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Having a clearout, these have been sat in the attic for a while and the wife wants more storage and my son wants to put his Hornby Track matt up there so having to make some space.

Some of these are UK spec for sale outside the EU, sensible offers considered.

Early 30-06 FN ‘D’ BAR Ser. No. 1437 £650

Italian BREDA M37 HMG Ser. No. 948 on tripod, with box of ammo trays £1200

1938 Enf Bren Mk1 Kings Crown DD Ser. No. A3695 (Non matching but Correct 1938 Spec, early scalop lower, Mk1 waisted barrel nut, adjustable bipod, long cone flash hider etc) £1100

1940 Enf Bren Mk1 Kings Crown DD Ser. No. C9186 Original Matching £1000

1940 Enf Bren Mk1 DD 1st Stage Intermediate Ser. No. D5826 Original Matching £1000

1942 Enf Bren MK1 Ser. No. V1662 Original All Matching, all Mk1, very good condition (Not FTRd) £750

1940 Inglis Bren Mk1 DD Ser. No. M242 (rare very early Inglis, 242nd ((7th oldest known in existence)) part of 1st contract as is the pattern room collection example No. M107) £1000

Very rare original SKN Bren, Ser. No. SKN2442 (1 of 17 known in the UK) £1200

Very rare 1937 Bren ZGB33 No.185 (1 of 80 ordered by the War Department in 1936) £1200

Sequential 1937 Very rare Bren ZGB33 No.181 (1 of 80 ordered by the War Department in 1936) £850

Sequential 1937 Very rare Bren ZGB33 No.182 (1 of 80 ordered by the War Department in 1936) £1200

Very rare and early 1928 Enfield Mk1 Revolver Ser. No. 52 (52nd made, No. 42 and 52 are the only pre-production guns known to be in private hands) £600

 

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I bought my first in 1986 I think. It didn’t have a deac cert, it came with a Proof House certificate stating it could not be proofed/beyond proof. I still have it, it’s one of those things I don’t think I’ll sell as I was a kid and saved up all my pocket money to buy. I think it cost the princely some of £45!

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