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Diana Smith Diana Smith wrote on September 7, 2012 at 9:17 pm:
l was held up at gunpoint many years ago when l worked as a cashier . The gunman wore a halloween mask and was hooded , but l still guessed who he was . To this day l have never heard of this person being arrested or charged. It seems when it suits the police look the other way
l was held up at gunpoint many years ago when l worked as a cashier . The gunman wore a halloween mask and was hooded , but l still guessed who he was . To this day l have never heard of this person being arrested or charged. It seems when it suits the police look the other way
simon ayley simon ayley wrote on September 2, 2012 at 8:28 pm:
great websit am looking for a bsa lighting if you know of any please email me
great websit am looking for a bsa lighting if you know of any please email me
Douglas Douglas wrote on September 1, 2012 at 3:32 pm:
Hi Mick, Many thanks for the antique guns - excellent examples. Delighted with them, and looking forward to the next ... A pleasure doing business with you. Best wishes, Douglas
Hi Mick, Many thanks for the antique guns - excellent examples. Delighted with them, and looking forward to the next ... A pleasure doing business with you. Best wishes, Douglas
Dean Douglas Dean Douglas wrote on August 28, 2012 at 10:40 pm:
Looking forward to response to my email inquiry. Thank you for your knowledge and help
Looking forward to response to my email inquiry. Thank you for your knowledge and help
Hi Mick mo chara Hi Mick mo chara wrote on August 28, 2012 at 9:33 pm:
Hi Mick, great to get another wee look at your excellent website - a veritable cornucopia of antique, perfectly legal and highly unusual weapons of yesteryear. I can spend an hour or more browsing your website & discover something new, interesting & intriguing!
Hi Mick, great to get another wee look at your excellent website - a veritable cornucopia of antique, perfectly legal and highly unusual weapons of yesteryear. I can spend an hour or more browsing your website & discover something new, interesting & intriguing!
Peter Eastaugh Peter Eastaugh wrote on August 25, 2012 at 1:09 pm:
Good to hear of your total vindication , I am currently applying for my coterminous certificate I did have a youthful indiscretion over 30 years ago , I am yet to see if it will come back to bite me in the "arris" . If it does I will appeal so I may contact you again for advice I have already joined the sportsmans association just in case . Best Regards
Good to hear of your total vindication , I am currently applying for my coterminous certificate I did have a youthful indiscretion over 30 years ago , I am yet to see if it will come back to bite me in the "arris" . If it does I will appeal so I may contact you again for advice I have already joined the sportsmans association just in case . Best Regards
john rhodes john rhodes wrote on August 9, 2012 at 8:46 pm:
hi mick,a good read on your site and so glad you won the lying scum at court,they make my blood boil putting law abiding people through what you have been through and im going through now.the law here is to much of a grey area on rifs and blank guns and gunstar website owner knows my case from last yr but allows all these guns to be sold on there!so whats going on in this country? best wishes mick john
hi mick,a good read on your site and so glad you won the lying scum at court,they make my blood boil putting law abiding people through what you have been through and im going through now.the law here is to much of a grey area on rifs and blank guns and gunstar website owner knows my case from last yr but allows all these guns to be sold on there!so whats going on in this country? best wishes mick john
Mohammad Salamati Mohammad Salamati wrote on August 5, 2012 at 1:32 pm:
David Marsh David Marsh wrote on July 27, 2012 at 10:26 pm:
Keep up the good work,exposing those guilty of corruption can only make our world a better place,from all yours Friends at Tom Thumb and friends.Thank you.
Keep up the good work,exposing those guilty of corruption can only make our world a better place,from all yours Friends at Tom Thumb and friends.Thank you.
guy r. mundale guy r. mundale wrote on July 25, 2012 at 5:57 pm:
Good show mate....what goes around.....comes around..! Perhaps now we can do some business....G'day...Guy
Good show mate....what goes around.....comes around..! Perhaps now we can do some business....G'day...Guy
Alan Clark Alan Clark wrote on July 22, 2012 at 6:58 pm:
Hi mick how's things with you I would like to know we're your shop is thanks Alan
Hi mick how's things with you I would like to know we're your shop is thanks Alan
Neville Pettitt Neville Pettitt wrote on July 15, 2012 at 4:04 pm:
Hello Mick, I regularly visit your website & whole-heartedely agree with the sentiments you advocate. All Good Things, Neville
Hello Mick, I regularly visit your website & whole-heartedely agree with the sentiments you advocate. All Good Things, Neville
harry green harry green wrote on July 14, 2012 at 10:07 pm:
thank you ,,,what can i say ,,just !!thank you.
thank you ,,,what can i say ,,just !!thank you.
CLIVE J RANDELL CLIVE J RANDELL wrote on July 3, 2012 at 9:03 pm:
Hi mike you stood true and proud and for the truth and won,, well done and great site and lovely guns, i will be down to see you and buy some bits off of you Kind Regards C.J.RANDELL
Hi mike you stood true and proud and for the truth and won,, well done and great site and lovely guns, i will be down to see you and buy some bits off of you Kind Regards C.J.RANDELL
J Messenger J Messenger wrote on July 2, 2012 at 9:44 am:
Hello Mick, just to say you have a great site for browsing,I have been a shooter for many years , the past four confined to a wheel chair, thanks to 2 good friends I now do air gun shooting at a local range, Moxons at Hinkley, I would like to say that the other shooters are a great bunch of guys, so a handicap is no bar to one of the best sports and collectting hobbies going, thanks to people like yourself who will not be dictated to by over zealous, do gooders.
Hello Mick, just to say you have a great site for browsing,I have been a shooter for many years , the past four confined to a wheel chair, thanks to 2 good friends I now do air gun shooting at a local range, Moxons at Hinkley, I would like to say that the other shooters are a great bunch of guys, so a handicap is no bar to one of the best sports and collectting hobbies going, thanks to people like yourself who will not be dictated to by over zealous, do gooders.
Paul Marshall Paul Marshall wrote on June 21, 2012 at 5:00 pm:
Hello Mick, Lovely site. I think I may well soon be approaching you to buy or sell something. The story about the police incompetence is very sad. Great great respect is due to you for standing up to them. I think you struck a blow for all collectors there. Thanks. At the end of the day we don't set out to disrupt the peace or to endanger anyone and really our taxes might be better spent chasing after people who do those things. The law should be about stopping people doing wrong and encouraging good behaviour not making us all into children who cannot be allowed possibly dangerous things. This is a far far less serious story but I remember when my mother gave me an old cap and ball revolver for my 18th birthday. My father, who is a nervous type, was afraid it was illegal and called the police for advice. They told him we must surrender the illegal firearm. When you are 18 and have been raised to respect the police it takes a little determination to "stick to your guns". It was several weeks and a few visits to the police station before they police found an officer who actually knew the law on antique guns. Its a pity they did not just pass my dad's question to the right officer in the first place instead of jumping to conclusions and frightening him, making for weeks of family strife. Best wishes Paul
Hello Mick, Lovely site. I think I may well soon be approaching you to buy or sell something. The story about the police incompetence is very sad. Great great respect is due to you for standing up to them. I think you struck a blow for all collectors there. Thanks. At the end of the day we don't set out to disrupt the peace or to endanger anyone and really our taxes might be better spent chasing after people who do those things. The law should be about stopping people doing wrong and encouraging good behaviour not making us all into children who cannot be allowed possibly dangerous things. This is a far far less serious story but I remember when my mother gave me an old cap and ball revolver for my 18th birthday. My father, who is a nervous type, was afraid it was illegal and called the police for advice. They told him we must surrender the illegal firearm. When you are 18 and have been raised to respect the police it takes a little determination to "stick to your guns". It was several weeks and a few visits to the police station before they police found an officer who actually knew the law on antique guns. Its a pity they did not just pass my dad's question to the right officer in the first place instead of jumping to conclusions and frightening him, making for weeks of family strife. Best wishes Paul
Mark Turner Mark Turner wrote on June 16, 2012 at 12:29 pm:
Hello Mick WONDERFUL Collection of unique firearms. My favorites are the cane guns. I was sorry to read about your story, and all I can say is Police are corrupt everywhere. In the USA, the worst offender is probably the TSA... the loss of liberty for the illusion of security. Any good luck, and well wishes from me. /Gun control is proper aim, not the loss of liberty... ~me
Hello Mick WONDERFUL Collection of unique firearms. My favorites are the cane guns. I was sorry to read about your story, and all I can say is Police are corrupt everywhere. In the USA, the worst offender is probably the TSA... the loss of liberty for the illusion of security. Any good luck, and well wishes from me. /Gun control is proper aim, not the loss of liberty... ~me
Alastair Luckham Alastair Luckham wrote on June 4, 2012 at 8:25 pm:
Mick, what a fantastic site you have. I have had hours of fun drooling over the guns you have for sale. Reading about yours and others exploits in the USA. I totally agree with you about the ridiculous and meaningless gun laws we have had foisted upon us; not surprised about the increase in killings thereafter. I too, lost 1000s of pounds worth of lovely hardware on that fateful day in Norwich.
Mick, what a fantastic site you have. I have had hours of fun drooling over the guns you have for sale. Reading about yours and others exploits in the USA. I totally agree with you about the ridiculous and meaningless gun laws we have had foisted upon us; not surprised about the increase in killings thereafter. I too, lost 1000s of pounds worth of lovely hardware on that fateful day in Norwich.
george george wrote on June 2, 2012 at 1:57 pm:
hi mick,just found your site, and very interested in one of your over/under shootguns you have for sale,ie. miroku special skeet. i also have a very old 12gauge reloading tool for rollover cases, its made of brass painted green, sorry cant find any makers name or date, cant see anything like it in your colection. if you could email me back please i could i could try and upload pics. kind regards george.
hi mick,just found your site, and very interested in one of your over/under shootguns you have for sale,ie. miroku special skeet. i also have a very old 12gauge reloading tool for rollover cases, its made of brass painted green, sorry cant find any makers name or date, cant see anything like it in your colection. if you could email me back please i could i could try and upload pics. kind regards george.
John Blanz John Blanz wrote on May 21, 2012 at 8:54 pm:
Hi Mick! I am very interested in purchasing some of your cane guns.Please contact me at the avove email address or call 334-272-1026 U.S.A. Thanks, John
Hi Mick! I am very interested in purchasing some of your cane guns.Please contact me at the avove email address or call 334-272-1026 U.S.A. Thanks, John
George l Gauge George l Gauge wrote on May 19, 2012 at 9:05 pm:
Great site mick ,can spends hours browsing ,looked at an air rifle I would quite like , here's hoping we can have a deal.. Regards George
Great site mick ,can spends hours browsing ,looked at an air rifle I would quite like , here's hoping we can have a deal.. Regards George
shahid nawaz shahid nawaz wrote on May 13, 2012 at 12:33 pm:
It is a very good and informative site for gun lovers, a lots of stuff is available at this site which one would love to know.
It is a very good and informative site for gun lovers, a lots of stuff is available at this site which one would love to know.
steven steven wrote on May 2, 2012 at 3:03 am:
typical law havnt got a clue, if they would spend more time looking for and dealing with the real criminals the world would be a safer place
typical law havnt got a clue, if they would spend more time looking for and dealing with the real criminals the world would be a safer place
Jim Craig Jim Craig wrote on April 30, 2012 at 4:12 pm:
Mick, it has been a lesson for me to read your story although God knows I should not have been surprised at the lengths to which the anti-gun will go to prevent honest gun owners from exercising the rights given to them by law! As a Scot I now wait for their next trick, i.e. the banning or strict licensing of air guns in Scotland. Well done you for persevering and winning your case and (eventually) regaining your property1 Jim Craig
Mick, it has been a lesson for me to read your story although God knows I should not have been surprised at the lengths to which the anti-gun will go to prevent honest gun owners from exercising the rights given to them by law! As a Scot I now wait for their next trick, i.e. the banning or strict licensing of air guns in Scotland. Well done you for persevering and winning your case and (eventually) regaining your property1 Jim Craig
David Caster David Caster wrote on April 26, 2012 at 4:10 pm:
Hi Mick, I live in Middlesbrough and I love trawling you're site. I have several air pistols and air rifle, I have recently been given unlimited access to a friends farm to do clay pigeon shooting, so I have applied for a shotgun license with Cleveland Police, lets see what happens !!, if I am granted one I swear I will be making a visit to you're shop. I have read your artical several times, I would like to know a bit more Mick, are you planning to bring out a book ? Tell you a little tale (I realise that you may have international readers here, so just to advise... UK guns laws are ridiculously stringent). I was in the living room and had just cleaned my CO2 air pistol one of three it is a Smith and Wesson (Umarex) 6" barrel, now I had recently fired it and so was loaded with it's CO2 bulb,no pellets. I had just cleaned and oiled, but never removed the bulb as I do not like to remove when full or half full as it might damage the seal when it expels. There was a knock at the front door and a police officer was stood making door to door enquiries regarding some garden sheds that had been broken into. I laid my air pistol on the arm of the sofa and let this officer into my home....just as he was leaving he said "is that a gun", I said "er no, well yes it's an air pistol I was just cleaning it", "can I have a look" he said, thinking he was merely taking an interest, I handed it to him .... he then reached for his radio and asked for an armed response unit to call at my house, claiming... Read more
Hi Mick, I live in Middlesbrough and I love trawling you're site. I have several air pistols and air rifle, I have recently been given unlimited access to a friends farm to do clay pigeon shooting, so I have applied for a shotgun license with Cleveland Police, lets see what happens !!, if I am granted one I swear I will be making a visit to you're shop. I have read your artical several times, I would like to know a bit more Mick, are you planning to bring out a book ? Tell you a little tale (I realise that you may have international readers here, so just to advise... UK guns laws are ridiculously stringent). I was in the living room and had just cleaned my CO2 air pistol one of three it is a Smith and Wesson (Umarex) 6" barrel, now I had recently fired it and so was loaded with it's CO2 bulb,no pellets. I had just cleaned and oiled, but never removed the bulb as I do not like to remove when full or half full as it might damage the seal when it expels. There was a knock at the front door and a police officer was stood making door to door enquiries regarding some garden sheds that had been broken into. I laid my air pistol on the arm of the sofa and let this officer into my home....just as he was leaving he said "is that a gun", I said "er no, well yes it's an air pistol I was just cleaning it", "can I have a look" he said, thinking he was merely taking an interest, I handed it to him .... he then reached for his radio and asked for an armed response unit to call at my house, claiming he had siezed a weapon....I went nuts...I protested to this cop that my gun was perfectly legal and he was having none of it, 10 minutes later lights and sirens 2 armed cops who admitted they had just drove at 140 mph along the A19 from Hartlepool, then burst into my home and after looking at my now well pawed air pistol declaring it loaded because the CO2 bulb was in, then refused to give me it back, and took it away for destruction.......I was mental and sent a letter of complaint to Sean Price the Cheif Constable, and after 8 months got my pistol back, the only "nice" thing was a note off the Cleveland Police armourer who wrote that he had replaced the CO2 seal......coppers eh and the paranoia surrounding guns
MK Roberts MK Roberts wrote on April 20, 2012 at 8:29 pm:
This is MK in Mtn Grove MO. I assume you all arrived safely back in the UK. Was your flight uneventful considering the guns you had in your luggage, or was their a hassell? Ken was going to make a part for my scope,how do I get in touch with him. Doe's he have an e-mail address?
This is MK in Mtn Grove MO. I assume you all arrived safely back in the UK. Was your flight uneventful considering the guns you had in your luggage, or was their a hassell? Ken was going to make a part for my scope,how do I get in touch with him. Doe's he have an e-mail address?
Colin smith Colin smith wrote on April 19, 2012 at 6:35 pm:
Hello Mick I have just literally found this site (via my son of course). I hope you and your family are well and would like to add that I'm so pleased with your acquittal. Regards Colin
Hello Mick I have just literally found this site (via my son of course). I hope you and your family are well and would like to add that I'm so pleased with your acquittal. Regards Colin
Rob T Rob T wrote on April 18, 2012 at 1:13 pm:
Awesome website Mick, I was appalled to read about the disgusting treatment you received from the Trident mob.. a sad reflection of the state of our once great nation.. Fabulous collection, great pics of the US, we love Bass Pro also, you have many items I aspire to own someday, came on to look how much my small collection was worth, I am intending to call you shortly for a chat. all the best in the future long may it continue
Awesome website Mick, I was appalled to read about the disgusting treatment you received from the Trident mob.. a sad reflection of the state of our once great nation.. Fabulous collection, great pics of the US, we love Bass Pro also, you have many items I aspire to own someday, came on to look how much my small collection was worth, I am intending to call you shortly for a chat. all the best in the future long may it continue
Basil Basil wrote on April 17, 2012 at 9:46 pm:
nice site
nice site
Wayne Wayne wrote on April 12, 2012 at 2:03 pm:
Hallo Mick, It has been a pleasure wondering through your website. Your selection has rekindled my longing for certain type of rifle and you have just what I am looking for. Heres hoping we can arrange something.
Hallo Mick, It has been a pleasure wondering through your website. Your selection has rekindled my longing for certain type of rifle and you have just what I am looking for. Heres hoping we can arrange something.
richard sturt richard sturt wrote on April 7, 2012 at 6:03 pm:
Hi Mick, What a great site ,you can spend hours here if youve got all day.May shoot at Dartford tomorrow ,May see you there. Regards Dick.
Hi Mick, What a great site ,you can spend hours here if youve got all day.May shoot at Dartford tomorrow ,May see you there. Regards Dick.
crescenzo gizzi crescenzo gizzi wrote on April 6, 2012 at 3:18 pm:
Happy Easter to Mick and family, all the best, crescenzo and Victoria
Happy Easter to Mick and family, all the best, crescenzo and Victoria
Neville V Pettitt Neville V Pettitt wrote on March 25, 2012 at 4:17 pm:
Congratulations Mike, the world needs someone like you who dares to question the validity and appropriateness of many current issues and concerns that impact on the man next door. Not only he that has no intention whatsoever of applying for a firearms licence, but the one or two that eventually just might. I currently shoot 15. 000 acres and am always looking for someone to talk politics to when the fur and feather are not conforming to my otherwise well established plans. Feel free to contact me, All Good Things, Neville
Congratulations Mike, the world needs someone like you who dares to question the validity and appropriateness of many current issues and concerns that impact on the man next door. Not only he that has no intention whatsoever of applying for a firearms licence, but the one or two that eventually just might. I currently shoot 15. 000 acres and am always looking for someone to talk politics to when the fur and feather are not conforming to my otherwise well established plans. Feel free to contact me, All Good Things, Neville
b.collis b.collis wrote on March 9, 2012 at 6:06 pm:
long overdue
long overdue
bob coleman. scotland rifles.bobjs bob coleman. scotland rifles.bobjs wrote on March 3, 2012 at 9:28 pm:
cracking place to shop, looking for a 222 for a young gun and i know mick's got one somewhere cheers mick, bob
cracking place to shop, looking for a 222 for a young gun and i know mick's got one somewhere cheers mick, bob
Gordon Marshall BEAMISH Gordon Marshall BEAMISH wrote on March 3, 2012 at 9:12 pm:
My main interest is archery, especially shooting the mediaeval longbow, however, I greatly enjoyed browsing your website. Your treatment by the authorities through Operation Trident was utterly appalling: KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!! I totally support all those who enjoy shooting and collecting firearms (and air-weapons) of all descriptions as a worthwhile and legitimate recreation. Long may they do so!!!
My main interest is archery, especially shooting the mediaeval longbow, however, I greatly enjoyed browsing your website. Your treatment by the authorities through Operation Trident was utterly appalling: KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!! I totally support all those who enjoy shooting and collecting firearms (and air-weapons) of all descriptions as a worthwhile and legitimate recreation. Long may they do so!!!
tony holt tony holt wrote on March 3, 2012 at 1:51 pm:
hi mick just like to say what a pleasure it was dealing with you,will come again when funds allow many thanks tony
hi mick just like to say what a pleasure it was dealing with you,will come again when funds allow many thanks tony
Kevin Ellis Kevin Ellis wrote on March 2, 2012 at 8:42 pm:
Love the website the older Air Guns are fantastic I have a small collection of Crosman rifles. I bought most of them as one lot that no one wanted. I hope that one day I will be able get some of the old Crosmans you have. Great site Thanks Kevin
Love the website the older Air Guns are fantastic I have a small collection of Crosman rifles. I bought most of them as one lot that no one wanted. I hope that one day I will be able get some of the old Crosmans you have. Great site Thanks Kevin
Mike Bakewell Mike Bakewell wrote on February 27, 2012 at 10:45 pm:
Hi Mick Good site, I have looked at your guns etc with interest, nostalgia and admiration. I am a game/etc shooter of many years and have shotguns and airguns and don't like the way shooting is being marginalised by people who's comments and condemnation are quicker than their brains. Interestingly an old shooting mate emigrated to Brazil in 1975 and I keep in touch. I thouight he was in shooting heaven being able to own a variety of guns we can only dream of now in the uk (except you that is Har Har) but he says the actual live shooting experience (i.e. game/ vermin etc) is not anywhere near as good as here!!! There are boar and deer but they are thin on the ground in Brazil so I expect they will (like the rain forests) vanish soon. Luckily he belongs to a shooting club where like minded people get together. We are all of a similar age (60+) and I wonder what will happen to future generations - they might actually have to survive one day and will have lost the vital skills, instinct and tools to make it -- when the fuel and food run out. We'll be gone by then but I hope they hear us laughing! All the best.
Hi Mick Good site, I have looked at your guns etc with interest, nostalgia and admiration. I am a game/etc shooter of many years and have shotguns and airguns and don't like the way shooting is being marginalised by people who's comments and condemnation are quicker than their brains. Interestingly an old shooting mate emigrated to Brazil in 1975 and I keep in touch. I thouight he was in shooting heaven being able to own a variety of guns we can only dream of now in the uk (except you that is Har Har) but he says the actual live shooting experience (i.e. game/ vermin etc) is not anywhere near as good as here!!! There are boar and deer but they are thin on the ground in Brazil so I expect they will (like the rain forests) vanish soon. Luckily he belongs to a shooting club where like minded people get together. We are all of a similar age (60+) and I wonder what will happen to future generations - they might actually have to survive one day and will have lost the vital skills, instinct and tools to make it -- when the fuel and food run out. We'll be gone by then but I hope they hear us laughing! All the best.
Mick Furey Mick Furey wrote on February 22, 2012 at 3:05 pm:
Your treatment doesn't really surprise me. Some years ago, two coppers came to my house because they'd had a report about my old Enfield carbine being in view from the road. They took it away to a gunsmith but returned it with his opinion which matched mine. While they were in the house, they asked if I any other guns so I showed them an old BSA Airsporter of my son's. One of these fellows 'from Firearms Division' of South Yorkshire Police, must have thought it was break-action because he nearly had a hernia trying to break the barrel. I didn't say much, just let my silent contempt show my opinion of them both. So I'm not surprised at Trident's treatment of you; most of these 'police firearms experts' are just cowboys or Hollywood police.
Your treatment doesn't really surprise me. Some years ago, two coppers came to my house because they'd had a report about my old Enfield carbine being in view from the road. They took it away to a gunsmith but returned it with his opinion which matched mine. While they were in the house, they asked if I any other guns so I showed them an old BSA Airsporter of my son's. One of these fellows 'from Firearms Division' of South Yorkshire Police, must have thought it was break-action because he nearly had a hernia trying to break the barrel. I didn't say much, just let my silent contempt show my opinion of them both. So I'm not surprised at Trident's treatment of you; most of these 'police firearms experts' are just cowboys or Hollywood police.
Jake emond Jake emond wrote on February 15, 2012 at 4:32 pm:
hi mick i relly like your antquick guns ,maby wan i can sonn get sonthing from you ,you have a very good eye for stuff ,i useto like the muzick when you swich pages ,talk to you soon ang good job ,
hi mick i relly like your antquick guns ,maby wan i can sonn get sonthing from you ,you have a very good eye for stuff ,i useto like the muzick when you swich pages ,talk to you soon ang good job ,
daniel mcintyre daniel mcintyre wrote on February 9, 2012 at 10:30 pm:
hi mick, hope all is well, got the official verdict of not guilty at worcester crown court last week so now im free thanks to you. i shall be comming down in april to thank you in person +will be taking you up on the offer of a day with you to share my story, oh mick the relief i feel cant be put into words, i thank you so much ! so until april keep well my friend + if you would like a day in april that suits you please mail me, many thanks mick, daniel
hi mick, hope all is well, got the official verdict of not guilty at worcester crown court last week so now im free thanks to you. i shall be comming down in april to thank you in person +will be taking you up on the offer of a day with you to share my story, oh mick the relief i feel cant be put into words, i thank you so much ! so until april keep well my friend + if you would like a day in april that suits you please mail me, many thanks mick, daniel
Tom Tom wrote on February 3, 2012 at 12:40 pm:
Hope you can help me with some info, I am just beginning to start an old gun collection. Loved them for years but never had the funds to do anything.
Hope you can help me with some info, I am just beginning to start an old gun collection. Loved them for years but never had the funds to do anything.
peter hobb s peter hobb s wrote on February 1, 2012 at 1:30 pm:
good luck
good luck
lee lee wrote on February 1, 2012 at 12:45 pm:
hi mate just a rant about the police i go air gun shooting i have permission on a farm one my nieghbours c me coming in with a rifle and phoned the police needless to say they came round took the guns arrested me i got the two rifles back but i had a tt33 torakev and a .25 astra spainish semi auto boxed with reciepts and deactivated certificates but they have disappered i dont no what to do shall i bill them any suggestions please thanks
hi mate just a rant about the police i go air gun shooting i have permission on a farm one my nieghbours c me coming in with a rifle and phoned the police needless to say they came round took the guns arrested me i got the two rifles back but i had a tt33 torakev and a .25 astra spainish semi auto boxed with reciepts and deactivated certificates but they have disappered i dont no what to do shall i bill them any suggestions please thanks
scott scott wrote on January 21, 2012 at 9:49 pm:
Delighted with the items supplied. A true gentleman. Thanks, Scott
Delighted with the items supplied. A true gentleman. Thanks, Scott
Ronald Overton Ronald Overton wrote on January 20, 2012 at 6:04 pm:
Beautiful 100 Remington
Beautiful 100 Remington
Larry Winning Larry Winning wrote on January 18, 2012 at 10:58 pm:
Living in France most of the year I had not read of your disgusting treatment, I have aquainted myself with your story now and I wish you well. I still shoot in France and the Draconian UK. Keep up the good work, very, very well done. Many a person would have been crushed by the treatment you received.
Living in France most of the year I had not read of your disgusting treatment, I have aquainted myself with your story now and I wish you well. I still shoot in France and the Draconian UK. Keep up the good work, very, very well done. Many a person would have been crushed by the treatment you received.
Micks Guns Micks Guns wrote on January 12, 2012 at 9:46 pm:
Dear Daniel, Congratulations ! Thomas Boyd White are the greatest. Come and pay us a vist Daniel, spend the day shooting with us, and lets us tell the world your story. Micks Guns.
Dear Daniel, Congratulations ! Thomas Boyd White are the greatest. Come and pay us a vist Daniel, spend the day shooting with us, and lets us tell the world your story. Micks Guns.
daniel mcintyre daniel mcintyre wrote on January 11, 2012 at 2:13 pm:
hi mick, just writing to thank you for putting me in touch with TBW who done a grand job in defending me. I have just signed the paperwork from the CPS who are now offering to throw the case out of court. I could not of done this without you or TBW + i can't thank you enough as you can't put a price on your freedom. Keep up the good work mick as i am sure lots of people will need pointing in the right direction as i did when i was in a desperate position. I shall never forget the help you gave me + i wish you good health + a long happy life. many,many thanks mick, god bless daniel mcintyre
hi mick, just writing to thank you for putting me in touch with TBW who done a grand job in defending me. I have just signed the paperwork from the CPS who are now offering to throw the case out of court. I could not of done this without you or TBW + i can't thank you enough as you can't put a price on your freedom. Keep up the good work mick as i am sure lots of people will need pointing in the right direction as i did when i was in a desperate position. I shall never forget the help you gave me + i wish you good health + a long happy life. many,many thanks mick, god bless daniel mcintyre
Tony riordan Tony riordan wrote on January 7, 2012 at 1:18 am:
Nick Pascoe Nick Pascoe wrote on January 6, 2012 at 10:47 pm:
I've really enjoyed my ramble through your website and would love to shoot and own some of the guns on offer. If only finances allowed!!
I've really enjoyed my ramble through your website and would love to shoot and own some of the guns on offer. If only finances allowed!!
stuart dingle stuart dingle wrote on January 4, 2012 at 8:57 pm:
fantastic site interesting viewing comming down soon to shoot and browse
fantastic site interesting viewing comming down soon to shoot and browse
steve steve wrote on January 4, 2012 at 12:04 pm:
tidy site/very interesting
tidy site/very interesting
Tony Moore Tony Moore wrote on December 30, 2011 at 6:27 pm:
great website .... I have custom shop model 70's but there is something very English in a bp side by side ..... maybe one day I will have to invest .... and the webley .50 is just magic! glad you got over your drama .... hope they were very very sorry .... Tony
great website .... I have custom shop model 70's but there is something very English in a bp side by side ..... maybe one day I will have to invest .... and the webley .50 is just magic! glad you got over your drama .... hope they were very very sorry .... Tony
shaun palmer shaun palmer wrote on December 29, 2011 at 1:38 pm:
can you help!!! i am looking for a pair of scope mounts for a BSA SUPERSPORT FIVE .22 RIMFIRE.
can you help!!! i am looking for a pair of scope mounts for a BSA SUPERSPORT FIVE .22 RIMFIRE.
rockpile rockpile wrote on December 23, 2011 at 8:14 pm:
Merry Christmas Mick. I am hoping to set up soon selling de-ac weapons so I will be in touch again. Have a good holiday
Merry Christmas Mick. I am hoping to set up soon selling de-ac weapons so I will be in touch again. Have a good holiday
michael olivier michael olivier wrote on December 17, 2011 at 9:08 pm:
god save gun and ammo !!!!!!!!!!!!! remember we all stand together keep up the great work mick
god save gun and ammo !!!!!!!!!!!!! remember we all stand together keep up the great work mick
Jan Stubblefield Jan Stubblefield wrote on December 13, 2011 at 2:32 pm:
Congratulations on your victory over ignorance. Your victory is also a victory for all men everywhere.
Congratulations on your victory over ignorance. Your victory is also a victory for all men everywhere.
Mat Pykey Mat Pykey wrote on December 9, 2011 at 9:55 pm:
Glad to see some justice in the uk to gun dealers, they should concentrate on drug dealers more i think!! bring back the .22 pistol and sign the boom people!
Glad to see some justice in the uk to gun dealers, they should concentrate on drug dealers more i think!! bring back the .22 pistol and sign the boom people!
ian fanson ian fanson wrote on December 8, 2011 at 7:10 pm:
Hi mick just to let you know i received the flurscheim air pistol and cocking tool, Im over the moon with it thanks for all your help, regards Ian.
Hi mick just to let you know i received the flurscheim air pistol and cocking tool, Im over the moon with it thanks for all your help, regards Ian.
John Sargeant John Sargeant wrote on December 8, 2011 at 7:07 pm:
The charles lancaster pair of shotguns would sell if you halved the price and personaly delivered them with a Grand cash back.
The charles lancaster pair of shotguns would sell if you halved the price and personaly delivered them with a Grand cash back.
James Word James Word wrote on November 28, 2011 at 6:55 pm:
Best of luck to you in the future ! Ever make it to California, I got a couple places to shoot up a storm !
Best of luck to you in the future ! Ever make it to California, I got a couple places to shoot up a storm !
david boylett david boylett wrote on November 21, 2011 at 1:09 pm:
hi mick great site im looking to buy a aircane can you help plz ive bin looking for a long time now and no luck i was told if any one could help me its you as when it comes to guns your the man
hi mick great site im looking to buy a aircane can you help plz ive bin looking for a long time now and no luck i was told if any one could help me its you as when it comes to guns your the man
robert potter robert potter wrote on November 13, 2011 at 12:16 pm:
hi mick just came across your site . i was just trying to find out if it would be possible to buy a lee enfeild 303 a gun i have been after for a while but as i live in northern ireland i am unsure if i would be granted it. i currently have two shotguns a winchester 101 and a perfect example of a side by side baikal i get different answers from different dealers cheers and all the best bob
hi mick just came across your site . i was just trying to find out if it would be possible to buy a lee enfeild 303 a gun i have been after for a while but as i live in northern ireland i am unsure if i would be granted it. i currently have two shotguns a winchester 101 and a perfect example of a side by side baikal i get different answers from different dealers cheers and all the best bob
David Davis David Davis wrote on November 9, 2011 at 3:12 pm:
Dear Mick, just to confirm delivery of the de-activated Uberti yellowboy. I am most impressed with the quality of the gun & the proffesional de-activation. It looks good with my collection of period Pietta replica revolvers, god bless and live long.
Dear Mick, just to confirm delivery of the de-activated Uberti yellowboy. I am most impressed with the quality of the gun & the proffesional de-activation. It looks good with my collection of period Pietta replica revolvers, god bless and live long.
daniel mcintyre daniel mcintyre wrote on November 9, 2011 at 7:37 am:
hello mick, things have started to roll with tbw thanks to you, so now i call on you for a question or 2 to answear which will help my case tremendously, as you must be a leading historian in the uk, when antiquity come's in to the subject of firearms, In your honest + knowleged wisdom, what age on average would you consider a firearm to give good consideration of being antique, in europe, usa + here, shot guns to be honest ! and in the world of restoration of fine weapons, as wear tear + not enough care has caused collective guns used for parts of other fine weapons, is there market world wide ? i ask you those as the law struggles with age on guns, + as mine had been found in bits, surely that it could be what a fine gunsmith out there is just what he has looked for since being old enough to pull a trigger, its out of preperation for my day that question of age shall be asked ! thanks again mick, a true gententle man, what or where i'd be without this page to breath spirit + fight back in me. i hope wish you good health + happiness, yours forever greatefull, daniel
hello mick, things have started to roll with tbw thanks to you, so now i call on you for a question or 2 to answear which will help my case tremendously, as you must be a leading historian in the uk, when antiquity come's in to the subject of firearms, In your honest + knowleged wisdom, what age on average would you consider a firearm to give good consideration of being antique, in europe, usa + here, shot guns to be honest ! and in the world of restoration of fine weapons, as wear tear + not enough care has caused collective guns used for parts of other fine weapons, is there market world wide ? i ask you those as the law struggles with age on guns, + as mine had been found in bits, surely that it could be what a fine gunsmith out there is just what he has looked for since being old enough to pull a trigger, its out of preperation for my day that question of age shall be asked ! thanks again mick, a true gententle man, what or where i'd be without this page to breath spirit + fight back in me. i hope wish you good health + happiness, yours forever greatefull, daniel
Ken Ken wrote on November 6, 2011 at 11:05 am:
ongratulations to you Mick on beating the false charges that Trident (part of the Met, the most corrupt police service in the U.K.) tried to use to ruin your life. Unfortunately the British police are currupt and spend far too much time and taxpayers money on persecuting the innocent. This has been proven time and time again in court. I wish you the best of luck in getting your property back as unfortunately I suspect you will need it as the Police have a long history of ignoring judges orders. The usual defence they offer for not returning property is that they have lost it, at least they can't do this to you, even they won't want to say they 'lost' guns held in their care. However I suspect they will just ignore you, do they answer your correspondence? On a side note the U.K.'s firearms laws are a joke, they do their best to prevent pesons from owning guns for legal purposes whilst doing nothing to stop criminals obtaining and using them. Current laws don't even cause most gun criminals to serve prison time (if they haven't shot anyone). How, because most criminals carry firearms to protect their business of drugs. Should they be caught the sentence they receive for the drugs (usually crack or cocaine) is greater than the 10 years for having the gun. As their sentences usually run concurrently as opposed to consecutively (i.e. sentances run together not one after another) the firearm sentence is finished before the drug sentence, hence they have nothing to lose by keeping a gun for protection!
ongratulations to you Mick on beating the false charges that Trident (part of the Met, the most corrupt police service in the U.K.) tried to use to ruin your life. Unfortunately the British police are currupt and spend far too much time and taxpayers money on persecuting the innocent. This has been proven time and time again in court. I wish you the best of luck in getting your property back as unfortunately I suspect you will need it as the Police have a long history of ignoring judges orders. The usual defence they offer for not returning property is that they have lost it, at least they can't do this to you, even they won't want to say they 'lost' guns held in their care. However I suspect they will just ignore you, do they answer your correspondence? On a side note the U.K.'s firearms laws are a joke, they do their best to prevent pesons from owning guns for legal purposes whilst doing nothing to stop criminals obtaining and using them. Current laws don't even cause most gun criminals to serve prison time (if they haven't shot anyone). How, because most criminals carry firearms to protect their business of drugs. Should they be caught the sentence they receive for the drugs (usually crack or cocaine) is greater than the 10 years for having the gun. As their sentences usually run concurrently as opposed to consecutively (i.e. sentances run together not one after another) the firearm sentence is finished before the drug sentence, hence they have nothing to lose by keeping a gun for protection!
Paul Fleetham Paul Fleetham wrote on November 5, 2011 at 6:57 pm:
Just bought my third gun from Mick - previous purchases were Enfield Snyder Rifles and this time a Paton and Walsh 14g. I have bought all my guns from Mick's web site and I am really happy with the quality of the guns and the excellent service from Mick. Many thanks Mick - I will be watching your web site to add to my collection. Paul.
Just bought my third gun from Mick - previous purchases were Enfield Snyder Rifles and this time a Paton and Walsh 14g. I have bought all my guns from Mick's web site and I am really happy with the quality of the guns and the excellent service from Mick. Many thanks Mick - I will be watching your web site to add to my collection. Paul.
M Branigan M Branigan wrote on November 2, 2011 at 4:43 pm:
You have an excellent website, packed with history and anecdotes. I really enjoy reading through your news (and was very sorry to hear of your misfortune, thankfully that has been resolved). I shoot a Beretta SV10 myself, but I am particularly impressed with the Winchester 1887, I look forward to more news and stories. Good luck to you.
You have an excellent website, packed with history and anecdotes. I really enjoy reading through your news (and was very sorry to hear of your misfortune, thankfully that has been resolved). I shoot a Beretta SV10 myself, but I am particularly impressed with the Winchester 1887, I look forward to more news and stories. Good luck to you.
daniel mcintyre daniel mcintyre wrote on October 31, 2011 at 3:58 am:
dear mick thanks for the advice,of which i have written now to thomas boyd white + await their reply now the week end is over ! its a great comfort to know that people like you are out there + willing to help others like me in times of trouble. i wish you the very best in the work you do in the help you give + education of history in firearms, many thanks daniel mcintyre
dear mick thanks for the advice,of which i have written now to thomas boyd white + await their reply now the week end is over ! its a great comfort to know that people like you are out there + willing to help others like me in times of trouble. i wish you the very best in the work you do in the help you give + education of history in firearms, many thanks daniel mcintyre
daniel mcintyre daniel mcintyre wrote on October 28, 2011 at 7:25 pm:
hi mick, hope all is good in life ! came across this site as i have a case coming up at worcester crown court very soon + so i'm looking for help ! after doing work on a old out building i found parts to a belgium made shotgun, the barrel +stock + action but the fore end was missing ! it is belived to be 82 yrs old + has many broken internal parts that a compitant gun user would understand how to fix(maybe) the police say this gun is subject to certification where my independant expert david dyson dissagree's ! this gun was not in public or used for any criminal offence but came to light after i was attacked in my own home by an intruder who came worse off than me + the police gave each other a pat on the back charged me but not the intruder so now im in a spot of bother, if you or anybody can direct me to sound representation i would be forever grateful as i have no legal team + my local solicitors wont return my calls ! all i wanted to do was give it a clean up + stick it on the wall . many thanks danny
hi mick, hope all is good in life ! came across this site as i have a case coming up at worcester crown court very soon + so i'm looking for help ! after doing work on a old out building i found parts to a belgium made shotgun, the barrel +stock + action but the fore end was missing ! it is belived to be 82 yrs old + has many broken internal parts that a compitant gun user would understand how to fix(maybe) the police say this gun is subject to certification where my independant expert david dyson dissagree's ! this gun was not in public or used for any criminal offence but came to light after i was attacked in my own home by an intruder who came worse off than me + the police gave each other a pat on the back charged me but not the intruder so now im in a spot of bother, if you or anybody can direct me to sound representation i would be forever grateful as i have no legal team + my local solicitors wont return my calls ! all i wanted to do was give it a clean up + stick it on the wall . many thanks danny
sabr686 sabr686 wrote on October 28, 2011 at 2:26 am:
Truly an admirable job you've done here, Mick. I dig your love of history, and how it all ties into your life. All the best.
Truly an admirable job you've done here, Mick. I dig your love of history, and how it all ties into your life. All the best.
george hildrew george hildrew wrote on October 26, 2011 at 9:54 am:
I have just purchased a nice little single barrel Cogswell from Mick, and would like to say I am delighted with the gun, and that it's been a pleasure dealing with him, hope to do so again in the near future.Best regards George.
I have just purchased a nice little single barrel Cogswell from Mick, and would like to say I am delighted with the gun, and that it's been a pleasure dealing with him, hope to do so again in the near future.Best regards George.
George Dawson George Dawson wrote on October 25, 2011 at 12:02 pm:
Great site, sorry to hear of your troubles. There are none so blind as they who will not see!
Great site, sorry to hear of your troubles. There are none so blind as they who will not see!
Neil Hoe Neil Hoe wrote on October 19, 2011 at 7:02 pm:
Glad to see a true gent free at last, why should people who keep guns which are part of history be locked up. keep on collecting and keep history alive
Glad to see a true gent free at last, why should people who keep guns which are part of history be locked up. keep on collecting and keep history alive
BJBILL BJBILL wrote on October 16, 2011 at 12:43 pm:
many thanks Mick for a great rifle and excellent service will trade again John
many thanks Mick for a great rifle and excellent service will trade again John
Kelly Nesmith Kelly Nesmith wrote on October 6, 2011 at 11:55 pm:
Hi Mick, Sent you an e-mail concerning info needed on an old antique gun. Hope you can help me. Thanks, Kelly Nesmith
Hi Mick, Sent you an e-mail concerning info needed on an old antique gun. Hope you can help me. Thanks, Kelly Nesmith
Robert Manfield Robert Manfield wrote on September 30, 2011 at 9:26 pm:
Great site, great guns
Great site, great guns
F.Galob F.Galob wrote on September 29, 2011 at 6:16 pm:
great site, nice inventory
great site, nice inventory
lawl ashenden lawl ashenden wrote on September 25, 2011 at 4:59 pm:
great site with some great guns keep it up m8 .
great site with some great guns keep it up m8 .
John Hansell John Hansell wrote on September 21, 2011 at 12:39 pm:
Having seen you on the TV in regard to the atrocity that was committed against you, I am glad to have found this website. As a wild west re-enact-er (only with blank fire) the way the police deal with these situations is deeply concerning to me and I am glad that you have come through this terrible experience on top and beat the corruption. You are an inspiration.
Having seen you on the TV in regard to the atrocity that was committed against you, I am glad to have found this website. As a wild west re-enact-er (only with blank fire) the way the police deal with these situations is deeply concerning to me and I am glad that you have come through this terrible experience on top and beat the corruption. You are an inspiration.
tommy tommy wrote on September 17, 2011 at 8:02 am:
cool as nice site nic guns
cool as nice site nic guns
melv melv wrote on September 5, 2011 at 11:19 pm:
great site and some lovely guns
great site and some lovely guns
robert carne robert carne wrote on August 31, 2011 at 12:27 pm:
Hi Mick, Love your website, and sorry to read of your persicution, thank god justice prevailed, it takes a lot of guts to take on the system so my hats off to you mate,hope all goes well in the future, kindest regards bob
Hi Mick, Love your website, and sorry to read of your persicution, thank god justice prevailed, it takes a lot of guts to take on the system so my hats off to you mate,hope all goes well in the future, kindest regards bob
Micks Guns Micks Guns wrote on August 30, 2011 at 6:32 pm:
Police persecute collectors instead of catching criminals. Mick's Guns are sorry to read some of the guest book entries and e mails sent to us from other innocent collectors telling their equally harrowing stories of their systematic persecution by the Police. We know only too well what you are going through. We as collectors suffer this persecution because of Operation Tridents inability to understand the difference between Sections 1,2,5 and 58 (2) of the Home Office Guidelines, and their inability to stop criminals bringing banned weapons into the country and using them in crime. In a pathetic attempt to save face and fool the public into thinking they are an effective force against this crime, they put on these despicable shows for the media. The persons who suffer are the innocent collectors who act totally inside the law. They raid our houses, bringing along the TV cameras and press photographers and tell them despicable lies, which they initially believe and report on. We often spend months in prison and go to court and are always proven 100% innocent, and the lies they told to the media, the public and the court are largely forgotten. They then look around for another innocent law abiding collector to persecute next, and the show goes on. Innocent law abiding collectors do not argue, fight or shoot at the Police, but real criminals do. This is why we are raided and paraded as the despicable criminals they are just too scared to actually go after and arrest. The only people they shoot are unarmed innocent members of the public ! They never shoot a real criminal, because they would shoot back ! Remember Jean Charles de Meneses..... to mention just one of an ever increasing list !
Police persecute collectors instead of catching criminals. Mick's Guns are sorry to read some of the guest book entries and e mails sent to us from other innocent collectors telling their equally harrowing stories of their systematic persecution by the Police. We know only too well what you are going through. We as collectors suffer this persecution because of Operation Tridents inability to understand the difference between Sections 1,2,5 and 58 (2) of the Home Office Guidelines, and their inability to stop criminals bringing banned weapons into the country and using them in crime. In a pathetic attempt to save face and fool the public into thinking they are an effective force against this crime, they put on these despicable shows for the media. The persons who suffer are the innocent collectors who act totally inside the law. They raid our houses, bringing along the TV cameras and press photographers and tell them despicable lies, which they initially believe and report on. We often spend months in prison and go to court and are always proven 100% innocent, and the lies they told to the media, the public and the court are largely forgotten. They then look around for another innocent law abiding collector to persecute next, and the show goes on. Innocent law abiding collectors do not argue, fight or shoot at the Police, but real criminals do. This is why we are raided and paraded as the despicable criminals they are just too scared to actually go after and arrest. The only people they shoot are unarmed innocent members of the public ! They never shoot a real criminal, because they would shoot back ! Remember Jean Charles de Meneses..... to mention just one of an ever increasing list !
Ted Campbell Ted Campbell wrote on August 30, 2011 at 1:48 am:
I bought and payed for some antique cartridges from you and you had them taken at the airport in Dallas over a year now. Could you please refund my money. Thank you, Ted
I bought and payed for some antique cartridges from you and you had them taken at the airport in Dallas over a year now. Could you please refund my money. Thank you, Ted
Maurice Lowe Maurice Lowe wrote on August 19, 2011 at 12:18 pm:
Hi Mick I"m a 77 year old Ex Infantryman of the early 1950"s , then an ex South African cop for 28 years . Living out there for 28 years , I was able to own all sorts of guns , but coming back to the UK I had to sell them all before I left . This was quite a few years ago now . The nearest I have to something that resembles a firearm is a few air weapons , and one diinkum " Brown Bess " . I have only just found your site , and I think its great , you sure have got some good quality stock . I was fascinated by the " kENTUCKY RIFLE " I saw there I had an Umberti Reproduction Kentucky , and a few other Black Powder guns when I was overseas . I had so much pleasure from these front stuffers , far more than I got from modern weapons . Is it very difficult to get a shotgun licence to own a Kentucky ??. I have farmland I shoot over with air weapons , I"ve no reason to think that the farmer would have any objections if I played around with an old gun . Maurice .
Hi Mick
I"m a 77 year old Ex Infantryman of the early 1950"s , then an ex South African cop for 28 years . Living out there for 28 years , I was able to own all sorts of guns , but coming back to the UK I had to sell them all before I left . This was quite a few years ago now .
The nearest I have to something that resembles a firearm is a few air weapons , and one diinkum " Brown Bess " .
I have only just found your site , and I think its great , you sure have got some good quality stock .
I was fascinated by the " kENTUCKY RIFLE " I saw there I had an Umberti Reproduction Kentucky , and a few other Black Powder guns when I was overseas .
I had so much pleasure from these front stuffers , far more than I got from modern weapons .
Is it very difficult to get a shotgun licence to own a Kentucky ??.
I have farmland I shoot over with air weapons , I"ve no reason to think that the farmer would have any objections if I played around with an old gun .
Maurice .
Jon Fry Jon Fry wrote on August 14, 2011 at 6:37 pm:
Hello Mick, good to see you are back. I met you once at a fellow collectors home in Tonbridge & found you to be a real Gent. good luck to you. Do you ever visit France?
Hello Mick, good to see you are back. I met you once at a fellow collectors home in Tonbridge & found you to be a real Gent. good luck to you. Do you ever visit France?
Shooting Sports UK Shooting Sports UK wrote on August 12, 2011 at 12:45 pm:
Please sign the petition for pistol ownership a fairer firearms licencing system: http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/463
Please sign the petition for pistol ownership a fairer firearms licencing system: http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/463
Jon Stickney Jon Stickney wrote on August 10, 2011 at 4:54 pm:
I'm interested in some of your British airguns.I also noticed that American vintage airguns have some appeal over there and I'd be interested in trading some colonial guns for some imperial ones.If you could provide me with the rules regarding sending airguns to the UK I'd be grateful,and maybe we can do some vintage airgun trading.
I'm interested in some of your British airguns.I also noticed that American vintage airguns have some appeal over there and I'd be interested in trading some colonial guns for some imperial ones.If you could provide me with the rules regarding sending airguns to the UK I'd be grateful,and maybe we can do some vintage airgun trading.
Perry Conrad Perry Conrad wrote on August 9, 2011 at 11:30 pm:
Hey, I tried to e-mail Mick at the e-mail listed on the website. MickShepherdGuns@aol.com. The email came back to me any help?? Have any help? I have some airguns to sell. Have a list and am working on photos.
Hey, I tried to e-mail Mick at the e-mail listed on the website. MickShepherdGuns@aol.com. The email came back to me any help?? Have any help? I have some airguns to sell. Have a list and am working on photos.
JD (Southern Man) JD (Southern Man) wrote on August 8, 2011 at 10:21 am:
Mick, Salutations from New Zealand. We are fighting the good fight down under too, in our best efforts to resist ill-disposed officials and foolish legislators. Without good Judges and tireless lawyers we would be doomed. Regards, JD
Mick, Salutations from New Zealand. We are fighting the good fight down under too, in our best efforts to resist ill-disposed officials and foolish legislators. Without good Judges and tireless lawyers we would be doomed. Regards, JD
Perry Conrad Perry Conrad wrote on August 7, 2011 at 1:50 am:
nik pechy nik pechy wrote on July 30, 2011 at 10:07 pm:
Hi Mick, I am new to your website. Very glad to read you gave the plod a bloody nose. If they won't give you your property back, they've stolen it, so sue the commisioner of the met for theft. A fewyears ago the plod here also tried (unsuccessfully) to shaft a couple of local RFDs, though no where near as viciously as the met treated you. Keep the flag flying. Regards, Nik Pechy
Hi Mick, I am new to your website. Very glad to read you gave the plod a bloody nose. If they won't give you your property back, they've stolen it, so sue the commisioner of the met for theft. A fewyears ago the plod here also tried (unsuccessfully) to shaft a couple of local RFDs, though no where near as viciously as the met treated you. Keep the flag flying. Regards, Nik Pechy
StJohn StJohn wrote on July 18, 2011 at 12:28 pm:
Fantastic website - hours of fun looking around! I will definitely be buying from you in the future - I'm particularly interested in the walking stick .410s and those natty combination guns. Thank you.
Fantastic website - hours of fun looking around! I will definitely be buying from you in the future - I'm particularly interested in the walking stick .410s and those natty combination guns. Thank you.
Larry Larry wrote on July 17, 2011 at 7:41 pm:
Great to see you again Mick,& soooo glad the lying buggers have egg on their face. We all knew it was a stitch up from the start. Live long & prosper.
Great to see you again Mick,& soooo glad the lying buggers have egg on their face. We all knew it was a stitch up from the start. Live long & prosper.
Ben Hancock Ben Hancock wrote on July 3, 2011 at 6:25 am:
Hi Mick I visit this sit at least 3 times! I think it's a fantastic website and extremely helpful, keep up the fantastic work Mick!!!!!
Hi Mick I visit this sit at least 3 times! I think it's a fantastic website and extremely helpful, keep up the fantastic work Mick!!!!!
Connie (Mick's daughter) Connie (Mick's daughter) wrote on June 24, 2011 at 12:19 pm:
Not sure how often my Dad reads his guestbook as he gets so many emails to deal with and customers coming and going but I know he appreciates all your kind remarks xxx. Richard is there a way of doing the messages a bit like fb so people can comment on messages??? John- Mick does have a son called Clint xx
Not sure how often my Dad reads his guestbook as he gets so many emails to deal with and customers coming and going but I know he appreciates all your kind remarks xxx. Richard is there a way of doing the messages a bit like fb so people can comment on messages??? John- Mick does have a son called Clint xx
john john wrote on June 13, 2011 at 11:15 am:
Hey mick ive just applied for a section 2 licence so fingers crossed i will shrotly be coming to you for my first cheap shotgun & then come back many more times to build up a collection of much nicer ones. oh on a side note do you have a son called Clint? i knew a Clint at school & my god does he look like you do in the pics on here. all the best, john
Hey mick ive just applied for a section 2 licence so fingers crossed i will shrotly be coming to you for my first cheap shotgun & then come back many more times to build up a collection of much nicer ones. oh on a side note do you have a son called Clint? i knew a Clint at school & my god does he look like you do in the pics on here. all the best, john