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All the guns on this page can be owned in the UK without a licence providing they are kept as a curio ornament in the home, if they are to be used, the relevant licence is required.

As per Home Office guidelines section 58 (2)

Hadley flintlock pistol.

Hadley flintlock pistol.

* A scarce silver mounted (hallmarked 1757) gentleman’s overcoat flintlock pistol by Hadley. The 6 3/8″ barrel with Gold vent, the Walnut full stock has a nice silver shield engraved with a coat of arms and the flintlock fitted with a sliding bolt to the cock (cock has been repaired) a scarce fully silver mounted pistol for only £3,500 *

Note: Henry Hadley son of Charles was noted for a series of silver mounted pistols with Spanish type barrels, two pairs are in the Royal collection, Windsor castle.


Moore’s Patent.


Moore’s Patent.

* A Moore’s Patent Firearms Co front loading revolver. C 1864 – 1870. This pistol tool a special 0•32 calibre “Teat Fire” cartridge which has long been obsolete. No licence is required to own this beautiful piece of history. This silver plated brass framed revolver was loaded from the front, and was a great way round the Rollin White’s Patent, only £550 *



Remington.


Pocket/Muff percussion pistols by “Fenton, London”.


James Woodward Patent.

* 0•30 Calibre rim fire over and under turn over barrel pistol. Scarce James Woodward Patent, nice checkered walnut grips, minor surface marks to finish, crisp working order, 2 7/8″ barrels, 7″ overall, only £550 *



C. S. Rrattuge, Hatfield Mass.

* C. S. Rrattuge, Hatfield Mass, Pat Nov 4th 1875, 0•32 calibre rim fire 5 shot revolver. This swing out cylinder gun is very rare, £POA *



Le Protector.

* French palm pistol “Le Protector” 7 shot, 8mm, overall length 4 3/4″. 1 3/4″ half octagonal barrel, sliding safety catch, obsolete calibre status, no licence required, £POA *



Westley Richards London.

* Single shot percussion boxlock muff pistol made by Westley Richards London circa 1850’s in very crisp working order and condition, with drop down trigger, 1 3/4″ octagonal barrel, overall length 5 3/4″, finely checkered walnut bag shaped grip, approximately 0•40 calibre, only £650 *



Have you got one of these revolvers in your collection , if you have we would like to hear from you ?

~ Only 150 were ever made, but just how many have survived ? and are there any that are in such good condition as this one ?

~ Mick’s Guns brings you one of the most scarce pistols in the world ~

* Bacon Manufacturing company, swing out cylinder revolver. “Variant of First Type” only 150 made. Unique cylinder with removable knurled edge disc at rear fitted onto the extended cylinder ratchet. Believed to be an evasion of the Smith & Wesson patent. A scarce oppertunity to own a very rare gun, only £1,200 *



Prescott Patent.

* Prescott Patent Pocket Model, •32 Calibre, 6 shot rim fire revolver, Circa 1862-1867, with 11.6 cm re-blued octagonal sighted barrel, only £500 *



French 8mm Gaulois.

~ For more photo’s of this extremely rare gun, simply click on the photo’s below ~

~ Mick’s Guns brings you one of the most scarce pistols in the world ~

Inside

Right hand side

Base

* French 8mm Gaulois 5 shot centre fire palm pistol, stamped Manufacture Francaise, Armes et Cycles, Saint Etienne. No 1930, late 19th century, only £1150-00 *

Please Remember

Obsolete calibre guns can be owned in the UK without a licence providing they are kept as a curio ornament in the home, if they are to be used, the relevant licence is required.

~ As per Home Office guidelines section 58 (2) ~