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Named British WW1 1916 Brass 1" MK III Trench Flare/ Signal Pistol By W.W. Greener Birmingham Engraved ‘Cambrai 1918’ and With Rifle Regiment Badge Together With Rifle Regiment Officer’s Name ‘F.V. Smith’. Sn 13739 - 13739
The Battle of Cambrai, 1918 was a battle between troops of the British First, Third and Fourth Armies and German Empire forces during the Hundred Days Offensive of the First World War. The battle took place in and around the French city of Cambrai, between 8 and 10 October 1918. The battle incorporated many of the newer tactics of 1918, in particular tanks. This is an excellent British WW1 brass 1" Mk. III Trench flare pistol made by W.W. Greener of Birmingham in 1916. It has its original wooden grips and the butt is holed for lanyard ring. It is nicely stamped on the left side 'W.W. Greener Birmingham, '16' (1916 date) and ' III (Mark 3) with clear proof inspection marks & War Dept arrow. The right side is stamped with Greener’s 'Elephant' trademark and serial number '2187'. The right side is also crisply engraved with a depiction of the badge of a British Rifle Regiment & ‘Cambrai Oct 1918’ in remembrance of the battle together with the name ‘F.V. Smith’ no doubt the name of the British Rifle Regiment Officer who owned this flare pistol and most likely used it during the battle. The pistol strips, cocks and dry fires perfectly. Price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 13739

MINT, Soviet Kalashnikov AK47/ AKMS 7.62 x 39mm Assault Rifle With Folding Stock. Sn 13624:32 - 13624:10
There are a wide range of AK47 Models and variants but the structure remains the same. The AKMS with Folding Stock was introduced as an improved variant of the AK-47 in the 1950's & saw service in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. This near mint AK47/ AKMS is serial number 4098216. The composite stock and metal work of this weapon are in near mint condition retaining their original finish. It has a folding skeleton stock, shrouded fore sight and adjustable rear sight. Deactivated in 2010 this weapon has a moving trigger, the magazine can be removed and the stock folds correctly. The slide does not move. The frame is stamped with numbers and inspection marks (illustrated). Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13624:10

MATCHING NUMBERS, Korean War & Cold War Era 1952 Russian Izhevsk Arsenal Tokarev TT-33 7.62mm Semi Automatic Pistol. Sn 13691 - 13691
The TT-33 7.62 mm Tokarev self-loading pistol is a Russian semi-automatic pistol developed in the early 1930s by Fedor Tokarev as a service pistol for the Soviet military to replace the Nagant M1895 revolver that had been in use since Tsarist times. The pistols were issued to Russian Officers and were used throughout WW2, the Korean War and the Cold War era. This a very good original example The pistol has its original blue finish & it strips cocks & dry fires. The left side of the frame is stamped ‘1952’ (date) together with numbers nc1631 and triangle with arrow Russian Izhevsk arsenal mark. Its black Bakelite ribbed grips are undamaged & have 5 pointed star ‘CCCP’ embossed roundels. The butt has a fixed lanyard ring. The pistol has fixed fore & rear sights and military ring hammer. Its original magazine is stamped with matching number ‘nc1631’ together with a separate struck out number. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13691

RARE, 1914- 1924 American Harrison & Richardson Arms Company 1907 & 1909 Patent .32 Calibre Self Loading Pistol (Webley .32 Semi Auto). Sn 13690 - 13690
In 1905, the famous British revolver-making firm of P. Webley & Scott introduced a series of blowback-operated pistols in .25 and .32 calibers that were designed by William Whiting. The .32 model was adopted by a number of police departments in Great Britain and throughout the empire. After negotiations with Webley in 1909, H&R obtained a license to produce the British firm’s pistols for sale in North America, and in 1912, H&R introduced the Harrington & Richardson .25 Caliber Self-Loading Pistol. While the .25-caliber pistol was almost identical to the Webley design, H&R’s engineers, with the assistance of Whiting, decided that some improvements would make the larger caliber model more attractive to American buyers. First, they substituted a simple internal striker mechanism for the Webley’s cumbersome, external hammer. This provided a smoother, snag-free exterior and also did away with the heavy hammer spring, which made retracting the slide to chamber a round much easier. Also added was a grip safety that blocked movement of the firing pin unless it was fully depressed. In 1914 the Harrington & Richardson .32 Calibre Self-Loading Pistol was released on the market. It possessed the slab-sided, squared-off silhouette; sharp grip-to-frame angle; and exposed barrel common to the Webley semi auto pistols. The pistol had a 3.5-inch barrel and measured 6.5 inches overall. It weighed 20 ounces unloaded. Grips were hard rubber. Manufacture of the .32 pistol continued until 1924, with approximately 40,000 units being produced. During World War II, the U.S. government obtained numbers of nonstandard handguns, and a small number of H&R pistols were among them. According to Dutch arms expert Bas Martens, in 1941, the Koninlijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (KNIL)–the military forces in the Dutch East Indies–obtained a quantity that were issued as the 7.65mm Pistool H&R. The Dutch national police used others in the postwar years. This is a rare, original H&R (Webley) .32 Calibre Automatic Pistol. It has the correct internal hammer & correct hard rubber chequered grips with embossed combined ‘HR’ roundel grips which are undamaged. The pistol is in very nice original and complete condition. It has a 'v' groove rear sight and a blade foresight. The 8 round magazine is released by pressing a button on the bottom of the frame between the grips, this operates as it should. On the left side of the receiver it has ‘H&R Self Loading Calber .32’ along with number ‘27910’ and ‘Safe’ above the frame mounted safety catch lever. The right side is stamped with Harrison & Richardson Arms Co address and Patent detail (all illustrated). The pistol strips, cocks and dry fires. It is complete with a de-activation certificate and the price includes UK delivery. Sn 13690

***SOLD***SOLD*** SCARCE, French Brevete SGDG Hotchkiss 7.92mm Calibre Strip Feed Light Machine Gun Turkish 1922 Contract With Bi Pod. Sn 13689 - 13689
A very scarce French manufactured Hotchkiss strip feed Light Machine Gun made for the Turkish Government in 1922. All metal work and wood furniture is excellent & original. The frame is marked with Turkish script and crest indicating that it was made in France and supplied to the Turkish Government as part of Contract in 1922. The side of the frame is crisply marked 'Brevete S.G.D.G No.3293' (illustrated). It is fitted with bipod, forward wooden grip handle, folding steel butt plate / shoulder support & swivelling wood carry handle. The weapon strips, cocks and dry fires as it should. These are scarce weapons, rarely found on the collector's market. Price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. D 13689

British WW1 1915 Webley MK III Brass 1" Calibre Trench / Signal Flare Pistol. D 1441 - D 1441
An original British WW1 1915 MK III Brass Trench / Signal Flare Pistol By Webley & Scott Ltd. The pistol is fitted with undamaged slab wood grips. The pistol cocks and dry fires perfectly and has excellent, clearly defined Webley manufacturer's name, model and War Department inspection stamps on the left side of its frame together with "Webley & Scott Ltd London & Birmingham 15(1915) III" and the War Department 'Broad Arrow. It also has serial number 15538" together with Webley Winged Bullet on the right side of its frame. The pistol is complete with military lanyard ring. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. D 1441

WW2 Sten MK III 9mm Sub Machine Gun By LB (Lines Brothers Ltd / Triang). Sn 13624:31 - 13624:31
The 9mm Sten was mass produced from pressed metal parts as an urgent production for the British War effort. This is an excellent WW2 Mk III Sten Sub Machine Gun. Deactivated to intermediate spec in 2002 it has a moving trigger and slide and the magazine can be removed. This item would compliment any WW2 display. It has the manufacturer's stamp 'LB' (Lines Bros Ltd), together with serial number stamped on the bottom of the magazine housing (illustrated). Lines Brother's Ltd was a large Toy making Company operating under the name Triang. In WW2 to support the War effort Line's Brothers became the largest manufacturer of MK III Sten SMG's. The top of the housing is stamped ' Sten M.G. Mk III'. The price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 13624:31

SOLD SOLD SOLD INTERMEDIATE SPEC WW2 WD Sten MK II 9mm Sub Machine Gun By S106 (Spear & Sons Ltd Enfield). Sn 13624:30 - 13624:30
The 9mm Sten was mass produced from pressed metal parts as an urgent production for the British WW2 War effort. This is a great condition WW2 MK II Sten Sub Machine Gun. Deactivated to intermediate spec in 2005 it has a moving trigger and slide and the magazine can be removed. It has the manufacturer's war time code 'S106’ on the underside of the magazine housing which is the British war time code for Spear & Sons Ltd Enfield London, together with serial number. The top of the housing is stamped 'Sten Mk II' together with WD arrow. The price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 13624:30

INTERMEDIATE SPEC, Post 1950 Danish Madsen M-50 9mm calibe Sub Machine Gun With Folding Stock. Sn 13624:29 - 13624:29
The Madsen M-50 or M/50 is a submachine gun introduced in 1950. It was produced by the Danish company Dansk Industri Syndikat of Copenhagen, Denmark. The company was otherwise known as Madsen after its founder Vilhelm Herman Oluf Madsen. These weapons were mass produced from pressed metal parts. This is an excellent example deactivated to intermediate spec in 2010 it has a moving trigger and slide, the magazine can be removed and its folding stock operates as it should. The stock is correctly bound in brown leather. It has a forward sling swivel and fixed sling bar at the grip. The frame is stamped by the manufacturer ‘Madsen’ and it is serial number ‘113443’. The price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 13624:29

1961 Dated Israeli, IMI (Israel Military Industries) UZI 9mm Sub Machine Gun With Detachable Wood Stock. Sn 13624:28 - 13624:28
The first Uzi Sub machine gun was designed by Major Uziel Gal in the late 1940s. The Uzi has found use as a personal defence and Military frontline weapon by elite light infantry assault forces in nearly every theatre of war since its introduction. This UZI SMG has great metal and wood work throughout. It has excellent undamaged composite pistol grips and short fore stock together with a detachable wooden stock with ribbed steel butt plate. The wood stock is quickly detached from the Machine Pistol by a thumb operated lever underneath the stock. The stock and Machine Pistol are fitted with sling swivels. The weapon has grip safety, top lever cocking and is fitted with the correct 32 round magazine. This UZI is nicely stamped on the left side of its frame with 'MP UZI Kal. 9mm' numbers '82474' and date 2/61 ( feb 1961) together with the manufacturers mark 'IMI' within a lozenge shape (Israel Military Industries). The weapon deactivated in 1998 has no moving parts but the stock and magazine can be removed. This is a great opportunity to own an iconic, deactivated UZI SMG. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13624:28
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