front shroud is also very good with all the writing on it clear and crisp. Obviously not had a lot of use. Unfortunately no box or manual.
ANYONE FOR A GAT TYPE PISTOL?
Antique, very good condition
Very good condition
Made for Umarex, as new condition.
Pre war, some wear to nickel plating
British, 1970s, very good condition.
Stock No 4149
HARRINGTON GAT original chrome plated, .177 very good condition c1960s £45.00 Stock number 4369
Stock No 4368
Stock No: 3962
Year: cearly 1960s
This is a custom long barrel version of the Webley mark 1 pistol, the age and origin of the barrel is unknown we suspect it is more recent than the pistol, it has been given a black enamel or thick paint coating, nice crisp .22 rifling, cocks and shoots fine, little bit stiff but Webley mark 1 can be like that. Produces 2.3 foot pounds muzzle energy using Air Arms pellets. An interesting customisation. In effect because of the cocking arc the barrel could of actually been a lot longer or even have been fitted with a silencer but that is something for the future perhaps. Pistol is in good condition with some mild mottling and pitting overall, good solid grips with no chips or cracks, original rearsight fitted and little foresight bead built on to the barrel.
Stock No 4425
Year: 1950s or 60s
This is a classic Harrington GAT pistol. This pistol retains most of its original nickel plating although we believe it may have been described as chrome which is what it probably be. Good condition, shoots well, fires darts corks or pellets. With its original inserter pin.