HISTORIC GUNS

OBSOLETE CALIBRE GUNS

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Guns advertised in this section may be owned without a FAC or SGC provided they are held in accordance with Section 58(2) of the 1968 Firearms Act (as a curiosity or ornament) and not fired. If the intention is to fire them, they must be brought onto the appropriate certificate beforehand. 


Please note: Prospective purchasers will be required to declare that they are not prohibited from owning Section 58 guns under section 21 of the Firearms Act 1968.

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OC115
 
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A scarce 3rd model Remington .41 rimfire double barrelled over and under derringer pistol commonly carried by riverboat gamblers in the late 1800's.  Remington Arms Co. Ilion. N.Y. boldly engraved on top flat. Good overall patina to frame and barrels. Tiny crack to left hand side of top hinge (does not affect operation). Chequered black gutta percha grips (light wear).  Fully working action. Overall length approx 5 inches. S58 obsolete calibre, no licence required. 800
OC116
 
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A good .577 cal Snider Enfield carbine most probably cut down from a Snider pattern 1853 conversion and issued to the Canadian Cadet Corps. The lock with flat faced hammer and marked 1860 Tower and crowned V.R.  20 inch barrel with rifle pattern rear sight. Walnut half stock with plugged rod channel. Brass trigger guard and butt plate (with markings on tang).S58 obsolete calibre, no licence required.600
OC117
 
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A good Stevens Ideal 'English model' .25 rimfire cal falling block rifle. 24 inch octagonal to round barrel with brass blade front sight and marked with makers name and address. Plain falling block action. Figured walnut two piece English style stock with a couple of old cracks (old repairs), highly engraved original buttplate (small piece missing at toe). Fitted with an original rear peep sight (Lyman/Marbles)? to top tang.S58 obsolete calibre, no licence required.500

 

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