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Bayonets
We will not sell these to anyone under 18. ID will be required if you look under 21.
Firearms
Firearms requiring FAC
£225.00
Parker Hale 1200C Superclip rifle S/H.
Calibre: .308″ Winchester
£350.00
Shotguns
Section 2 Shotguns SGC Required
Bayonets
We will not sell these to anyone under 18. ID will be required if you look under 21.
Epée Baionette Mle. 1886/1915
£100.00

Called Rosalie by the French Poilu, this particular version was manufactured during The Great War using mostly brass handles.  The scabbard (forreau) was originally blued and the bayonet itself was left in the white.
This particular version was not made with a quillon, they were made this way as the quillon versions were prone to snagging on barbed wire and other obstructions in the confines of the trenches.
A nice example of this model in good original condition. The scabbard has two minor dents and has lost its blueing at some time in the past and carries a different serial no. to the bayonet which has some marks to the brass handles.

US Model of 1917
£101.00

A bayonet for the Model 1917 30.06 Rifle, manufactured by Remington, it is one of approximately 2 million made between 1917 and 1918.
It is complete with its U.S. M17 scabbard (C.N.Y.) and a leather frog (C.T.S.E.) to allow fitting to British web equipment.
The bayonet is in very good condition with crisp US ordnance markings, good blueing with minor rusting to the pommel.
Scabbard in very good condition with original green leather finish, minor dent in chape which has a light veneer of rust. Leather frog is missing the securing strap.

India Bayonet No.I MKII*
£90.00

A bayonet for the Indian Short Magazine Lee Enfield, manufactured by Rifle Factory Ishapore in August 1943.
The No.I MKII & No.I MKII* bayonets were special to India being manufactured new with an unfullered blade unlike earlier No.ç—´ & MKç—´, which were conversions of the earlier No.I MKI.
The No.I MkII* differs from the MKII in having a false edge to the blade point, the MKII having a conventional point.
Bayonet is in very good condition and appears unissued. The scabbard, a shortened black leather No.I complete with frog, also appear unissued but does show light rusting to the metalwork and two slight indentations to the chape.

S84/98
£105.00

Seitengewehr S84/98, Bayonet for Mauser K98k
The blade is blued and the grips are bakelite, while the ricasso carries the manufacturer code, COF, which denotes Carl Eickhorn Waffen Farbik, Solingen, and the reverse carries the serial number 3817 J.
The side arm comes complete with a very nice leather frog with strap for mounted use.

Pattern 1903 Bayonet
£170.00

For the Short Magazine Lee Enfield rifle.
This bayonet is a conversion from the Pattern 1888 and is dated March 1907.
Nice examples of this pattern are becoming harder to find. As can be seen from the photographs it carries interesting military markings, the pommel being stamped 1/5C, and the blade still shows the original VR stamp. It has a fine patina of age, there is some chipping to the edge of the wooden grips and the blade is in very nice condition. The scabbard is good overall and complete, it is stamped to The Leicestershire Regiment.

Pattern 1907 Bayonet
£105.00

 The classic bayonet for the SMLE.
This bayonet was made by Sanderson in August 1915, the blade is in very good condition with the quillon, tang and pommel retaining much of the original finish. Original grips complete with signs of wear commensurate with its age. The scabbard is also in very good condition and is stamped EFD ’17, the chape is stamped RE.
A fine honest example that would grace anyones collection.

Pattern 1913 Bayonet
£110.00

For the Pattern 1914 Rifle and also fits the US Model 1917 Rifle.
This example was manufactured by Remington May1917.
In very nice condition for a 93 year old accoutrement and as can be seen from the photographs it carries a light patina of age and some minor denting to the wooden grips. The scabbard is sound and in good overall condition, the metal retains most of its original finish and carries no visible markings. 

Books and Miscellaneous
Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook -the long awaited 4th Edition is here!
£22.50

This is the first new Cast Bullet Handbook from Lyman in 30 years. Includes data for all Lyman Moulds, plus additional data for select RCBS, Redding and Lee Moulds.

Written by well-known cast bullet writer, Mike Venturino, this is the most up-to-date and comprehensive cast bullet data available.

 

Price £22.50 plus postage

Lyman 50th Edition Reloading Handbook – New
£25.00

The current edition of this classic reloading manual is my first recommendation for anyone looking for a manual.
Not that I’d recommend you only use one reloading data source as cross checking is good reloading practice, but if you could only have one then this would be it.
Lyman make reloading and casting equipment therefore they don’t have a dog in the race when it comes to data so it encompasses a wide range of powders and bullets. As well as loads for jacketed bullets it also has the best selection of cast boolit loads in any manual.
Lyman’s copy says:
“For more than a century, the Ideal and then Lyman handbooks have been the reloaders’ core resource for proven reloading data. Lyman handbooks have always used the widest selection of cartridges, bullets and powder from all the major manufacturers. This 50th Edition continues our tradition of being the only data source using multiple brands throughout our data. 

Features and Highlights:
• New Cartridges Included: 17 Hornet, 6.5 Grendel, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5-284, 26 Nosler, 28 Nosler, 300 Blackout, 300 RCM, 338 RCM, 450 Bushmaster, 458 SOCOM, 50 Beowulf
• New Full colour Edition – The 50th Anniversary edition is our first reloading handbook produced in full colour

Feature Articles by Top Gun Writers and Firearm Industry Experts
• “Barrels – Looking into the Unknown” by Ryan Newport
• “Advanced Case Preparation Techniques” by John Haviland
• “What is a Ballistic Coefficient and How Do You Use It?” by Dave Emary and Lane Pearce
• “The History of Modern Lyman Handbooks” by Ed Matunas, Ken Ramage and Tom Griffin
• As always, full coverage is also given to Lyman cast bullets throughout the handbook. This is the one handbook that should find a home on all reloading benches.”

I won’t argue with that.

The Gun by Christopher Roads S/H
£7.50

A seminal book based on the 1974 BBC TV series “The Gun” which consisted of ten, fifteen minute programmes covering the development of the gun. Each chapter in the book covers one of the episodes with evocative titles such as “The Great Leveller”, “Riflemen Form” and “Accurate at a Mile”.
Christopher Roads was then the Deputy Director of the Imperial War Museum and also the author of “The British soldiers Firearm 1850 – 1864”.
This interesting and singular work was what inspired me to shoot at a thousand yards and stimulated my interest in collecting, shooting and researching firearms.
I have a few second hand copies of this book, so when they are gone they are gone.

Price £7.50 plus postage.

Cast Bullet Products
.22 Gas Checks
£28.00/1000

Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit.

Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000.
Contact me for current postage options.

Calibre: .22″
6mm Gas Checks
£29.00/1000

Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit.

Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000.

Contact me for current postage options.

Calibre: 6mm
6.5mm Gas Checks
£30.00/1000

Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit.

Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000.

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Calibre: 6.5mm
7mm Gas Checks
£32.00/1000

Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit.

Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000.

Contact me for current postage options.

Calibre: 7mm
8mm/32 calibre Gas Checks
£36.00/1000

Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit.

Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000.

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Calibre: 8mm/.32
30 Calibre Gas Checks
£35.00/1000

Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit.

Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000.

Contact me for current postage options.

Currently out of stock still awaiting shipment.

Calibre: .30
.35 Calibre Gas Checks
£30.00/1000

Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit.

Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000.

Contact me for current postage options.

Calibre: .35
.44 Calibre Gas Checks
£40.00/1000

Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit.

Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000.

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Calibre: .44
.45 Calibre Gas Checks
£42.00/1000

Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit.

Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000.

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Calibre: .45
Bullet Base Chamfer Tool
£22.50

This handy little doofur is just what you need to slightly chamfer the bases of cast boolits to ensure an easy fit for gas checks and case mouths.

Made of hard wearing steel these tools will last a lifetime and no reloading bench should be without one.

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50/50 Bullet Lube
£3.75

Along side good cast bullet fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality bullet lube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting.
I carry a top quality range of commercially made lubricants from the USA.
The lube comes in hollow 1” x 4.5” sticks for Lyman and RCBS lube sizers.
Bullet Lube 50/50 is standard US NRA mix of 50% beeswax and 50% alox grease. Good for all applications up to 2,000 fps.

2500 Bullet Lube
£3.75

Along side good cast bullet fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality bullet lube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting.
I carry a top quality range of commercially made lubricants from the USA.
The lube comes in hollow 1” x 4.5” sticks for Lyman and RCBS lube sizers.

Bullet Lube 2500 is a slightly stiffer version of 50/50 that still flows well without heat. As it says in the name, this lube can be shot up to 2500 fps.

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BAC Bullet Lube – currently out of stock awaiting resupply
£3.75

Along side good cast bullet fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality bulletlube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting.
I carry a top quality range of commercially made lubricants from the USA.
The lube comes in hollow 1” x 4.5” sticks for Lyman and RCBS lube sizers.
BAC is soft mix of beeswax, alox grease and carnauba wax giving the bore cleaning and low smoke benefits of a carnauba lube without the need for a heat to help the lube flow in the sizer.

Contact me for current postage options.

Currently out of stock awaiting resupply

Carnuba Red Bullet Lube
£3.75

Along side good cast bullet fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality bulletlube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting.
I carry a top quality range of commercially made lubricants from the USA.
The lube comes in hollow 1” x 4.5” sticks for Lyman and RCBS lube sizers.
Carnauba is high speed lube that has been shot to just over 2700 fps in a 30-06 and left a clean barrel with some shooters report good results near 3000fps. Eliminates leading and the carnauba leaves your bore shiny clean.

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Bullet Lube Liquid Xlox
£4.50

Product Details
Along side good cast boolit fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality boolit lube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting.
I carry a top quality range of commercially made lubricants from the USA.
Liquid Xlox is liquid alox type lube used for tumble lubing boolits, dilute 50/50 with white spirit. Put your boolits in a plastic container, add a few drops of the diluted liquid alox and shake to give an even coating to your boolits. Tip onto grease proof paper to dry then load and shoot.
The boolits should not be heavily coated; an even golden sheen is what you are looking for. Sold in 4oz bottles.
 

Anhydrous lanolin
£6.50/4 ozs

Pure anhydrous lanolin available in 4 ounce packages.
Lanolin is very useful to the shooter and hand loader. It makes a great case resizing lube. Is a key ingredient in bullet lube especially black powder lubes where it keeps fouling soft. It also adds tackiness to smokeless bullet lubes helping it stay in the lube grooves. Lanolin is an effective ingredient in home made bore cleaners such as Ed’s Red where it provides better residual lubrication and corrosion protection being highly water repellent.
Of course it also leaves your hands nice and soft.
Please see my Blog here for Felix’s World Famous Lube (FWFL) and Ed’s Red (ER) formulas.
Price £6.50 for 4 ounces

Firearms
Firearms requiring FAC
Trapdoor Springfield Model “1884” Rifle S/H.
£985

The gun that really “won the West” was the famous Trapdoor Springfield the US Army’s first breech loading metallic cartridge rifle.

The invention of the “trapdoor” breech loading mechanism was credited to Erskin S Allin, Master Armourer of the Springfield Armoury. Originally developed as a cheap way of converting muzzle loading rifled muskets to breech loading originally in .58” calibre in the Model 1865, this was quickly followed by the Model 1866 conversion where the barrels were relined to .50” calibre to accept the newly designed .50-70 government ammunition. This rifles receiver and barrel were eventually produced from new but still using existing locks and stocks in the Model 1868. The final model to be chambered in 50-70 was the Model 1870 .

In 1873 the rifle was changed to the famous .45-70 calibre along with lock improvements and an improved rear sight. The rifle was continued to be improved over the years with the Buffington rear sight, beloved by target shooters and hated by troops, being perfected ‘till 1885. Production of the Trapdoor ceased in 1893 but the rifle was refurbished and re-issued soldiering on into the early 20th century.

This is a very nice original example of the type complete with the excellent Buffington rear sight with its offset “ladder” to take account of the bullets drift over distance.

The bluing and woodwork are in very good condition for its age with good bluing and a fine bore. The 45-70 cartridge is still a popular round and data and components for it are readily available. A sling eyelet has been fitted in the past to stock R/H side just behind the middle barrel band probably as a sling aid in target shooting.

This is a chance to own a classic piece of US western history at a reasonable price.

Price £975

Calibre: 45-70
Rossi 92 under lever carbine .44 Magnum calibre S/H
£375.00

Based on John Moses Browning model 92 action that he developed for Winchester Rossi’s rendition is a fine and well respected underlever.

Rossi has developed a good reputation for its fine solid 92s at an affordable price.

This rifle is in very good, clean, condition with attractive dark oiled finish woodwork and deep, even bluing. It functions solidly and shoots extremely well.

The .44 magnum cartridge is readily avail as factory ammunition but with hand loading cheap and accurate ammunition can be made for this rifle at a fraction of the cost of factory, the .44 magnum is one of the easiest cartridges to reload for and components are readily available.

£375

Calibre: .44 Magnum
Long Lee Metford by London Small Arms (private purchase) rifle S/H
£985

A nice shooting example of this classic Lee Enfield built by the London Small arms Co. This is a private purchase gun with no military markings and has no doubt been set up to the owners specification no doubt for target shooting. The Metford rifled barrel was till favoured for accuracy by some target shooter well after the introduction of the Enfield rifled Long Lees by the military. Th rifle has the older action without the charger loading bridge, it has the cocking piece mounted safety and bolt shroud, magazine cut off and volley sights. The rear sight notch is windage adjustable, the previous owner has non permanently fixed it Loctite which can be easily freed for adjustment of necessary.The barrel has a very good clean bore and like all Metford rifled .303s it shoots best with plain based bullets

The wood has lovely deep finish with some marks of honest use adding to the nice overall patina of the rifle.

The rifle is in very good overall condition with wear commensurate with its age and status as a civilian rifle, no broad arrow marks. With the the bluing deep and even overall.

This is an excellent shooting example of its type and fine examples as this are getting scarcer and scarcer to obtain.

Price £985

Calibre: .303″
Carl Gustav M41/B sniper rifle 6.5×55 Swedish calibre S/H
£2800.00

Commonly known as the Arctic Predator of Swedish Mauser rifle the M41 was the pinnacle of the rifles development in Swedish service and deemed one of the finest bolt action sniper rifles of its time.

The M41/B was the final post war development of the type incorporating all the lessons learned over years of practical use. The main changes were the return to the AJACK 4×90 Scope which had a B stamped beside the scopes serial number and was retro fitted with improved multi coated lenses.

The scope base was simplified in manufacture and finish with a set screw fitted to the front of the mount which when properly adjusted allowed for a tight friction fit of the scope on the dovetail but prevented the scope moving forward under recoil and jamming tight on the rail.

These rifles were finally withdrawn from service in 1991.

This is a nice all original example of the M41/B with matching numbers except on the floor plate and all correct fittings. The rifle is a Carl Gustavs dated 1910 in very good overall condition the blueing is sound with wear commensurate with its service. The french walnut stock is dark (probably due to the ageing of the linseed oil finish) with nice figuring on the wrist and some tiger striping on the but. The barrel is sound with strong rifling and has been an excellent shooter for its previous owner.

It is complete with the correct SM sikte F-ram m/55 micrometer rear sight and the stamped steel sight cover fitted to the muzzle.

A very nice honest example of this legendary sniper rifle which do not become available often as most owners regard then as keepers.

The rifle also comes with original scope can, reproduction scope covers, bayonet and scabbard and set of Forster 6.5 x 55 Swedish bench rest die set.

Price £2800

Calibre: 6.5 x 55 Swedish
Schmidt Rubin K31 rifle S/H
£Sold

An honest clean example of the Swiss armies last general issue model bolt action rifle, the rifle was adopted for service in 1932 with production running from 1933 through to 1958 with some rifles remaining in service until the 1970s.

The rifle had forward locking lugs on the bolt engaging with the receiver making for a stronger action than its predecessors, the barrel was also free floating making it cheaper to manufacture than the model 1911 which it replaced.

These rifles are noted for their accuracy and are very popular for military rifle competitions. Factory ammunition is readily available for this calibre.

This rifle is of 1936 manufacture, all matching, in very good overall condition, the woodwork has wear comemensurate with the age and a rifle that has been carried a lot, it has a bright bore and strong rifling and comes complete with sling. It also has the owner’s identification paper under the butt plate.

Price: £485

Calibre: 7.5 x 55
Parker Hale Enfield enfield-volunteer-three-band-muzzle-loading-rifle S/H
£600.00

This is a very nice example of Enfield’s development of Whitworths hexagonal bored rifle. It was developed to give the military a small bore rifled musket to replace the P53, in trials the Whitworth hexagonal bored rifle was marginally superior to the Enfield five groove round bored rifle. For reason that are not entirely clear the rifle was not adopted as a military issue arm but did go on to enjoy a celebrated career as a target rifle being the firearm of choice of the very competitive volunteer movement of the time which coincided with the evolution of the hayday of civilian target rifle shooting both, nationally and internationally, the creation of the NRA and its first national meetings on Wimbledon common.
These Parker Hale reproductions are much sought after and have become collectable now in there own right.
This one is a three band example, there also being a shorter two band volunteer. The bluing and wood work are all in excellent condition and it comes with a platinum lined nipple.
These guns can be used at all ranges out to 600 yrds and beyond, loaded with a round ball and a pinch of powder they can also be used for indoor practice on smaller indoor ranges, being almost soundless and smokeless.

Price £600

Calibre: .451″
Schmidt-Rubin Model K1911 Carbine S/H Calibre 7.5 x 55
£475.00

The Schmidt Rubin series of rifles was first adopted in 1889 in the Schmidt-Rubin Model 1889. This was the culmination of the bringing together of the work of Eduard Rubin and Rudolph Schmidt.

Since 1882 Rubin had been developing the first small calibre, high velocity, copper jacketed bullet. Rubin’s round was combined with Schmidt’s straight pull bolt action design in 1885. After three years of design and development work these two elements were refined into the 1889 Infantry Rifle which fired a 213 grain paper patched bullet at a velocity of 1935 fps.

As early as 1903 there were discussion about the adoption increased velocity cartridges. It had been determined that there were severe ballistic shortcomings to the 89/96 action /GP90 cartridge combination.

By around 1907, the Swiss knew the old GP90 cartridge was inferior to those of their neighbors and they began testing a new round for which1908 series rifle was built. As a consequence of this work the GP11 cartridge was adopted. It was determined that the 89/96 Infantry Rifle could easily be converted to handle the new cartridge by re-barreling.

As well as the 1896/11 conversions, in 1913, the Model 1911 was formally adopted. These rifles, along with those converted to the new pattern, used the new GP11 round firing a 175 grain round at 2640 fps.

The 1911 possessed all the improvements effected in the 1896/11 rifle and in 1914 manufacture of the carbine version K1911 was started and ran through ’till 1933 with a total of 212,100 K1911 rifles being produced. This rifle being made in 1922.

This particular rifle is all matching, in very good condition with and excellent bore. The blueing is strong and deep and the woodwork is in very good condition for its age.

Quality surplus GP11 and current factory ammunition is still available and these rifles shoot extremely accurately out to 800 yrds with this or handloaded ammunition.

Price £475

Calibre: 7.5 x 55
Savage 1899 EG Under Lever Rifle S/H Calibre 300 Savage
£Sold

A very nice 1949 made model EG of the classic Savage under lever rifle. 
The 1899 was a popular sporting rifle and was developed from its predecessor the model 1895 which was first hammerless lever action gun ever produced. 
The rifle is fitted with and internal rotary magazine that holds 5 cartridges that helps the rifle balance well in the hand, it also allows the use of pointed bullets. The internal magazine design makes for a stronger action which meant that the 1899 was ideally suited to handling high pressure cartridges. During it’s almost 100 years in production the 1899 was chambered for over 14 different cartridges including the 308 Winchester with over 1 million rifles being produced. 
This rifle is chambered in the .300 Savage calibre. This fine 30 calibre round was introduced in 1920 specifically for the Savage 1899. A popular sporting cartridge in the USA it was the parent round to the 7.62 NATO which is an “improved” 300 Savage. This round almost reaches 7.62 NATO ballistics being only 100 fps slower. 
The rifle is in very good overall condition with a good barrel being bright and having strong rifling, the woodwork being nicely figured. It is fitted with Weaver scope blocks, buckhorn rear sight and blade and bead foresight. There is professional pinning and dowelling to the wrist, there is no visible crack that this work relates to and was done sometimes to prevent wrist cracking due to over tightening of the tang screw. The wrist on this rifle is now stronger than when it left the factory.
Dies and cases are available for purchase with this rifle.
 
Price £575

Calibre: .300″ Savage
Parker Hale Lee Enfield No1 action sporter conversion. Calibre .303. S/H rifle.
£Sold

In my youth as a stalker on the hill these guns were estate issue firearms for all red deer shooting, in those days rifle mounted glass for stalkers was frowned upon. The head keeper would say “you are stalkers not bloody target shooters, if you cannot get in close enough to see separate hairs on a deer then you shouldn’t be on my hill. All our shots were taken at under 150 yrds over open sights, thousands of hinds were taken over the seasons with these, all being one shot kills, wounded beasts were never tolerated and could cost you your job. So you made sure that you always got in close enough to be certain. This maxim still holds true today.

I still use one of these rifles as my main red deer rifle albeit now mounted with an Ajack 2x scope mainly for its light gathering qualities.

This gun is a nice clean example with good looking woodwork and even bluing, the Monte Carlo stock, contrasting wood fore end tip and white spacers make for a handsome rifle.

The rifling is strong and has it shoots well, it has a Parker Hale scope mount and rings and carries a Hawke 3-9x scope.

These guns have to be some of the best shooting bargains out there, with the Parker Hale sporter barrels having a reputation for more than hunting accuracy, they make fine range and/or stalking rifles that will give much pleasure for very little money.

A classic piece of British firearms history for only.

Price £195

Calibre: .303″ British
Voere 98 sporting rifle S/H. Calibre 7×64
£675.00

Classic German sporting rifle based on the Mauser 98 action by Voere.

This rifle is in very good overall condition with finely figured wood work, set triggers and a quick detachable, claw mounted, 6×42 Eco scope. It is clear and bright with a post reticule. The bore is bright with strong rifling.

The 7 x 64 “Brenneke” round was introduced in 1917 and was a major success with the larger case giving at least 10% extra velocity over the 7 x 57 cartridge. The 7 x 64 is still a very popular round in Europe and is more than sufficient for all British game.

Dies, cases and ammunition are all available to be purchased with this rifle.

Calibre: 7 x 64 Mauser
Vickers Standard model
£225.00

Vickers came late into the miniature rifle game in the 1920s going head to head with companies like BSA and W.W.Greener in supplying the small bore target rifle shooters of the day lead by the Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs. They had a relatively short production span from the early 1920s up to 1939 and the start of the Second World War.
The Vickers rifles had one fundamental difference to the opposition the barrel and action came as one piece and seems to have be a successful approach to miniature rifle making as it held its own with the competition in winning medals and cups.
This is an interesting rifle with the barrel, action and sights being a standard model “special” target rifle with a sleeved barrel.
The rifle has been fitted into what appears to be a “one off” bespoke thumbhole stock. The stock is well executed with a complex convex cheek rest complete with hand stop, accessory rail and foresignt element holder. The stock it is well finished with a black bakelite buttpat and white spacer.
The rifle is in very good condition for its age with the stock having the odd mark and a small cip from the fore end.
This is a classic British Martini actioned target rifle from the heydays of British miniature/smallbore target shooting. The bespoke stock fittings goes to show the care and investment the previous owners lavished on these cherished rifles so as to get the maximium performance from them.
 
 
 
 
Price £225

Calibre: .22RF
Tikka M590 Bolt Action Rifle S/H Calibre: .308” Win.
£575.00

A very nice second hand example of a classic Tikka sporting rifle in the extremely popular and effectice .308” Winchester calibre.

This rifle is in very good overall condition with some wear marks to the wood around the fore end sling swivel where a bipod has been fitted in the past.

The bore is in very good condition with little evident wear, the bolt is smooth and tight in operation and the rifle is fitted with a Bushnell 3-9 x 40 scope.

These are sought after rifles being of better build that the newer Tikka models

Price £575

Calibre: .308″ Winchester
Fultons of Bisley – No4 Action – Target Rifle S/H.
£450.00

Classic Lee Enfield No 4 action Target Rifle built and regulated by Fultons of Bisley.
In 1968 Service Rifle (b) was replaced with the Target Rifle Class ending the NRA’s long association with the service rifle of the day which had been the rifle used for target shooting up until that point.
The new Target Rifle allowed the use of any bolt action rifles not necessarily of the service rifle design so long as they were available in quantity, did not exceed 11 1/2 lbs in weight, trigger pull must not be lighter than 4lbs and be chambered for the 7.62 mm NATO cartridge.
This change opened up a plethora of opportunities for the development of target rifles based around the 7.62 mm NATO cartridge.
This formative period produced many types of 7.62 target rifles based on existing actions including the ubiquitous No4 which many Target Rifle shooters had use befor the change so re-barrelling and converting the actions to take the new cartridge was attractive to many shooters.
This rifle is one of those conversions built by Fultons. Based on a Fazakerly No4 Mk2 action, proofed to 20 tons. With a hammer forged barrel and No 8 forend woodwork and Parker Hale sporting butt it has the classic lines of the period similar to the Envoy, L39 and Enforcer rifles.
It comes with a fully functioning Sterling magazine, extended safety, Alfred Parker “Match Maker” tunnel foresight and AJ Parker Twin Zero aperture rear sight.
The rifle is in very good overall condition with a bright bore and sharp rifling.
A classic piece of UK Target Rifle history for the collector, Transitional rifle shooter or someone looking for a good 7.62 for range use.

Price: £450

Calibre: 308/7.62
Parker Hale 1200C Superclip rifle S/H.
£350.00

Classic Parker Hale sporting rifle base on the timeless Mauser G98 action. The 1200C Superclip is one of the rarest versions of these fine sporting rifles having a detachable 10 round magazine.

This rifle is in very good overall condition for its age. the wood is dark and finely figured and the bluing is deep with some wear marks on the barrel, nothing that some cold blue won’t sort. It comes complete with an excellent Bushnell 3-9 scope and is complete with the original rear sight as well.

The barrel is bright with strong rifling and it appears to have seen little use.

Price £350

Calibre: .308″ Winchester
GSG (German Sporting Guns) AK47 Kalashinkov semi auto rifle S/H.
£350.00

These AK copies by GSG are first rate rifles and are taking Mini Rifle stages by storm. More fun than you can shake a stick at; these rifles are perfect for serious action competitions, bunny bashing or just fun shooting. 
GSG have an excellent reputation as gun makers and their AK copy has been approved by Mr Kalashikov himself. 
The package consists of a GSG AK47 with wooden furniture, extra magazine, scope rail and Hawke 30 mm Red Dot scope for the all in price of £425. 
The rifle and accessoties are in excellent condition and have seen little use.
A real bargain.
Price £350

Calibre: .22RF
Ruger 10/22 semi automatic rifle
£275.00

A nice stainless steel Ruger 10/22 rifle with a ruger synthetic stock. The rifle come with a butler Creek 25 round magazine, moderator (for which a separate FAC slot will be required) all topped off by a TASCO 6-24×40 scope.

The rifle is in very good condition complete with original iron sights, there are some marking to the moderator and scope but only cosmetic.

A nice package for bunnies or the range.

Price £275

Calibre: .22RF
Uberti reproduction Colt Army model of 1860 muzzle loading revolver S/H
£185.00

High quality Uberti reproduction of Colts famous Army model. Colts first large calibre belt gun the 1860 became possible by the introduction of high quality steel due to the development of the Bessemer process. A very handy revolver with wand like pointing quality it was the most popular of revolvers during the American civil war and continued to be so until the introduction of cartridge revolvers.

This revolver is in very good overall condition with good internals and finish.

Price £185

Calibre: .44″
Uberti reproduction 1858 Remington revolver
£185.00

Remingtons cap and ball belt pistol differs primarily from the ubiqutous Colts by having a top strap to reciever. A popular revolver with the military it took its place alongside the colt as a poular revolver in the war between the states and as personal guns of choice for civilians.

This gun is in full working order and is the stainless steel version for those who like their firearms “shiney”.

Price £185

Calibre: .44″
Hemburg Mannlicher action single shot recumbent Match rifle
£575.00

A very nice match rifle designed to be shot from the recumbent/back position. Built around a Hemberg Mannlicher action it is converted to single shot with a loading plug fitted to the magazine well.

Match rifle shooting is the epitome of the long range target rifle disciplines and the back position is still favoured by some shooters as the steadiest position. I have even seen stalkers on the hill using the back position to take deer.

The rifle is fully set up with “The Cornish Match Rear Rifle Sight” and a large shaded globe foresight to allow good visibilty of the wind flags from the sight picture.

The rifle is still in very good condition with wear commensurate with its age and was competing up until a couple of years ago when its previous owner retired from match shooting.

An interesting and accurate rifle the shooting of which takes one back to the golden age of UK rifle shooting.

Price £575

Calibre: .308/7.62
Uberti Remington 1858 “Improved” Navy .36 calibre M/L S/H
£220.00

A very nice example of Uberti’s Remington 1858 “Improved” Navy .36 calibre muzzle loading black powder revolver. The Navy was Remingtons .36 calibre version of its 1858 revolver going head to head with Colt.

This revolver is in very good to excellent condition having seen little use and being well cared for, the action and lock up are vault like with a fine smooth target trigger. Barrel is smooth and bright with sharp rifling.

The grips have been chequered by the previous owner adding to the revolvers good looks.

The revolver come with two Lee moulds 375-130-R conical and 380 RB round ball.

Price £220.00

Calibre: .36″
Musgrave Bolt Action Sporting Rifle S/H
£475.00

These interesting sporting rifle were made by Musgrave of South Africa to utilise the plethora of Enfield No1 Actions that were available at that time.

This rifle is in very good overall condition and has a no gunsmithing scope rail fitted. The bore is very good with a tight chamber.

This is a classic example of the many Enfield derivatives that have been developed over the years and still will give good service for the sporting role it was designed for.

6mm Musgrave cases are easily made from .303” British cases

This rifle comes with a set of 6mm Musgrave dies

Price: £475

I am indebted to Daan Els in South Africa via his brother in law James Wilson for the information below (in italics) that he gave in response to my questions. Daan worked for Musgrave at the time these rifles were being made so a primary source of information on this rifle.

1.The Lee Enfield cal.303 conversions were born out of the many rifles made available to reserve forces, military personnel and police force. You could buy an ex army / police rifle for about R100 which at the time, also included 100 rounds.

2. More than 90% were issued with either badly pitted barrels or worn out barrels.

3. The barrels were all 3 groove barrels.

4. Some, or most of these rifles were still grease wrapped, however, mother nature played it’s part.

5. Due to the demand from the public to put these useless rifles back into action, Bennie Musgrave and Trevor Musgrave decided to convert them to an acceptable hunting and sporting rifle.

6. The bolt face design obviously was for a rimmed cartridge and the conversion subsequently was designed around the existing cartridge.

7. We removed the old barrel, fitted a new .243 barrel, cut the slot on the side of the chamber to accommodate the claw extractor & chamber with the 6mm / 303 chamber, which was a .303 configuration cartridge with a neck to accommodate the 6mm bullet.

8. Ballistics were same as 243 Win, however with lower chamber pressure due to cartridge design.

9. It was a lightweight 24″ barrel with, 15mm at muzzle and no sights, some customers demands sights for cosmetic reasons.

10. The fore-end were slimmed down to look like a modern hunting rifle.

11. The butt was new in Monte Carlo style, either left or right cheek piece fitted with a ventilated or solid recoil pad from Pachmayer. Belt swivels were fitted, front and rear and the wood was finished in French polish style. The front end were glass bedded.

12. We kept the bolt action standard, however, the magazine the magazine guiding lips were slightly modified to guide the now smaller bullet.

13. The rear sights were removed, the original mountings were milled down and we manufactured a pillar that was fitted to the side of the bolt action, just before the bolt ring, to support the telescope fitting base, which was a flat piece of tool steel, dove tailed on both sides and run from the rear to the front of the bolt action, approx 100mm long. We cut grooves in the telescope base to accommodate the STD Williams rings.

14. Stock checkering were very fine hand cut on front and pistol grip.

15. Wood for butt was mainly walnut of a very low grade.

16. All metal parts were “blued” in acid baths.

17. Musgrave manufactured the barrel, rear butt, telescope mounts, etc.

18. The butt was machined on a Zuckermann CNC machine, while the barrels were button type, like all Musgrave barrels. The button machines and buttons were manufactured in-house.

19. The 6mm project were handled by the Musgrave custom rifle devision and we convert about 50 / month.

20. About 90% of all conversions were customer requests and never formed part of a dedicated product process.

21. The number sequence were issued by the South African Police, including the cal, 6mm Mus.

22. They were very popular, although, the conversion were on par with the price of a new Musgrave, Brno, type rifle. The fact that about 100% of this conversion were handmade, push the price to the level of new rifles.

There was a lot of sentimental value to these rifles due to the history of South Africa.

The Musgrave factory had 120 employees and all hunting rifles were hand fitted, checkered & every rifle was tested for accuracy over 25m with a grouping of 5 shots within 10mm. Needless to say, the 6mm were very accurate achieving a “clover leaf” grouping over 100m.

Calibre: 6mm Musgrave
Savage 1899 Under Lever Take Down Rifle S/H Calibre .22” Savage Hi Power/5.56x52R
£475

Product Details

A fine, example of the classic Savage take down under lever rifle.

The 1899 was a popular sporting rifle and was developed from its predecessor the model 1895 which was first hammerless lever action gun ever produced.  The rifle is fitted with and internal rotary magazine that holds 5 cartridges that helps the rifle balance well in the hand, it also allows the use of pointed bullets. The internal magazine design makes for a stronger action which meant that the 1899 was ideally suited to handling high pressure cartridges.

During it’s almost 100 years in production the 1899 was chambered for over 14 different cartridges including the 308 Winchester with over 1 million rifles being produced.

This rifle is chambered in the .22 Savage Hi Power cartridge a legend in it its own right. When it was introduced in 1912 the cartridge was a high velocity game round sending a 70 grain bullet at 2,800 fps with muzzle energy of 1,190 foot-pounds, hot stuff for 1912. The cartridge also found favour in Europe where it was designated the 5.56 x 52R and is still popular today with S&B and Norma producing ammunition.

The rifle is in very good overall condition with a good barrel having little visible wear, it has the standard open rear sight and blade foresight and is also fitted with Weaver flip over scope rings and mounts that moves the scope out of the line of the rifle for easy loading of the magazine (the scope is not included in the sale of the rifle and is only mounted for illustrative purpose). A set RCBS dies and S&B cases are included with the rifle. This fine rifle is a pleasure to own and a joy to shoot and handload for being a real bargain at only.

Calibre: 5.56x52R
Uberti Remington revolving carbine .44 M/L S/H
£385.00

A very nice reproduction of Remington’s famous revolving carbine in .44” calibre.

This black powder muzzle loading version is in very good condition with good deep blueing overall with very little wear. The chambers are clean and pit free with the barrel being bright with sharp grooves and lands. It functions as it should with the lock up and timing being tight and smooth,

The long sight radius gives greater accuracy and and can be used accurately beyond 100yrds if used with conicals.

A real bargain in this condition.

Price: £385

Calibre: .44
Pedersoli Mortimer target, flintlock, muzzle loading rifle, S/H. Calibre .54
£Sold

Product Details

The Mortimer rifle was the pinnacle of flintlock rifle design incorporating weather proof ignition pan, roller bearing mounted frizzen and a lock safety.

Pedersoli’s Mortimer is one of their top of the line models having excellent quality fit, finish and materials as well being a faithfull reproduction of the originals both internally and externally.

This particular rifle is in very good condition with some gentle wear that adds to the patina of the rifle. Being the “target” version it comes with a contemporary to the period aperture rear sight, adjustable for windage and elevation, this is matched with a globe fore sight to enable the shooter to make the most of this guns inherent accuracy.

It has nice dark wood work with a plum brown finish to the metal and a striking colour case hardened lock, the barrel is half round/half octagonal with bore in excellent condition. Being of the heavier calibre “.54” and carefully loaded with a matched ball and patch it will shoot well out to 200yrds.

These firearms are currently retailing new at £1,600 so this is a real bargain at £825.

 

Price £675

Calibre: .54
Schmidt Rubin K31 rifle scoped. S/H
£450.00

The model K31 was the Swiss armies last general issue model bolt action rifle, the rifle was adopted for service in 1932 with production running from 1933 through to 1958 with some rifles remaining in service until the 1970s.

The rifle had forward locking lugs on the bolt engaging with the receiver making for a stronger action than its predecessors, the barrel was also free floating making it more accurate that its predecessors and cheaper to manufacture than the model 1911 which it replaced.

These rifles are noted for their accuracy and are very popular for military rifle competitions.

This rifle is in very good overall condition, with a bright bore and strong rifling. The rifle has been set up for scoped range shooting with a NcStar 3×20 scope and is without the original rear sight and has a target tunnel fore sight fitted, bolt and barrel are matched.

A fine range gun for those who want the legendary accuracy of the K31 but struggle with the issue iron sights.

Price: £450

Calibre: 7.5 x 55
Hand Loading Products
Vihtavuori Rifle Powders N100 series
£80.00/kg

I carry stocks of reloading powders from Vihtavuori, Alliant, Accurate, Hodgdon, Ramshot, Vectan and IMR email for availability and price. Out of stock Powders can usually be got to order within a couple of weeks subject to availability with the wholesaler.
I always try to maintain stocks of:
Vihtavuori N110 – £80per kilo/2.2lbs
Vihtavuori N120 – £80 per kilo/2.2lbs
Vihtavuori N140 – £80 per kilo/2.2lbs
Vihtavuori N160 – £80 per kilo/2.2lbs
Propellants will only be sold on production of an FAC.

Primers
£27.00/1000 upwards

I keep in stock – Large rifle, small rifle, large pistol and small pistol and their magnum versions.

I usually hold stocks S&B, Magtech, Murom, Federal, Remington and CCI primers. All are at competitive prices starting with S&B at £27/1000.

Primers are packaged in boxes of 100.

Email or phone for current availability and prices or see the news section for updates:- http://46.32.240.45/pukkabundhooks.com/news/

Primers will only be sold face to face on production of a valid FAC.

 

Harrel Premium Powder Measure S/H
£185.00

These PREMIUM Culver type measure is one of the finest measures ever made. It has two precision roller bearings, one on each end of the metering device, to reduce vertical play to a few ten thousandths of an inch. They also make it incredibly smooth, for a much better feel.

OTHER FEATURES:

Left or right hand use
Four cutting edges, two left and two right hand
Brass metering device encapsulated in a stainless steel bushing
New space saving design with 16 ounce bottle
120 grain, 200 click, 6 clicks between numbers, .1 grain per click adjustment, easily converts to 4 clicks.

This measure is in excellent overall condition and is fully functioning complete with two diameter drop tubes.
These retail new at over £260 so this is a real bargain.

Price £185 plus postage.

Obsolete Calibre No FAC needed
No FAC Required
Enfield Pattern 56 Muzzle Loading Rifled Musket by GW Bales S/H Calibre .577” Sold
£Sold

A very nice, clean example of a commercial Enfield Pattern 56 Muzzle Loading Rifled Musket by GW Bales of Ipswich and London. 
The volunteer movement members supplied there own rifles, equipment and uniforms and as such were free to source from preferred gunmakers who build them muskets based on the regular army pattern weapons.
This rifle is one of these being a pattern 1856, these were shortened pattern 1853s with a 33” barrel with three groove rifling and a twist of one turn in 6’ 6”.
This rifle is in very good overall condition with a nice patina for its age and all original except for the nipple, the brass flash cover and perhaps the nipple protector.
The barrel is good with strong rifling commensurate with the type.
Price £1200

Sold

BSA Martini Cadet rifle .310” Cadet calibre S/H
£750.00

A great classic Martini small frame rifle the .310 Cadet rifle. These rifles were made for the Commonwealth of Australia as training rifles for the Cadets. These Model 4 BSA rifles were the basis for BSA’s famous and extensive line of small frame Martini’s culminating in the Internationals.

This rifle is stamped Vic for the state of Victoria and comes fitted with the fine windage and elevation adjustable rear sight.

This rifle is in very good condition, with even blueing overall having some thinning of the edges of the frame, the wood is good with little in the way of stock dents and the walnut on the butt is finely figured.

The barrel is in very good condition also being smooth and bright with strong rifling with no signs of pitting to my eye. If held on an FAC this gun is an accurate shooter.

This rifle is and obsolete calibre and can be sold without and FAC but if it is to be shot then an appropriate slot on your FAC will be required.

Cadets in this condition are becoming rarer and rarer.

Price £750

Calibre: .310″ Martini Cadet
Greener Martini action Cadet single shot rifle. S/H. Obsolete calibre no FAC required.
£725.00

This is a nice clean example of a Greener made 310 Cadet rifle for post federation colony of Victoria now part of the Commonwealth of Australia.

310 cadet rifles were bought in abundance by Australia both pre and post federation to equip mainly the Cadet companies as the 577/450 Martini rifle was deemed too powerful for the cadet’s youthful frames.

The British gun trade responded to Australia’s call for these rifle with BSA, Westley Richards and Greener being the main suppliers.

Greener was the most prolific of the companies and tendered its cadet production through out the trade as well as making in house.

During the Japanese threat in World War two the 310 Cadet rifles were taken out of reserve to help meet the Imperial menace of Japan. A copper jacketed round was developed for use against the invader as the original lead bullet would have contravened the Geneva convention.

This rifle is in very good overall condition commensurate with its age and history and is fully functioning. There is some staining visible on the receivers L/H side and there are two amall brass pins visible in the wrist to reinforce a slight crack, this is an old and professional repair.

This is being sold as an obsolete calibre rifle so no FAC required to purchase. However if it was put onto ticket to be fired in the future then it has good shooting bore.

Price £725

Calibre: .310″ Cadet
Rifle Bore & Gun Cleaning Products
C2R Copper/Carbon Remover Gun Cleaner
£11.95 – £24.95

I am pretty fussy about most things that I put down the bores of my guns and rifles and to be honest most proprietary cleaning potions leave me uninterested having relied over the years on my on cleaning recipes and regime conisting of Ed’s Red and Ammonia.
However now I have found a British made bore cleaning product, that meets all my gun, rifle, barrel, bore cleaning needs, C2R.
C2R is a non ammonia water soluble fluid that is applied with a patch, left to soak and then cleaned out with water soaked patches. No scrubbing, no bore brushes, no fouling. C2R removes copper and carbon from your barrel’s bore with single applications. Being water based I have tried C2R on corrosive primer fouling as well as black powder and found it to be excellent, follow this link for a review I did on Full Bore UK. www.full-bore.co.uk/viewtopic.php
 Here is the link to another post which describes some barrel cleaning testing we did down a gun club, C2R  removed copper from a bore previously thought to be clean after the owner had used Montana X-treme copper killer. www.full-bore.co.uk/viewtopic.php
Prices:

C2R 100ml £11.95
C2R 150ml £16.50
C2R 250ml £24.95
Bore oil 60ml £5.35

Instruction and warnings.
 USAGE DIRECTIONS:
 1. Wet a patch on a jag (or a mop) with C2R and push it through the bore from the chamber side till half of the patch / mop protrudes from the muzzle.
 2. Pull jag/mop back slightly so it forms a small pocket and, holding the muzzle up, pour a small additional amount of C2R into the pocket. 
3. Pull the rod back down the bore, coating the bore thoroughly.
 4. Leave to soak for several minutes (10-30 minutes) or longer if required.
 5. Dampen patches with water and push through the bore. Typically 3 water patches are required. This is very effective at removing loosened particles and removing them.)
 6. Repeat the process 1-4 (alternate with C2R and water until the patches come out clean).
 7. Dry the bore / chamber with several dry patches and oil for storage.
 NOTE 1: C2R is very effective and works rapidly, place all brass / copper jags in water to neutralise after use.
NOTE 2: C2R is clear and as a consequence shows the removal performance for the copper fouling (blue tint and patches) and carbon (black residue and streaks). 
 NOTE 3: For heavily fouled barrels C2R can be left in the barrel for extended periods (up to 1 week, then refresh the C2R application for optimal speed), then water patched and repeat process 1-6.
NOTE 4: Do not oil the barrel if the rifle will be used within a day or two. This eliminates the need for a fouling shot.
 WARNINGS & NOTES:
 1. Do NOT mix C2R with Ammonia or any other bore cleaners.
 2. Although elements of C2R are chemically related to and smells lightly of Ammonia it does NOT contain any Ammonia and will not react adversely with steel (of any composition). 
 3. C2R It is 100% safe to use on any stainless steel or blued finish. 
 4. C2R is water soluble.
 5. Please note that C2R will not remove rust.
 6. If any C2R spills onto a wooden polished stock immediately wipe off with a damp cloth.
 7. In addition C2R does dislodge the adhesion of MOLY and LEAD to steel provided it is left in for 24 hours or more.
 8. C2R is flammable (as are many chemicals).
 HEALTH WARNINGS:
 1. All C2R product residue can be removed by washing in running water and some soap.
 2. As with all chemicals avoid any form of ingestion or aeration (inhalation), unduly long or excessive skin or eye contact.
 3. The product is not unduly hazardous but prolonged direct skin exposure is not recommended.
 4. In the very unlikely event that your skin acts adversely (itch, rash etc). when touched by the C2R product it is suggested that you stop all contact and wash carefully.
 

Barrel-Lite bore inspection illuminator
£13.50

Barrel Lite bore inspection light.
This handy little tool is just what you need for illuminating barrels for inspection, works from any light source and no batteries are needed.

Firearms Inspection Made Easy
One Size Works for ALL calibers
Pistols
Rifles
Shotguns
 
Use “ANY” Form of light source
Sunlight
Room Light
Any lamp light source
Any Colored Light
Even Light from a Camp Fire
 
Never Replace Batteries or Bulbs
Uses Fiber Optics
No batteries needed
100% Maintenance Free
 
Easy on your eyes
Doesn’t blind you so you can see clearly in the barrel.
 
Handy Pocket Clip
 
Lightweight
Weighs less than an 1 oz.
 
Strong and Durable
Won’t break if dropped
 
Won’t turn Yellow
Uses high UHV plastic to protect against yellowing.

“HOW TO USE THE BARREL-LITE®”
“A Clean Firearm Is A Safe Firearm”

SAFETY FIRST!

Basic Instructions for Using The Barrel-Lite®
1. Make sure the firearm is completely unloaded and the action is open.
2. Open the action and insert the small end of the Barrel-Lite® into or against the shell chamber. (For shotguns you can also use either the larger or smaller end; Also works great for Bottom Loaders.
3. Hold the Barrel-Lite® by it’s sides and point the exposed end towards any light source, such as a lamp/ natural sunlight/ even a campfire will do. Colored lights work as well. Red lights will show as red, etc.
4. Now simply look down the barrel and adjust the position of the Barrel-Lite® for the best illumination. The stronger the light source, the brighter the Barrel-Lite® will be.
The Larger End is for Shotguns: 410 to 10 Gauge.
It will also work in some of the newer inline “Black Power Firearms”
The Smaller end is for all Pistols/Rifles: 38 caliber and up. Simply insert into the chamber.

For Smaller Calibers such as 22’s or 32 calibers simply place it against the chamber.
 
 

Shotguns
Section 2 Shotguns SGC Required
Beretta A303 semi auto shotgun S/H Calibre 12 bore
£Sold

Beretta’s classic semi auto has been around since the early 1980s and has proven itself as a reliable and popular semi auto workhorse.

This 2+1 gun is very good overall condition with some evidence of use externally as befits a gun that has been carried a lot and shot a little.

This is a real bargain.

Calibre: 12 bore
Sights and Optics
Lisenfeld 3 -12 x 56 Spezial. S/H
£385.00

High quality German optics with illuminated reticle at a reasonable price.

Nikko Stirling Gold Crown 1.5 – 5 x 20. S/H
£75.00

Long established make, robust construction, good glass with variable magnification and flip up covers.

Tasco Varmint 6 – 24 X 42. S/H
£85.00

Tasco scopes provide exceptional value with good working optics and features at an affordable price. This 6-24 magnification scope has marked adjustable focus on the objective end and a mil dot reticle.
The Tasco logo button is missing from this scope.

Parker Hale L81A1 Cadet Rifle rear sight S/H
£95.00

Rear aperture sight for the Parker Hale L81A1 Cadet Rifle.
In excellent condition.

Bayonets
We will not sell these to anyone under 18. ID will be required if you look under 21.
Epée Baionette Mle. 1886/1915
Called Rosalie by the French Poilu, this particular version was manufactured during The Great War using mostly brass handles.  The scabbard (forreau) was originally blued and the bayonet itself was left in the white. This particul… Read More
£100.00
US Model of 1917
A bayonet for the Model 1917 30.06 Rifle, manufactured by Remington, it is one of approximately 2 million made between 1917 and 1918. It is complete with its U.S. M17 scabbard (C.N.Y.) and a leather frog (C.T.S.E.) to allow fitting… Read More
£101.00
India Bayonet No.I MKII*
A bayonet for the Indian Short Magazine Lee Enfield, manufactured by Rifle Factory Ishapore in August 1943. The No.I MKII & No.I MKII* bayonets were special to India being manufactured new with an unfullered blade unlike earli… Read More
£90.00
S84/98
Seitengewehr S84/98, Bayonet for Mauser K98k The blade is blued and the grips are bakelite, while the ricasso carries the manufacturer code, COF, which denotes Carl Eickhorn Waffen Farbik, Solingen, and the reverse carries the seri… Read More
£105.00
Pattern 1903 Bayonet
For the Short Magazine Lee Enfield rifle. This bayonet is a conversion from the Pattern 1888 and is dated March 1907. Nice examples of this pattern are becoming harder to find. As can be seen from the photographs it carries i… Read More
£170.00
Pattern 1907 Bayonet
 The classic bayonet for the SMLE. This bayonet was made by Sanderson in August 1915, the blade is in very good condition with the quillon, tang and pommel retaining much of the original finish. Original grips complete with signs … Read More
£105.00
Pattern 1913 Bayonet
For the Pattern 1914 Rifle and also fits the US Model 1917 Rifle. This example was manufactured by Remington May1917. In very nice condition for a 93 year old accoutrement and as can be seen from the photographs it carries a … Read More
£110.00
Books and Miscellaneous
Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook -the long awaited 4th Edition is here!
This is the first new Cast Bullet Handbook from Lyman in 30 years. Includes data for all Lyman Moulds, plus additional data for select RCBS, Redding and Lee Moulds. Written by well-known cast bullet writer, Mike Venturino, this is… Read More
£22.50
Lyman 50th Edition Reloading Handbook – New
The current edition of this classic reloading manual is my first recommendation for anyone looking for a manual. Not that I’d recommend you only use one reloading data source as cross checking is good reloading practice, but if y… Read More
£25.00
The Gun by Christopher Roads S/H
A seminal book based on the 1974 BBC TV series “The Gun” which consisted of ten, fifteen minute programmes covering the development of the gun. Each chapter in the book covers one of the episodes with evocative titles such as “The … Read More
£7.50
Cast Bullet Products
.22 Gas Checks
Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit. Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000. Contact me for current postage options.
Calibre: .22″
£28.00/1000
6mm Gas Checks
Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit. Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000. Contact me for current postage options.
Calibre: 6mm
£29.00/1000
6.5mm Gas Checks
Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit. Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000. Contact me for current postage options.
Calibre: 6.5mm
£30.00/1000
7mm Gas Checks
Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit. Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000. Contact me for current postage options.
Calibre: 7mm
£32.00/1000
8mm/32 calibre Gas Checks
Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit. Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000. Contact me for current postage options.
Calibre: 8mm/.32
£36.00/1000
30 Calibre Gas Checks
Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit. Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000. Contact me for current postage options. Currently out o… Read More
Calibre: .30
£35.00/1000
.35 Calibre Gas Checks
Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit. Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000. Contact me for current postage options.
Calibre: .35
£30.00/1000
.44 Calibre Gas Checks
Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit. Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000. Contact me for current postage options.
Calibre: .44
£40.00/1000
.45 Calibre Gas Checks
Top quality clip on Hornady style copper gas checks made to tightly controlled tolerances for good, consistent shank fit. Gas checks are sold in packs of 1000. Contact me for current postage options.
Calibre: .45
£42.00/1000
Bullet Base Chamfer Tool
This handy little doofur is just what you need to slightly chamfer the bases of cast boolits to ensure an easy fit for gas checks and case mouths. Made of hard wearing steel these tools will last a lifetime and no reloading bench … Read More
£22.50
50/50 Bullet Lube
Along side good cast bullet fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality bullet lube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting. I carry a top quality range… Read More
£3.75
2500 Bullet Lube
Along side good cast bullet fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality bullet lube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting. I carry a top quality range… Read More
£3.75
BAC Bullet Lube – currently out of stock awaiting resupply
Along side good cast bullet fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality bulletlube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting. I carry a top quality range … Read More
£3.75
Carnuba Red Bullet Lube
Along side good cast bullet fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality bulletlube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting. I carry a top quality range … Read More
£3.75
Bullet Lube Liquid Xlox
Product Details Along side good cast boolit fit for you gun, appropriate alloy hardness and elasticity for your velocity a top quality boolit lube is the other essential ingredient for good, accurate lead free shooting. I car… Read More
£4.50
Anhydrous lanolin
Pure anhydrous lanolin available in 4 ounce packages. Lanolin is very useful to the shooter and hand loader. It makes a great case resizing lube. Is a key ingredient in bullet lube especially black powder lubes where it keeps fouli… Read More
£6.50/4 ozs
Firearms
Firearms requiring FAC
Trapdoor Springfield Model “1884” Rifle S/H.
The gun that really “won the West” was the famous Trapdoor Springfield the US Army’s first breech loading metallic cartridge rifle. The invention of the “trapdoor” breech loading mechanism was credited to Erskin S Allin,… Read More
Calibre: 45-70
£985
Rossi 92 under lever carbine .44 Magnum calibre S/H
Based on John Moses Browning model 92 action that he developed for Winchester Rossi’s rendition is a fine and well respected underlever. Rossi has developed a good reputation for its fine solid 92s at an affordable price. … Read More
Calibre: .44 Magnum
£375.00
Long Lee Metford by London Small Arms (private purchase) rifle S/H
A nice shooting example of this classic Lee Enfield built by the London Small arms Co. This is a private purchase gun with no military markings and has no doubt been set up to the owners specification no doubt for target shooting. The Me… Read More
Calibre: .303″
£985
Carl Gustav M41/B sniper rifle 6.5×55 Swedish calibre S/H
Commonly known as the Arctic Predator of Swedish Mauser rifle the M41 was the pinnacle of the rifles development in Swedish service and deemed one of the finest bolt action sniper rifles of its time. The M41/B was the final post w… Read More
Calibre: 6.5 x 55 Swedish
£2800.00
Schmidt Rubin K31 rifle S/H
An honest clean example of the Swiss armies last general issue model bolt action rifle, the rifle was adopted for service in 1932 with production running from 1933 through to 1958 with some rifles remaining in service until the 1970s…. Read More
Calibre: 7.5 x 55
£Sold
Parker Hale Enfield enfield-volunteer-three-band-muzzle-loading-rifle S/H
This is a very nice example of Enfield’s development of Whitworths hexagonal bored rifle. It was developed to give the military a small bore rifled musket to replace the P53, in trials the Whitworth hexagonal bored rifle was margin… Read More
Calibre: .451″
£600.00
Schmidt-Rubin Model K1911 Carbine S/H Calibre 7.5 x 55
The Schmidt Rubin series of rifles was first adopted in 1889 in the Schmidt-Rubin Model 1889. This was the culmination of the bringing together of the work of Eduard Rubin and Rudolph Schmidt. Since 1882 Rubin had been developing … Read More
Calibre: 7.5 x 55
£475.00
Savage 1899 EG Under Lever Rifle S/H Calibre 300 Savage
A very nice 1949 made model EG of the classic Savage under lever rifle.  The 1899 was a popular sporting rifle and was developed from its predecessor the model 1895 which was first hammerless lever action gun ever produced. … Read More
Calibre: .300″ Savage
£Sold
Parker Hale Lee Enfield No1 action sporter conversion. Calibre .303. S/H rifle.
In my youth as a stalker on the hill these guns were estate issue firearms for all red deer shooting, in those days rifle mounted glass for stalkers was frowned upon. The head keeper would say “you are stalkers not bloody target shoote… Read More
Calibre: .303″ British
£Sold
Voere 98 sporting rifle S/H. Calibre 7×64
Classic German sporting rifle based on the Mauser 98 action by Voere. This rifle is in very good overall condition with finely figured wood work, set triggers and a quick detachable, claw mounted, 6×42 Eco scope. It is clear … Read More
Calibre: 7 x 64 Mauser
£675.00
Vickers Standard model
Vickers came late into the miniature rifle game in the 1920s going head to head with companies like BSA and W.W.Greener in supplying the small bore target rifle shooters of the day lead by the Society of Miniature Rifle Clubs. They had a… Read More
Calibre: .22RF
£225.00
Tikka M590 Bolt Action Rifle S/H Calibre: .308” Win.
A very nice second hand example of a classic Tikka sporting rifle in the extremely popular and effectice .308” Winchester calibre. This rifle is in very good overall condition with some wear marks to the wood around the fore end… Read More
Calibre: .308″ Winchester
£575.00
Fultons of Bisley – No4 Action – Target Rifle S/H.
Classic Lee Enfield No 4 action Target Rifle built and regulated by Fultons of Bisley. In 1968 Service Rifle (b) was replaced with the Target Rifle Class ending the NRA’s long association with the service rifle of the day whi… Read More
Calibre: 308/7.62
£450.00
Parker Hale 1200C Superclip rifle S/H.
Classic Parker Hale sporting rifle base on the timeless Mauser G98 action. The 1200C Superclip is one of the rarest versions of these fine sporting rifles having a detachable 10 round magazine. This rifle is in very good overall c… Read More
Calibre: .308″ Winchester
£350.00
GSG (German Sporting Guns) AK47 Kalashinkov semi auto rifle S/H.
These AK copies by GSG are first rate rifles and are taking Mini Rifle stages by storm. More fun than you can shake a stick at; these rifles are perfect for serious action competitions, bunny bashing or just fun shooting.  GSG hav… Read More
Calibre: .22RF
£350.00
Ruger 10/22 semi automatic rifle
A nice stainless steel Ruger 10/22 rifle with a ruger synthetic stock. The rifle come with a butler Creek 25 round magazine, moderator (for which a separate FAC slot will be required) all topped off by a TASCO 6-24×40 scope. … Read More
Calibre: .22RF
£275.00
Uberti reproduction Colt Army model of 1860 muzzle loading revolver S/H
High quality Uberti reproduction of Colts famous Army model. Colts first large calibre belt gun the 1860 became possible by the introduction of high quality steel due to the development of the Bessemer process. A very handy revolver with… Read More
Calibre: .44″
£185.00
Uberti reproduction 1858 Remington revolver
Remingtons cap and ball belt pistol differs primarily from the ubiqutous Colts by having a top strap to reciever. A popular revolver with the military it took its place alongside the colt as a poular revolver in the war between the state… Read More
Calibre: .44″
£185.00
Hemburg Mannlicher action single shot recumbent Match rifle
A very nice match rifle designed to be shot from the recumbent/back position. Built around a Hemberg Mannlicher action it is converted to single shot with a loading plug fitted to the magazine well. Match rifle shooting is the epi… Read More
Calibre: .308/7.62
£575.00
Uberti Remington 1858 “Improved” Navy .36 calibre M/L S/H
A very nice example of Uberti’s Remington 1858 “Improved” Navy .36 calibre muzzle loading black powder revolver. The Navy was Remingtons .36 calibre version of its 1858 revolver going head to head with Colt. This revolver i… Read More
Calibre: .36″
£220.00
Musgrave Bolt Action Sporting Rifle S/H
These interesting sporting rifle were made by Musgrave of South Africa to utilise the plethora of Enfield No1 Actions that were available at that time. This rifle is in very good overall condition and has a no gunsmithing scope ra… Read More
Calibre: 6mm Musgrave
£475.00
Savage 1899 Under Lever Take Down Rifle S/H Calibre .22” Savage Hi Power/5.56x52R
Product Details A fine, example of the classic Savage take down under lever rifle. The 1899 was a popular sporting rifle and was developed from its predecessor the model 1895 which was first hammerless lever action gun ev… Read More
Calibre: 5.56x52R
£475
Uberti Remington revolving carbine .44 M/L S/H
A very nice reproduction of Remington’s famous revolving carbine in .44” calibre. This black powder muzzle loading version is in very good condition with good deep blueing overall with very little wear. The chambers are clean… Read More
Calibre: .44
£385.00
Pedersoli Mortimer target, flintlock, muzzle loading rifle, S/H. Calibre .54
Product Details The Mortimer rifle was the pinnacle of flintlock rifle design incorporating weather proof ignition pan, roller bearing mounted frizzen and a lock safety. Pedersoli’s Mortimer is one of their top of the l… Read More
Calibre: .54
£Sold
Schmidt Rubin K31 rifle scoped. S/H
The model K31 was the Swiss armies last general issue model bolt action rifle, the rifle was adopted for service in 1932 with production running from 1933 through to 1958 with some rifles remaining in service until the 1970s. The … Read More
Calibre: 7.5 x 55
£450.00
Hand Loading Products
Vihtavuori Rifle Powders N100 series
I carry stocks of reloading powders from Vihtavuori, Alliant, Accurate, Hodgdon, Ramshot, Vectan and IMR email for availability and price. Out of stock Powders can usually be got to order within a couple of weeks subject to availability … Read More
£80.00/kg
Primers
I keep in stock – Large rifle, small rifle, large pistol and small pistol and their magnum versions. I usually hold stocks S&B, Magtech, Murom, Federal, Remington and CCI primers. All are at competitive prices starting with … Read More
£27.00/1000 upwards
Harrel Premium Powder Measure S/H
These PREMIUM Culver type measure is one of the finest measures ever made. It has two precision roller bearings, one on each end of the metering device, to reduce vertical play to a few ten thousandths of an inch. They also make it incre… Read More
£185.00
Obsolete Calibre No FAC needed
No FAC Required
Enfield Pattern 56 Muzzle Loading Rifled Musket by GW Bales S/H Calibre .577” Sold
A very nice, clean example of a commercial Enfield Pattern 56 Muzzle Loading Rifled Musket by GW Bales of Ipswich and London.  The volunteer movement members supplied there own rifles, equipment and uniforms and as such were free … Read More
£Sold
BSA Martini Cadet rifle .310” Cadet calibre S/H
A great classic Martini small frame rifle the .310 Cadet rifle. These rifles were made for the Commonwealth of Australia as training rifles for the Cadets. These Model 4 BSA rifles were the basis for BSA’s famous and extensive line of… Read More
Calibre: .310″ Martini Cadet
£750.00
Greener Martini action Cadet single shot rifle. S/H. Obsolete calibre no FAC required.
This is a nice clean example of a Greener made 310 Cadet rifle for post federation colony of Victoria now part of the Commonwealth of Australia. 310 cadet rifles were bought in abundance by Australia both pre and post federation t… Read More
Calibre: .310″ Cadet
£725.00
Rifle Bore & Gun Cleaning Products
C2R Copper/Carbon Remover Gun Cleaner
I am pretty fussy about most things that I put down the bores of my guns and rifles and to be honest most proprietary cleaning potions leave me uninterested having relied over the years on my on cleaning recipes and regime conisting of … Read More
£11.95 – £24.95
Barrel-Lite bore inspection illuminator
Barrel Lite bore inspection light. This handy little tool is just what you need for illuminating barrels for inspection, works from any light source and no batteries are needed. Firearms Inspection Made Easy One Size W… Read More
£13.50
Shotguns
Section 2 Shotguns SGC Required
Beretta A303 semi auto shotgun S/H Calibre 12 bore
Beretta’s classic semi auto has been around since the early 1980s and has proven itself as a reliable and popular semi auto workhorse. This 2+1 gun is very good overall condition with some evidence of use externally as befits a … Read More
Calibre: 12 bore
£Sold
Sights and Optics
Lisenfeld 3 -12 x 56 Spezial. S/H
High quality German optics with illuminated reticle at a reasonable price.
£385.00
Nikko Stirling Gold Crown 1.5 – 5 x 20. S/H
Long established make, robust construction, good glass with variable magnification and flip up covers.
£75.00
Tasco Varmint 6 – 24 X 42. S/H
Tasco scopes provide exceptional value with good working optics and features at an affordable price. This 6-24 magnification scope has marked adjustable focus on the objective end and a mil dot reticle. The Tasco logo button is mis… Read More
£85.00
Parker Hale L81A1 Cadet Rifle rear sight S/H
Rear aperture sight for the Parker Hale L81A1 Cadet Rifle. In excellent condition.
£95.00