Items that are shown with a blue envelope can be either purchased from our shop or
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
Replica of the Mauser K98 in as new condition and in full working order fitted with
a leather sling and complete with its original tool set and instruction manual. Also
has a leaflet indicating that it might be a gas ram but we think it is actually a
mainspring fitted type.
Stock No: 3629
This very earl;y impoert of the Chinese version of the Crosman 160 is in excellent
near new condition in its original box. The stock finish is particularly nice. This
example has the identification number serial number plate on the butt plate. Its
also in 177. This may have been produced as early as 2004 as far as we can make out
from the serial number. This was before Sportsmarketing started to bulk import them.
Complete with its original manual and boxed.
Stock No: 3695
This Birmingham, England made air rifle is in excellent near new condition it is
the last of the British Supersports with the checkered stock. Fitted with open sights,
no foresight hood but the sight was not made to take one. Shoots really well, nice
and smoothly, excellent power.
Stock No: 3624
This Air Arms Firepower version of the famous Jackal rifle is in fair condition the
metal work is a bit brown, shoots smoothly at around 9 foot pounds perhaps a little
more with pellet selecting. It is fitted with a steel muzzle weight which we do not
think is Air Arms made and a Milbro clearview 3-9 x 32 military style telescopic
sight with illumination which suits this gun very well. This is the Firepower vesion
of the sidelever which would have originally been fittted with a tubular magazine
device however this has been removed as they do prove problematic if not used correctly.
A former owner’s name has been scratched in to the side of the stock which is a shame,
you might be able to remove it but it would leave a mark we think.