What's New to Mick's Guns         

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~ Updated on the 25th of January 2015 ~



Made for the German Royal Family


* This gun certainly is unique. It has a crossover stock, right shoulder ~ left eye, the whole action is finely engraved, with gold inlay. The butt plate with trap is also engraved. It has a 2 leaf rear sight and folding peep sight to tang, set triggers and and unusual and beautiful swivel trigger guard. Only, £,2750 *

Youngs patent 2 shot pump.

* Youngs patent 2 shot pump action shotgun, patented by Charles Sparrow Young ranking trap shooter in the 1880's, made circa 1902, Only £1,500 *

Pistol case A.

* Pistol case A measures 7 7/8" x 4 1/8" x 1 5/8" O/A Only £45 *

Pistol case B.

* Pistol case B measures 7 3/4" x 5 1/4" x 1 3/4" O/A Only £50 *

Pistol case C.

* Pistol case C measures 7 3/8" x 8 5/8" x 2 3/4" O/A Only £75 *

Pistol case D.

* Pistol case D measures 11" x 9 5/8" x 1 7/8" O/A Only £75 *

Trap Shooting by Bogardus.

* Very scarce 1st edition book on trap shooting by Captain Bogardus, Published in 1878 with inscription by the author himself, only £150 *

Silver pepperette.

* A silver pepperette modelled as a shotgun cartridge, made by Horace Woodward & Co, London 1894, Only £250 *

Pair of Silver pepperettes.

* A pair of silver pepperettes modelled as a shotgun cartridge, made by Horace Woodward & Co, London 1894, Only £600 *


* Inuit art, only £250 *

Webley and Scott Pritchett.

* A scarce Pritchett patent bayonet for the Webley and Scott military issue revolver, it's in great condition. Only £250 *

B.S.A. Lee Speed.

* A rare •303 Lee speed bolt action sporting rifle by BSA which has now been deactivated (shame) it has a 26" round tapering barrel fitted with express sights and folding hooded foresight, the two piece walnut stock with nice crisp chequering and sling swivels fitted, the brass butt plate with trap for oil bottle, this would be worth having barrelled or tubed. Only £475 *

Army & Navy double hammer rifle.

* A good •500 hammer double rifle by "Army and Navy" it has 28" barrels with file cut rib, a dolls head extension and folding leaf sights. The pistol grip Walnut stock has a 14 1/2" pull and cheek piece with a steel butt plate, it has a period repair to the toe of the stock which can be seen in the photo's, its in good working order. Only £2,500 *

Artilary carbine.

* A great •577 two band carbine of standard specifications with 23" barrel, brass mounts and tower lock dated 1859, its in great condition and working order. Only £650 *

Belgian small bore percussion rifle.

* An unusual small bore percussion rifle made in Belgium. Only £375 *

BIG game rifle.

* A good approximately •50 percussion big game rifle by "Unknown", it has a heavy 26" browned barrel with front and back sights. The Walnut stock has an engraved lock plate,  a nice trigger guard with tail piece, a German silver fore end tip and steel butt plate, there is a tapered steel ramrod. in good working order. Only £650 *

Break barrel saloon pistol.

* A very unusual "Belgium/French" made break barrel percussion target pistol, it has a 3" octagonal barrel which drops down to cock the action and for capping. The ramrod

Cased Adams/Whistler.

* A good "Adams" percussion revolver of standard specifications and in it's Oak case with accessories. The revolver retains approximately 75% finish and in good working order. Only £2,500 *

Cogswell & Harrison double rifle.

* A good •450x3 1/4" double barrel big game rifle by the famous London gunmaker "Cogswell and Harrison" the gun is in good working order and condition. Only £3,000 *

Colt revolver Model 1849.

* Colt pocket pistol in 0•36 calibre, all matching numbers and in good working order, only £850 *

Deane Harding.

* A good colectible specimen of a Deane Harding revolver is in perfect working order and good condition, this scarce British percussion revolver can be yours for only £1,350 *

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 *

Kentucky by Golcher.

* A very nice Kentucky/Plains rifle by Golcher with multi groove rifling and double set triggers, fully stocked octagonal barrel all in good working order, Only £950 *

Percussion revolver.

* Unmarked and very interesting percussion revolver made in Birmingham, a good entry level for the new collector only £750 *

Remington Carbine Rifle.

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Tower Carbine.

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Tranter double trigger.

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Victoria Militia Rifle.

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Werndel Carbine Rifle.

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What's New to Mick's Guns


Mick Shepherd's NEW direct telephone number 0044 7970 239211

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