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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: 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: 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.
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 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 use.
Stock No 4262
VULCAN (CUSTOMISED HYBRID!)
According to the top of the cylinder this is a Webley Vulcan. Its not a Vulcan we have ever seen before. Firstly it has a flat ended cylinder end cap which was fitted to the Victor, the front sight is a diopter peep sight and appears to be a Weihrauch and the rear sight is a Milbro style diopter sight. The rifle produces about 9 foot pounds it has a late trigger similar to a Webley Vulcan series 3 which has a grooved front with a curved profile. The stock is also unusual, it is not a Victor one it has got an ambidextrous cheek piece and a flat black plastic butt plate. Overall a bit of an enigma, could be made up from several parts, looks like its been done well and would make a nice junior target rifle. In good condition the metal work going a little bit brown but mostly ok all components seem to be in good order. Has provision for a rear sight on the breech block but none is fitted. Seems to have been assembled for paper target or bell target shooting.
Stock No 4303
Year: c2000 (?) still current
This nice interesting design of junior sidelever rifle is in excellent condition. Fitted with a target diopter rear sight and front sight. No open rear sight. Supplied with 2x five shot magazines and its original cleaning rod. A good little short range target rifle, very lightweight nice and easy to sock, generally a good thing.
Stock No 4288
AIRSPORTER MARK 2
This classic BSA IS IN FAIR CONDITION NOT GREAT THE METAL WORK HAS GONE MOSTLY BROWN AND THE ETCHING IS VIRTUALLY INVISIBLE (CAPS LOCK, sorry) Original front sight fitted, the rearsight appears to be a modified original is not folding but does have a usable notch even though it seems a bit low down. Stock is ok surface marks scratches and wear but not cracked. Paintwork on the trigger block a bit worn and scratched. The rifle does shoot ok. Tap opens automatically and it is quite smooth to shoot. A very average middling example which could be tidied by someone with a bit of time . Price reflects that really. Shoots at about 8 foot pounds with BSA elite pellets. Quite a punchy recoil.
Stock No 4232
HAWK mark 1
The rifle truly represents the low point in Webley manufacturing quality as far as we are concerned. They are not a great rifle. This example is in good condition retaining most of its original finish. No open sights as they tend to just break of their own accord such is the poor quality of them! Fitted with a Tasco 4 x 20 Japanese made scope. The safety catch on this rifle actually works which is quite remarkable in itself. We give no guarantees it will continue to work! Stock has surface marks and scratches through the horrible honey covered varnish. Cocks and shoots fine (as they go). This is an…example!
Stock No 4261
AIRSPORTER GI series
This classic model of under lever air riufle is in good cosmetic condition and fair working order. No open sights are fitted but has a Ceterpoint 4x32 compact scope and a one piece mount. Shoots ok at around 9 foot pounds, stock is also quite good. This rifle was well regarded in its day.
Stock No 4349
This very nice quality rifle is in excellent near new condition having had very little use. It comes with an 8 shot magazine which is the standard rotary 8 shot type. It uses 2 co2 capsules which are housed in the butt stock. Complete with its original open sights.
Stock No 4361
This is a nice solidly made, well finished rifle. This example is in very good condition the metalwork retaining all its original finish. The stock is good but unfortunately someone has lightly scribbled their name on the butt of the stock being John something which might be Andrews but not legible, luckily they were not too heavy handed. Not foresight hood, original back sight, the rifle cocks and shoots with good power. A nice lightweight rifle. We had one of these in the form of a Webley Victor when we were 14 and found it to be a good accurate gun.
Stock No 4362
This is an unusual little rifle, now quite scarce, they were not made for long before Harrington closed down their business. This example is in fair condition, we believe it is missing a plastic shroud that should be around the spring but it does function and shoot fine. Paintwork has scratches and marks of use and the loading pin is almost certainly a very nicely made replacement not original. The writing that would have been on the grip that said “Never let your little gun pointed be at anyone” is now virtually all gone but it is good advise anyway. This shoots darts or pellets with a similar accuracy to the pistol or perhaps slightly better.