Deactivated Guns – Historical and Modern, Service and Civilian Firearms

The deactivated guns are demilitarised/decommissioned firearms that serve as collection items and don’t require a license to own.

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1899 Long Lee Enfield Mk 1 Deactivated Rifle

£1,750.00

An Excellent Example of A 1899 Enfield 1899, J.E. I* 1

1922 Dated Norway/Denmark Krag–Jørgensen Bolt Action Marksmen Rifle – Deactivated

£595.00
~ 1922 Dated Norway/Denmark Krag–Jørgensen Bolt Action Marksmen Rifle – Deactivated ~ The piece is serial numbered 1515869 and bears

1941 Dated Bren Mk II Light Machine Gun – Deactivated

£1,200.00
~ 1941 Dated Bren Mk II Light Machine Gun – Deactivated ~ A nice early example of a gun heavily

1945 Dated WW2 Japanese Arisaka Type 38 Rifle Deactivated Bolt Action

£880.00
~ 1945 Dated Late WW2 Japanese Arisaka Type 38 Rifle Deactivated Bolt Action ~ This is an example of a

1961 Israeli 9mm MP UZI Submachine Gun

£600.00
~ 1961 Israeli 9mm MP UZI Submachine Gun ~ This is an early type with the wooden stock. The gun

1968 Deactivated Walther TP Cal 6.35 mm

£510.00
The slide is stamped on the left side with “Walther TP Cal. 6,35 Ulm/Do”. The pistols serial number “008131” is

19th Century Iron Cannon

£775.00
Here we have a small iron cannon of 19th century design. This small iron cannon has a full bore and

A 1922 Dated Italian Castelli Model 1899 Revolver of 10.4mm Calibre

£855.00
~ A 1922 Dated Italian Castelli Model 1899 Revolver of 10.4mm Calibre ~ Whilst these are rare enough pieces, this

A 1952 Czechoslovakian 7.62mm CZ 25 (VZ 48b) Submachine Gun – Deactivated

£500.00
This example has a folding stock. The CZ Model 25 (properly, Sa.25 or Sa-48b or samopal vz.48b (samopal vzor 48

A Deactivated Bernardelli-Gardone V.T. Semi-Automatic Pistol Cal.22

£425.00
~ A Deactivated Bernardelli-Gardone V.T. Semi-Automatic Pistol Cal.22 ~ This pistol is the 1950’s sport version of the Bernardelli Model

A Deactivated Enfield No2 Mk1 .38 Tankers Revolver

£695.00
The Enfield No. 2 was a British top-break revolver using the .38/200 round manufactured from 1930 to 1957. It was

A M56 Yugoslavian Sub-Machine Gun and kit – Deactivated

£450.00
~ A M56 Yugoslavian Sub-Machine Gun and kit – Deactivated ~ The M56 submachine gun is a Yugoslavian submachine gun