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Selling my collection fo deactivated rifles SMG and machine guns. Open to sensible offers.Weapons included are as follows.

SLR wood furniture and pre 95 deactivation. Working action.Cocks dry fires.£1200

SLR plastic furniture post 95 deac.£650 ono 

Sten mk3 cocks dry fires with sling  £385 ono

Lee enfield Mk 3 No4 .cocks and dry fires. Comes with sling and 2 bayonets the pig sticker and blade. £375ono 

P14 Rifle same as used by the home guard in WW2 cocks and dry fires.375 ono

Sterling SMG.working slide but does not cock or dry fire.£395 ono

Sterling fully welded up action. £325ono 

AK 47 full welded action.£275ono 

PPHS 41 cocks dry fires £275

PPHS 43 cocks dry fires £275

MP56 Cocks and dry fires, spare mags and leather carry case with cleaning rod.£235ono

Luger Pistol replica and mag cocks and dry fires.£150

Browning Blank firer (Needs repair) with pilots chest holster £50 with some 8mm blanks.

Colt Python .357 Magnum (Broken hammer) £25.

German potato masher practice grenade £18

Have some other bits and bobs or militaria and plenty of .303 inert ammo and speed clips. Even have some 7.62 x54 empty cases

All have at least 1 magazine with each weapon.

If your interested please do get in touch. By PM or mobile.

No 0740 15 19 117

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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hi Phil , arrived back home , is that your phone number in the add , when would be the best time to call so we can have a chat about the bren , my email address is ,   2e0prp@gmail.com , like i said before very interested in that item and maybe a ew other items you have   , look forward to hearing from you , regards  Pete

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Yes that is mine. 0740 15 19 117

Tonight no latter than 2230 or any time tomorrow. Regards Phil 

 

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Yes that is mine. 0740 15 19 117

Tonight no latter than 2230 or any time tomorrow. Regards Phil 

 

 

 

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That is a fine collection, but please do be careful advertising de-acs for sale. In case you have missed all the changes in legislation over he last year or two, it is a criminal offence to transfer ownership (that would include gifting, or leaving in your will) of any de-ac which does not conform to current EU/UK legislation, introduced in April 2017, if my memory is correct. Any de-ac not conforming must be re de-activated to current spec before transfer.

Basically, thanks to the t**ts at Brussels, any automatic or semi-automatic gun must be utterly destroyed by welding everything solid, whilst bolt action rifles must have the magazine modified, and the receiver pinned. I further understand that from the end of June this year, bolt action rifles will have to be pretty much welded solid so that they will no longer cock and dry fire.

I stress that I am not trying to p*** anyone off - as a collector myself, I have no desire to see a fellow collector/enthusiast fall foul of the law.

In this case, the law truly is an ass - the only effect these changes will have is to drive the market for old spec de-acts underground.

 

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And the way they change the laws every year is ridiculous. You can buy a legal EU spec deac this year that by next year is illegal because they changed the spec and made it retrospective.

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