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1855 Pattern Lancaster’s Percussion Rifle and Bayonet Muzzleloader

£3,650.00
This is an excellent example of a Lancaster rifle and its bayonet and scabbard. In 1846 Lancaster constructed a model

1886 Enfield Mk IV Martini-Henry .577 Cal. Rifle

£1,650.00

Marked VR beneath the Crown, Enfield 1886, broad arrow beneath the crown and IV. 1.

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

19th Century White Metal Mounted Matchlock Jezail Rifle Muzzleloader None Rifles

£325.00
~ 19th Century White Metal Mounted Matchlock Jezail Rifle ~ An above average example of its type, with engraved to

Afghan Copy Of An 1858 Pattern 2 Band Enfield

£395.00
~ Afghan Copy Of An 1858 Pattern 2 Band Enfield ~ The musket is a native copy of the 1858

Deactivated AR180 Assault Rifle Semi-Auto 5.56 mm Rifles

£925.00
~ Deactivated AR180 Assault Rifle ~ It was made in the UK by Sterling on behalf of Armalite Inc, California.

Deactivated B.S. A. Model No. 13 .22″ cartridge (not airgun) underlever target rifle

£325.00
The deactivation certificate is dated 03/09/03. The barrel is marked “Made by The Birmingham Small Arms Co Ltd, England, Cartridge

Deactivated Remington M700 Tactical Sniper Rifle

£1,500.00
Its deactivation certificate is dated 17th May 2011 so it will be updated to the 2019 EU/UK Spec. The rifle

Deactivated Schmidt Rubin M 1911 Straight Pull Rifle Bolt Action

£475.00
The Schmidt–Rubin rifles were a series of Swiss Army service rifles in use between 1889 and 1958. They are distinguished

Inert WW1 British No 20 Mk 1 Hales Rifle Grenade

£375.00
~ Inert WW1 British No 20 Mk 1 Hales Rifle Grenade ~ The grenade has a steel rod, brass fuse