Weapons of Choice ™
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Firearm Replicas for sale
("what kind of blanks do I need?")
Some new, some used, some fire blanks, some are just inert props, but you just might find something perfect for your long-term needs.
SF50 - PEACEMAKER - The quintessential cowboy revolver is single-action only, just as the originals were - the hammer must be pulled back each time before you can pull the trigger. Black frame and grip. New. 22 cal blank-fire $145
SF53 - WELLS FARGO - This "snub-nose" version of the Colt Peacemaker is again single-action only. A great look when you need a gun that can cover anything from 1870 to 1940, with a good European as well as American flavor. New.. 22 cal blank-fire $145
G36 - VIPER - 22 cal blank-fire . An very well performing noise-maker that looks great from all angles. We have used this as a replacement for the Precise Detective revolvers, and couldn't be happier with the change. A props cabinet must-have. New. - $87
SG29 - MAUSER - prop only (although a few of the parts do move) replica of the definitive military pistol of WWI and during the first years of WWII. Nicknamed the "broom handle", it was the first mass produced semi-automatic pistol. New. work/prop only $79
SG51 - SPANISH MATCHLOCK - beautiful replica of the first practical European longarm. It was the standard military musket from 1600 (when it replaces the arquebus) to 1720 (when it was replaced by the flintlock musket). The perfect musket choice for Cyrano and The Three Musketeers. These have working action and practical ramrods. Cannot be made to fire. length = 58", weight - 10 lbs. New. lowest price nationwide $550
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from our rental stock - used props
ENFIELD, Mark 1 -
Also known as the Lee-Enfield and as the SMLE. 44". Still seen in use throughout
the world as a sporting rifle, and yet was designed in 1902 and used in both
world wars. Non-firing, and the rings cannot
support a strap, but they do have working
bolt-actions and drop out clips.
I have way too many of these! I don't have enough room so I have to
clear most of them out!
SK60-5 - AK-47 [Zhekov] - imitated throughout the world, the Army Kalashnikov [AK] model 47 rifle has been called the most successful weapon ever designed. Full steel and wood, with working bolt/slide, this was a real Czechoslovakian "AK" (non-firing now, of course) extremely sturdy and can be fitted with a strap and even a bayonet. Shipments to theatres or schools only.
work/prop - $ 520
bayonet - $ 15
SK43 - STEN Mk III - thousands of these "cheap and nasty" sub-machine guns were made by the British for their own use against the Germans, and were parachuted in by the crate-load to partisan fighters throughout Europe. Still found in use throughout the world. An interesting look since the long bullet magazine is mounted sideways instead of underneath the frame. Removable clip, very sturdy . Shipments to theatres or schools only.
work/prop - $ 265
RG06 - WEBLEY MkIV - .32 caliber blank-fire - used. Alright, it's not a real Webley, but instead one of the wonderful NEF starter pistols. We've dressed the barrel, grip and retaining pin to create the same profile of the famous English turn-of-the-century service revolver. This is one of only two blank-fire replica pistols we ever made in .32 caliber, and now it's on countdown 32 cal blank fire $285.96 [original price - $364] [only one]
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