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This Webley Hawk Mark 1 has been quite heavily modified from its original form. The
barrel, which is detachable, now runs through and fits in to the transfer port area,
the barrel lock has been converted to a lever action instead of the screw, there
is a muzzle weight put on top and the stock, which has been broken and repaired,
has got stippling round the grip. To be quite honest this is a bit of a faff to load
and fire. There we are, we are nothing if not honest! Could be used for parts or
an interesting project item. The safety catch and trigger mechanism works fine.
From A local cadet force, BSA Meteor .177 air rifle. Been recently serviced and fitted
with some new components and in good working order. Fitted with BSA 4 x 32 scope
and mounts A good local plinker or short range hunting rifle. Well used but in good
working order. No open sights are fitted.
Stock number 3120 priced at £70.00
Stock No: 3504
Calibre: .177 smoothbore
Tin plate type construction junior rifle the last of its type is in good cosmetic
order but it lacks a bit of oomph in fact some tight pellets do not come out unless
you cock it and shoot it a few times. Loose pellets do come out but with very very
low power. Presumably the spring or piston seal neads replacing or sorting out. Original
open sights are fitted, screw heads are good, stock is good Diana brass badge is
however a little torn and missing. Needs sorting out really unless you are ok with
a really low powered air gun.
Stock No: 3529
This is an interesting German made Webley air rifle. Made by Diana in Germany and
sold as the Webley Airwolf in the mid 1980s. On this example the metal work including
the open sights are in as new condition. The stock is very good but with some storage
marks and bumps which is e real shame as it prevents this being a minter. The rifle
shoots around 5 foot pounds maybe the spring needs a bit of lube or even replacing.
We have not taken it apart as the gun has obviously never been dismantled. A collector’s
item but could be shot as a nice quality junior rifle with fully adjustable open
sights and a good auto safety catch and good build quality.
Stock No: 3576
This is in fairly good condition with original sights, slight wear to the barrel
which gives it a Damascus style finish. Most of the action is good and all screws
are good and shoots quite nicely. This does have grooves for a telescopic sight.
Stock No: 3617
Superior quality rifle in excellent near new condition. A new mainspring has been
fitted and it produces a good mid power level of about 6 foot pounds. Open sights
are fitted. Cometas have always proved accurate wen we have tried them, and the engineering
quality is also good. In fact slightly better than other Spanish makes.
Stock No: 3540
Push in barrel rifle
This is an example of the now not often encountered Harrington GAT rifle. We believe
they had a high attrition rate as a lot were supplied to fair grounds and the casting
became broken due to excess leveradge put on the ally frame. Certainly seen a few
broken ones in the past. This example is in fair condition with the odd minor chip
to the paint but is in good working order with its original pellet loading tool and
some some minor wear to the stock work. An interesting variation on the well known
pistol we can think of very few other push in barrel rifles. We have seen an Australian
Stock No: 3621
Year: Current model
The Sig MCX is truly a fun gun! Powered by the large 88/90 gram CO2 cylinder that
sits neatly in the stock, this has a 30 round machine gun style belt click for air
rifle pellets. This example is in near new condition and fitted with an adjustable
reticle red and green dot sight
Stock No: 3539
This not very often seen dinky little side lever rifle is very nearly the smallest
air rifle that Diana ever made. It is one of the earliest side lever rifles that
we know of, cannot think of an earlier one actually. This was made in 1951 and is
in fairly good condition, the metal work seems to have a painted finish, the barrel
screws out for loading a pellet and the gun shoots at just over 2 and a bit foot
pounds which is quite surprising for something of this size. We have photoed it next
to a Rula for comparative purposes. It really is a small air rifle. Marked Diana
model 10 on the top and foreign on the side this is something that Diana collectors
should have that is not often encountered.
Stock No: 3698
MODEL 130 aka SNIPER
This an excellent gun thats lots of funs. This Daisy 130 was made by Gamo in Spain
and sold in the uk as the Sniper Repeater. This example is in excellent condition
retaining vertually all the original finish to the metal work and complete open sights.
There are a few minor marks to the stock where it has been knocked about during transport
and stotage. The rile shoots really nicely with a a 25 shot spring loading magazine
atop the cylinder. You can also use it single shot like. This example differs from
some of the other Sniper Repeaters we have seen in that it has an automattic safety
catch which has to pushed off before each shot. It is just afront the trigger and
you soon get used to it. 25 shots can be shotted very quickly though.
Stock No: 3761
PARATROOPER MARK 1
This classic fun gun is in good cosmetic order being complete and mechanicaly fine
apart from the spring is knackered. It only produces about 2.5 foot pounds but with
good consistency. The magazine mechanism works wel with the pelets we tried being
old Eley Wasp and Bisley Practice pelets. The rear sight windage screw is broken
but the stub it left can stil be used to make the sight adjustments. The elevation
screw is fine. This is the mark one version with a few areas where the finish is
lost to the pistol grip where it has been held but the bluing is generaly very good.
Now becoming very colectable.
Stock No: 3773
This classic solidly made under lever is in quite good condition, the metal work
being nice and smooth and shiny. The stock has an unusual finish it must be a later
modification the finish is a sort of red lacquer finish which would have looked quite
nice when done but unfortunately on one side there is a large number of knocks to
it where the under coat can be seen through the top finish. This rifle is fitted
with the original sight rail and unusually a telescopic sight that fits it. Namely
being a Nikko Sterling Japanese made mounty 4 x 20. The optics are a little milky
its not the best scope we have seen. A nice shooting item with its original open
sights fitted as well. Shoots at about 7 and a half foot pounds is is not as difficult
to cock as other examples we have seen of this model.
Stock No: 3765
This dinky little child size air rifle is in basically good condition retaining lots
of its black finish to the metal work. The rear sight is a replacement (a Relum unit)
which works fine, the cocking link axis bolt has had its nut replaced with a well
fitted and blued alternative part. Stock has some surface loss of its varnish but
nothing john major, the rifle cocks and shoots nice and easily. An excellent entry
level rifle for the budding youngster. There is a crack in the underside running
from the cocking link slot about 3” along but this does not affect the stability
of the rifle.
Stock No: 3751
This interesting little air rifle has a retractable and in fact detachable stock,
the camo effect on the wood work is original as produced by Norica, the metal work
of the barrel is a little worn and rubbed, the rifle is complete with its original
open sight and it shoots at about 5 and a half foot pounds and is fitted with a military
style sling. A very light weight little rifle with an unusual design.