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Breech Loading Antique Long Guns

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)

 

Zimmerstutzen By “Hans Lechner”.

* A scarce 4mm RF Zimmerstutzen By “Hans Lechner” built on the Stiegle System Sn.1414, It has a fluted 30″ ‘Barrel’ with a removable foresight and adjustable tang peep sight, the scroll trigger guard with double set triggers, the Walnut stock with a well carved cheek and thumb rest, the whole in great working order and condition. Only £775 *


Spencer repeating carbine.

* A good civil war carbine “Spencer repeater” this one being made by the Burnside rifle company of Providence, Rhode Island. This carbine is fitted with the scarce “Stabler” cut off it has a good bore and is in great working order and good condition. Only £1,750 *


Marlin Model 1893.

* A super model 1893 Marlin lever action rifle in the much sought after •32-40 calibre, it has a 26″ round barrel with a full length magazine tube, this rifle is in fantastic original full colour case hardened finish to action, the gun having had very little use. Only £3,500 *


Marlin Model 1881.

* A good model 1881 Marlin lever action rifle in •40-60 made between 1881-1892 this has a full octagonal barrel with a full length magazine tube under, it’s in good working order and condition, a great gun for the cowboy re-enactor or collector. Only £1,500 *



John William Parkhouse.

* A good 12 bore side by side pin fire sporting shotgun by John William Parkhouse, it has 29 3/4″ barrels fitted to a super figured Walnut stock with a pull of 14 1/2″ inc the steel butt plate, it’s 46 1/2″ O/A and in good working order and condition. Only £775 *


Remington No4.

* A good “Remington new model No4″ rolling block rifle C.1913-1923 it’s in •32rf short-long, it has a 22 1/2” full octagonal barrel with a take down action, these were made for the boy scout’s and has a production run of between 10,000 – 25,000, the rifle is in good working order and condition. Only £675 *


Tower Carbine.

* A very nice carbine with Tower lock, in very good working order and condition, Only £750 *


Remington Carbine Rifle.

* This Carbine has the trade mark and proof mark of Carl Gustav stamped on the action, it has a full stocked 18″ barrel with sights and 34 1/4″ O/A with a good bore the gun is in great working order and condition. Only £650 *


Werndel Carbine Rifle.

* A good Werndel carbine with 20 5/8″ barrel and 37 3/4″ O/A, it has a tight action with a super bore and in great working order and condition, Only £750 *


Engraved I. Hollis.

* A good •577-450 Martini Henry sporting big game rifle by Isaac Hollis & Sons, Birmingham, with nicely engraved action and express sights it’s in good overall condition and working order. Only £950 *


Marlin Model 1881.

* Very rare Marlin Model 1881 lever action rifle in the calibre 0•32-40. Full octagonal barrel with full length magazine tube, the classic cowboy rifle with the very smooth action. Section 58 (2) No Licence needed. Only £1,800 *


Remington Hepburn.

* A scarce “Remington Hepburn” in •32-40, this is a great target rifle with the adjustable foresight and flip up tang sight, it has a super bore and is in good working order and condition, it really does shoot well. Only £4,250 *


Colt Lightening •40-60.

* A scarce “Colt” made pump action rifle of heavy frame in •40-60-260, this is one of the only models that we are able to own in the UK without a licence, it has a good bore and is in great condition and working order. Only £4,000 *


8 bore single barrel shotgun.

* A very good 8 bore single barrel shotgun by “G. E. Lewis”, the gun has a 36″ browned Damascus twist barrel which is choke bored and engraved with “G E Lewis, choke bore, Lower Loveday St, Birmingham, No 6926″ which is fitted to a pistol grip walnut stock making it 53” overall in length, the back action lock hammer lock is finely engraved with ducks taking off from a marsh setting with some scroll engraving the whole in good overall condition and working order plus a good bore, these have been going up in value and harder to find, no licence required, Only £2,250 *


Westley Richards ZAR.

* A standard Westley Richards & Co manufactured ZAR with Henry rifling, great condition and working order, only £850 *

•50-70 Springfield carbine.

* A scarce •50-70 Springfield carbine, it has a 22″ barrel with a great bore, the top of the lock marked 1866 with an Eagle head under and the lock and trigger guard, all with matching numbers 2210. The gun has been restocked and Indian decorated, this gun is in good working order and condition and would make a great shooter if put on your FAC. Only £1,500 *


•577 Snider Carbine.

* A nice •577 Snider Carbine with a good bore having five groove rifling, this was made by W. H. Tisdall with the lock dated 1872, this is a good honest gun in good working order and condition. Only £675 *


Winchester take down model 1894.

* This would have been a great Winchester carbine model 1894, Sn.395xxx C.1907 if some idiot hadn’t tried to file part of the barrel round, as this is a take down model with a 20″ barrel and 2/3 magazine tube, the gun is chambered for the •32-40 (section 58-2) I believe this was part of a Japanese contract. Only £2,250 *


Winchester Model 1876.

* A rare Winchester model 1876 musket carbine in •45-75 gun number 62xxx C.1888 only 1118 produced that year, there is a minor crack to the forend other than that it’s a great gun for the collector. Only £3,250 *


Winchester Mod 1886

* A very nice, very scarce, big bore Winchester model 1886 rifle in the caliber of 40-82. It has a crescent butt stock and full length round barrel, c.1893 No.823xx. one of the best 40-82 Mod 86’s I have ever seen, Only £2,750 *



Remington rolling block carbine.

* A nice Remington rolling block carbine in •44-77 a great gun for only £950 *