We buy from single items to collections and part exchange on any item is always considered.
RESERVED ITEMS: We will mark the item 'RESERVED' for 7 days from the order date, after which time if no payment has been received, then the item will be available for resale.
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|NEW SPEC DEACTIVATED 4” BARREL .357” MAGNUM REVOLVER in superb condition showing minor signs of use to the deep blued metalwork finish as with the walnut grips, showing little or no wear. Marked ‘TROOPER MKIII’ to barrel with Colt logo and address to other parts of the pistol, a nice revolver in good order. With full working actions and can be stripped, deactivated by T Abrams in 2010. (Price includes P&P)||£395.00|
|NEW SPEC DEACTIVATED .38CAL 4” BARREL COLT POLICE POSITIVE REVOLVER in good order showing signs of use to blued metalwork finish with nice clean wooden grips showing no cracks or splits. Good tight working action with a clear over bored barrel, complete with Colt logo, lanyard ring and matching numbers. With full working actions and can be stripped, deactivated by Ryton Arms in 1996. (Price includes P&P)||£295.00|
|NEW SPEC DEACTIVATED 7.62MM TT33 TOKAREV PISTOL dated 1951 and in really nice condition showing a nice deep blued metalwork finish throughout with very minor signs of use, grips are in good order and show no cracks or splits. Comes complete with, cleaning rod, full matching numbers, including magazine, X10 inert rounds, spare 7 shot magazine, holster and lanyard strap. With full working actions and can be stripped, deactivated by Ryton Arms in 2009. (Price includes P&P)||£325.00|
|SCARCE OLD SPEC DEACTIVATED .38CAL WEBLEY MKIII POLICE REVOLVER CIRCA LATE 1800-1948 in good original condition showing signs of service use to the metalwork, with some signs of the original bluing in places, grips appear to be original and show natural wear in places, but no cracks or splits. This example is the 4” barrel version and retains the W&S logo to frame, with Birmingham and London address to barrel, matching frames, lower and upper, none matching cylinder. Due to wear and tear when the cylinder is in the open position it tends to come off this is due to metal wear to lever, if held by hand no problems just needs some TLC!! This should not detract from the overall pistol as it has a nice strong working action and complete with 6 post war inert rounds for display. This is a rare pistol and would complement any Webley collection. With full working actions and can be stripped, deactivated by World Wide Arms in 1992. (Price includes P&P)||£495.00|
|NEW SPEC DEACTIVATED 9MM WALTHER P38 PISTOL in very good condition, showing a nice deep blued metalwork finish, with brown Bakelite pistol grips showing no cracks or splits. This example is WaA marked and has full matching numbers‘d’ suffix serial number 1943-45 Spreewerk manufacture. At some point this piece as been highly polished and blued with high polished trigger, ejector, hammer, safety catch stop slide and barrel release lever, post war magazine. With full working actions and can be stripped, deactivated by Worthing Guns in 2015. (Price includes P&P)||£495.00|
|NEW SPEC DEACTIVATED 9MM GP35 BROWNING HIGH POWER PISTOL in very good condition, showing a nice deep blued metalwork finish, with superb wooden grips. This example at some point as been highly polished and blued with high polished trigger, stop slide, hammer, magazine catch and safety catch, no manufactures marks with matching barrel and lower frame, some slight surface pitting to front top slide, other than that a nice piece. With full working actions and can be stripped, deactivated by Worthing Guns in 2015. (Price includes P&P)||£475.00|
|OLD SPEC DEACTIVATED .45CAL COLT 1911A1 AUTO PISTOL in very good condition throughout showing a grey parkerized finish to metalwork showing signs of use, grips are original and show natural wear with no cracks or splits. Serial number dates this example to 1944, with a Remington Rand lower frame with Colt top slide, a very common practice after WW2 as most of these pistols were FTR’D, marked 1911A1 US Army, with FJA inspectors stamp to lower frame comes complete with X5 inert rounds (not pictured) and a clear over bored and pinned barrel with locking lugs intact. With full working actions and can be stripped, deactivated by Manton arms in 1996. (Price includes P&P)||£895.00|
|OLD SPEC DEACTIVATED 7.65MM M.A.B. PISTOL in good clean condition showing signs of use in places with minor surface pitting to muzzle area, grips are in good order and show no cracks or splits. Comes complete with full matching numbers and lanyard ring, there is a WaA mark to right side, WaA25 – 1?? can’t make out the complete number, only 25, so selling as a post war model. With full working actions and can be stripped, with clear and over bored barrel. Deactivated by Ryton Arms in 1994. (Price includes P&P)||£275.00|
|NEW SPEC DEACTIVATED 9MM No2 MKI* INGLIS BROWNING PISTOL in stunning original war time finish, showing its grey/green metalwork finish showing signs of service use, no pitting or rust, black plastic grips only show natural wear with no cracks or splits. Complete with original ‘JI’ marked magazine and base plate, lanyard ring and full matching numbers (1T1710) Canadian manufactured with acceptance stamp to lower frame, deactivated in 2009 with Birmingham proof marks to all parts (cert is missing) with full working actions and can be stripped, barrel has been over worked and could look better, but does not affect the pistols appearance and operation in any way at all, only when you strip it down, a rare pistol and cheap, if you can find one!! (Price includes P&P)||