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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 no nonsense hunting rifle is in very good condition in its original box. It
shoots nice and smoothly now that the spring has been properly lubricated. Fitted
with open sights but a scope could be fitted and it has a recoil arrestor block for
Stock No: 68406
Year: Current model
This nice quality under lever rifle, clearly a copy of a much more famous item, is
in very good near new condition. It shoots really nicely at about 10.9 foot pounds
with RWS Supapoint pellets and is fitted with a 3-12x42 illuminated mil dot scope
with side parallax adjustment. The trigger is nice with a slightly spongy first stage
a good second stage. Nice build quality, we have not had many of these in our shop
at all. Plain stock, no checkering but nicely shaped. Lovely recoil characteristic,
very little recoil no surge. Very pleasant to shoot. Probably inherent in this design.
Stock No: 3842
This nice quality side lever air rifle is in excellent near new condition the metal
work remains all its original finish, the stock is very good apart from one area
where there does not seem to be any of the lacquered finish. It is difficult to
tell but it looks like it may have been produced like this because there is a slight
run of the lacquer going over the light area and it feels pretty much perfectly smooth
apart from where that drip of what appears to be the original lacquer is.in which
case it is poor quality control. Lacquer in our opinion. The white warning label
which is very fragile is still on the side of the stock with the anti bear trap mechanism.
The rifle is fitted with the correct muzzle break, a Webley name badge where the
rear sight sight would have been fitted and also fitted with a no brand name 4x40
Chinese made gloss finish scope in a one piece mount. The rifle produces reasonable
power level but does not sound particularly nice as these tend not to. A nice item,
you need to find the right pellet. Also supplied with its original owners manual.
A nice collector’s item also suitable for shooting who wants a compact carbine side
lever rifle. The power is about 10 foot pounds using RWS Supadome pellets with a
bit of twang to it and a bit of metallic twang. This is due to its short barrel and
the not great piston head on these. Also because the rifle has had very little use
as every now and then a shot tends to diesel.
The lack of lacquer at the backer.
Stock No: 3934
This is a superb German made hunting rifle, it is fitted with a Nikko Stirling 4
- 12 x 50 scope and a one piece mount. It also has a sound moderator fitted. It has
been given a very effective camo finish which has been superbly done. It shoots with
minimal recoil, minimal noise and is over 11 foot pounds. A lovely piece of kit in
very nice condition. Ideal for the hunter.
Stock No: 3859
HW77 mark 1
This is a very early HW77 dating from either late 1983 or first couple of months
of 1984. It shoots superbly, there is minimal recoil. It has had a new breech seal
fitted and the piston seal is not the original one that was fitted when new. Cocks
and shoots lovely. The metal work has had some level of refinishing, it is smooth,
rust free and areas of the cylinder are a little wishy washy. Overall not too bad.
The stock could probably do with refinishing its general wear and countless types
of surface finish to it overall a nice performing rifle producing about 11.5 foot
pounds with very little surge or recoil. Has the first 25mm diameter piston in it.
Fitted with a Simmons 4x32 scope, the cross hairs are very slightly broken in the
middle it does still adjust we have checked. With 2 piece mounts (Promounts). The
underlever retaining catch is also slightly broken a piece of metal missing but it
still performs its job perfectly.
Stock No: 3937
HW90K gas ram
This full power solidly made gas ram rifle is in good condition retaining most of
its original bluing. A few minor surface marks to the stock. Fitted with a nice clear
Nikko Sterling Gold Crown 4x40 wide angle scope which is in excellent condition.
This is gun that is really smooth to shoot. Made by Weihrauch in collaboration with
Theoben. Excellent hunting rifle.
Stock No: 3855
HW90 LEFT HANDED
This very nice quality gas ram powered air rifle is in excellent condition and working
at full power just shy of 12 foot pounds. A couple of new components have been put
in the end as it was under powered when we got it but in know shoots perfectly. Being
the long barrelled version this is actually much easier to cock than the HW90k version.
There is one small fault with the rifle in that there is a gauge in the wood deliberate
in the back of the stock which was presumably from some sort of earlier miss guided
power adjustment device. The rifle has now been sorted and works perfectly with minimal
recoil but full power. Fitted with a Richter Optik 3-9x40 mil dot scope in a one
piece mount which is in very good condition. No open sights fitted. This is a LEFT
Stock No: 3947
This Birmingham made rifle is in excellent condition, the metalwork retaining nearly
all its original blacking, the stock has a few minor surface marks. The rifle is
fitted with its original open sights and shoots well. A nice light weight hunting
rifle. Sadly no longer made by BSA in Birmingham.
Stock No: 3945
This classic air rifle is in fair condition. The metal work is a bit worn and a bit
brown. The stock has received a coat of varnish at some point and also has signs
of overall wear. Fitted with a Tasco Golden antler 3-9 x 40 scope with a wide angle
TV type image. The rifle is interesting in that the pistol grip cap is a very nice
brass one marked Venom and what would appear to be Don Blocksidge engraving on it.
fitted with a cocking aid which we believe to be a Venom one. Fitted with sling swivels.
Wether the internals have been done by Venom we do not know but a square section
spring is fitted but it does not appear to be an OX type as the coils are not as
sharply squared. The rifle produces around 10.2 foot pounds using Air Arms pellets
with a very pleasing discharge being quick and not much recoil. We have therefore
decided not to strip it down and get the power up as it shoots very nicely as it
is. We have fitted a new breech seal and removed all the inevitable lead plugging
that gets trapped in the breech. The lever now locks up properly. A good hunting
or target rifle, this was a very early mark 2 version. 25mm diameter piston.