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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 interesting design of air pistol is in very good near new condition retaining
virtually all its original finish just with a couple of very minor surface marks
to the quite fragile lacquer finish of the grips. Complete in its original box with
instruction manual/parts list. Box is also in very good condition. A nice collectors
item also fun to shoot. With a Milbro Caladonian pellet box with some pellets in
Stock No: 3952
This is a bog standard example of its type in very average condition, working, complete,
spring is a little worn, no special merit to it apart from its price! Would make
a good junior pistol as its quite easy to cock. It would be a shame to break it up
for parts as its complete and working.
Stock No: 3905
JUNIOR (tin grip)
This prewar tin grip Webley Junior is complete all original components it is in fair
condition the metal work having gone mat and slightly grainy overall also more wear
to the barrel where it is held and cocked.
Stock No: 3918
Webley Senior is complete and good working order although the spring is a little
bit worn making it easier to cock but the pistol does shoot fine. One side of the
pistol shows its lovely original deep glossy smooth black shiny finish the other
has suffered a bit of wear and even a bit of pitting on the high point where it has
clearly laid for some years on a damp surface. Probably moist cardboard. The grips
are perfect the barrel lock up is fine, original sights are there. These really are
a nice quality pistol. Its just one side small area which lets this down from being
an excellent example. Some light scratches overall to the finish but mostly good.
COMMISSION SALE VT70
This rarely seen Relum or FEG product is in fair condition, the metalwork a bit brown
and grainy. It is complete and working. This is known as an Artex although we think
Artex may be the exporting company that dealt in Hungarian made products. The only
markings on the pistol are “made in Hungary”. The front sight is a standard late
Relum sight, the rearsight is a very innovative and neat little device which uses
a pivot to provide elevation and little locking screws to provide windage adjustment.
The pistol shoots, the grip is complete although a little marked. An interesting,
rarely seen Hungarian product from the Relum stable.