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U.S. Colt Python .357 Magum Revolver ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation )

For sale to customers outside the European Union including the channel Islands and the Isle of Man. The Colt Python was first introduced in 1955 as Colt's top of the line model. This example is a pre-1995 deactivation with clear cylinders and is in excellent condition. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.

Code: 63644

645.00 GBP


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British MKVI Webley Revolver ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation )

For Customers outside the European union including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. This is a extremely nice example of pre-1995 deactivated MKVI Webley with clear cylinders. The MKVI Webley was the standard service revolver used by the British army during WW1. This example is dated 1917. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.

Code: 63643

1200.00 GBP


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British No2 MK1 Tankers Revolver ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation )

For sale to customers outside the European Union including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. This is a very nice example of a No2 MK1 revolver with out the spur on the hammer. The spur was removed to prevent armoured crews getting the revolver caught on pieces of equipment within their vehicle, hence the name "Tankers Revolver" This example is dated 1944 and was manufactured by Enfield. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU Specification. Please email before making purchase.

Code: 63642

495.00 GBP


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British Smith & Wesson Victory Revolver ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation )

For sale to customers outside the European Union including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. This is virtually a U.S. Police regulation Smith & Wesson revolver which designed to take the British .38 round as part of the British contract of 1940 war aide agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom. The British revolvers are commonly referred to as the Victory revolver due to the letter "V" prefix before the serial number. This example is a pre-1995 deactivation with clear cylinders. The side fo the frame is marked with the letters "AF" with the broad arrow marked between the letters which stands for "Australian Forces". It retains the Smith & Wesson trade marked and patent dates. It also marked with the "FTR 55" with an additional broad arrow mark, which signifies this example was refurbished by Royal Ordnance Factory Fazakerley in 1955. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.

Code: 63641

595.00 GBP


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French Mle 92 Revolver ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation )

For sale to customers outside the European Union including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. The Mle 92 revolver is commonly referred to as the Lebel revolver however there is some doubt if Nicolas Lebel had anything to do with the design. The Mle 92 revolver was introduced into the French army in 1893 and remained in service to 1945. This example was produce by Manufacture d'armes de Saint-Etienne and dated 1922. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.

Code: 63640

425.00 GBP


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British Deactivated No3 MKII Flare Pistol

This is a 1939 dated No3 MKII flare pistol produced by Webley & Scott LTD. This example is missing its black plastic pistol grips and internal trigger spring. The pistol will not cock or dry fire. However the hammer can be moved. U.K. Sales only

Code: 63639

125.00 GBP


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Replica German P08 Luger (MGC)

This is a 1990's made replica of the iconic German P08 Luger which served the German army throughout WW1 and WW2. This replica was produced by the Japanese firm Shin Nippon Mokei which was one of the two parent companies of the Model Gun Corporation better known as MGC. When MGC stopped trading in 1994, Taiko and Shin Nippon Mokei took over the models and still produced models under the MGC name. Both companies stopped trading in 2010. In some cases the later produced replicas such as this example was not as well made as the original MGC replicas. This example will not chamber and eject dummy rounds. However it will click and dry fire. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill.

Code: 63638

125.00 GBP


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Replica German P08 Luger (MGC)

This is a 1970's made replica of the iconic German P08 luger which served the German army though out WW1 and WW2. The replica was produced by the Japanese firm Model Gun Corporation ( MGC ), which ceased trading in 1994. However its moulds where taken over by its parent companies Taiko and Shin Nippon Mokei which still produced replicas under the MGC name to April 2010, when both companies stopped trading. However the later replica where not as good as the early MGC models. This example will chamber and eject dummy brass rounds, it will strip down just like the real the original luger. However it does not click and dry fire as the internal bolt spring is missing. Sold subject to the violent crimes reduction bill. U.K. Sales Only.

Code: 63637

175.00 GBP


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German Boxed P38 Pistol ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation )

For sale to customers outside the European Union including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. This is a post-war made P38 still in its original box, which also contains its manual and spare magazine. This example is early post-war, still designated as a P38 and retains the early wartime feature of a short slide grip. When the pistol was re-designated to the P1 in the 1980's the grip slide was extended beyond the safety catch. The spare magazine is actually for the P1. Most examples of boxed P38's do not retain the original manual. The pistol is also marked "BW" for Bundeswehr" ( Federal Forces ). For non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.

Code: 63636

645.00 GBP


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German P38 Pistol ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation )

For sale to customers outside the European Union including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. A very nice example of a P38 dated 1943 and marked with the three letter makers code "byf" for Mauser. The pistol is not matching numbered. However the top slide and barrel are. All the parts are WW2 manufactured and including the magazine. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.

Code: 63635

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