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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
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: 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: 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
Sock No: 3064
Year: Early 70s
HAWK MARK 1
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.
Stock No: 4124
This well built Webley air rifle shoots really well at around 8 foot pounds. Condition
wise its not fantastic however. No rear sight is fitted, it does instead have a Webley
4 x 15 telescopic sight. The metalwork is a bit brown and worn especially on the
barrel where it has been cocked to shoot. The stock is ok with some surface marks
and scratches and dents however there is damage around the front stock screws but
new screws have been fitted and this seems solid and perfectly serviceable. An excellent
junior rifle made of solid steel with no plastic in its construction.
This little junior rifle has been modified to take the fitted BSA 4x20 scope. It
works fine and is fairly good condition with most of the bluing being on the action.
The cocking link axis bolt is wrong having been replaced with a different nut and
bolt. Stock has numerous surface scratches and marks but would suit a young shooter
being supervised. A nice lightweight little rifle. Unfortunately nowt like this is
made any more.
Stock No: 4070
Calibre: .177 rifled
Stock No 4197
This famous military style Jackal air rifle is in fair condition. On shooting it
sounds very powerful and twangy, pokey but is only about 8 foot pounds. The open
sights have been removed in favour of a Nikko Stirling 4 x 32 adjustable objective
scope and solid mounts. A nice clear scope with mil dot reticle which fits the gun
well. Sling swivels fitted, the metal work is a little brown in places but the rifle
is basically complete even if not particularly plesent pleasent plesant pleasant
to shoot. To think the company that made these went on top produce the superb rifles
they do now.
Stock No: 3782
This junior rifle has been serviced with a new main spring and piston a and breech
seal. It produces around 8 foot pounds and is in fairly good condition. It has no
original op[en sights but is fitted with a 4 x 32 compact mil dot scope. A good entry
level rifle for a budding youngster.
Stock No 4200
This nice wooden stock lever action bb gun is in fair condition, some of the paint
has scraped/scratched off leaving it looking a bit tired. It functions perfectly
though, and is actually a nice solid made piece. The metal lever action and the well
finished wood stock. This example was made in Canada as opposed to the Daisy factory
in the U.S.A. We believe the rifles that were exported to the UK were more likely
to be made in the Canadian factory due to different tariff levels and import duties.
Shoots surprisingly fast velocity but nice and quiet. We think its got a 650 shot
reservoir around the barrel. A nice piece.
Stock No 4199
This Paratrooper is complete and working and in fair condition. There is a little
thinning of the bluing in places. It is the mark 1 version and is great fun to shoot
with its 25 shot magazine than enables you to simply break the barrel and it reloads
the next pellet ready for an immediate shot. Combine it with a walking target or
spinning/rotating target for a fun filled challenge.
Stock No 4184
Year: 1995 (?)
SHANGHAI AIRGUN FACTORY
This very solidly made side lever is in good condition, the metal work having its
correct slightly less than shiny black finish. The stock has some surface marks and
scratches but some of these may have been on there when it was made. Fitted with
its original open sights the rear sight being a removable fully adjustable all metal
unit. Build quality is actually good although the finish is your average Chinese
type pre BAM finish (approx year 2000). Shoots nice and smoothly at around 6 foot
pounds so would make a nice short range target rifle and in fact this did come from
a club where we purchased 6 rifles and this was the best of them having had the least
Stock No: 4071
Calibre: .177 rifled
This nice little junior rifle is in good working order and complete. The metal work
has gone a bit brown and slightly rusty on the barrel, fitted with a Panoptic 4 x
15 telescopic sight. the stock has a coat of varnish at some stage. Would suit a
young shooter being supervised while shooting. .177 rifled barrel, no open sights
complete and working.
Stock No 4209
PARATROOPER MARK 1
When this was launched it was a sensation. One of the first modern military looking
rifles. In fact its a bull pup configuration or semi bull pup as its been termed
by some makers long before the current crop of them. This example is in fair condition
the bluing being some what thin in places but the rifle is basically complete with
its open sights and working. Its obviously had some use but careful use and is in
good working order. Producing around 6 foot pounds.