If only they could speak, what stories would they tell...
I Never Have Stock On Hand!
All firearms are stored with another dealer
under secure 24/7 guard at another location.
All comings and goings of people and vehicles are
remote monitored and recorded 24/7
If you're stupid enough to contact me trying to obtain a firearms, parts or accessories illegally be warned,
I log those calls and e-mails and pass them on to the Police!
I've invested to much into this business to risk it all for a few crooked bucks!
Some pictures are examples only and there may be variations in finish, sights, grips, serial numbers and accessories etc.
If you purchase any item from RPG you are in full agreement with
all my sales policies. Remember, my shop, my rules...
BSA Cadet .310 GOOD This classic collectors gun has a few dings in the stock and some light surface rust but also a good bright
and very shootable barrel--$365
ARISAKA Type 38 6.5x50 GOODISH
I believe these
guns were bought into Australia in the late 1970s by the "Armoury" here in
Sydney that opened in
York St and then moved George St. I spent many a happy hour of my youth wandering George Street's "magic mile" of gun shops back in the 1970s and 80s "Sigh..."
Look at the prices in this 1981 vintage "Armoury" add back in 1981...
These guns were used by various Asian military and police units after the war and ultimately ended up in an army warehouse somewhere
in Malaysia untill eventually being bought as a job lot and shipped to Australia. (If only it could talk.)
The example I have here is almost certainly from that job lot and has seen a lot of use and very little care. Its bore is very dark as could be imagined
and the exterior is rough but not beyond restoration. It comes with a bayonet and it still has it MUM and the bolt and action match, it also has its
original cleaning rod though the end has snapped off at some time in its long history. All in all its a typical example of the type 38 that are becoming harder
to come by nowadays in any condition--$895
ENFIELD 1897 L.E 1
This ex-farm gun has seen better days but still has its original mag with cut
off, front volley sight and bolt,
good for parts etc--$225
LITHGOW SMLE .303 1941
A WW2 SMLE that has seen very little use if any. The numbers on the bolt,
receiver and nose cap all match and
the rifling is bright sharp and deep and the wood is immaculate. It comes with sling, extra butt stock and unissued bayonet marked "SLAZ 1942"--$1995
NORINCO JW-25A .22 NEW Are you a "Stormtrooper" on a budget? An "Oberschutze" with an over draft or a "Reichskokarde" in the red? Then the JW-25A is
for you Kameraden! Manufactured by our fraternal brothers and sisters in faraway China this is a handsome recreation of the classic German K98, it will
even mount an original bayonet or any modern scope and because of its heft its VERY stable and VERY accurate, great for the SSAA small-bore service match.
Mein Gott im Himmel it just screams, "Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Fuhrer!" Start annexing your Sudetenland today!--$525
St Etienne Mle 1907-15 8×50mmR Lebel GOOD A classic French WW1-2 war-horse, receiver, bolt and stock numbers all match--$825
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FINNISH M65 NBC SUITS Unissued Great for Fishing, hunting, camping or just keep one in the car for the unexpected...
Very collectable, about 1980s vintage. This enchanting ensemble will keep you fashionably dry and warm during the most torrential toxic downpours
and viral lockdowns. Be the envy of your mutating friends and the centre of attention in all the trendiest bus shelters, supermarkets, hospitals and nursing homes
or you could just walk around your local shopping centre with a bull horn shouting, "Please do not be alarmed, remain calm, there is no need to panic....!"
The material is light, tough and resilient. It come with separate over gloves and boots, pants and jacket, one size fits all, very limited stock---$45
Helmet, gasmask and son not included.
Australian Cartridge Display Company.
Your chance to own a uniquely Australian display of
24 military, pistol and sporting rifle cartridges.
Go to Australian Cartridge Display Co for more information.
Automatic Internal and External
Surveillance Camera Systems.
Once the motion detector is triggered the camera will instantly send notifications and
snapshots to 5 email address and a live video stream to your mobile phone!
Go to Camera Systems for more information.
No Gun smithing scope mounts for
SMLE No1-Mk3 and Enfield No4-Mk1,2,5
SMLE No1-Mk3 No4-Mk1,2,5
Great if you don't want to ruin the original
finish and configuration of
your rifle with ugly drill and tap holes but still want to mount a scope.
Made of tough T6 aluminium bar and shaped on a CAD machine (not moulded or cast) these
high quality scope mounts will last a life time!
Uses Weaver type rings comes with tool and simple to follow instructions.
Price includes post direct to you---$75
Go to Scope Mounts for more information.
CIVIL RIFLES & SHOTGUNS.
BAIKAL "Toz 16/01" .22 Single Shot ALMOST MINT A great little example of no nonsense 1970s "Superior Soviet Technology!"
The gun seems to have been little used if at all and comes toped with a nice Tasco 4x32 scope. "Is strong like Ox, smart like tractor!"--$395
BSA "Sportsman" .22 GOOD A nice "man sized" single shot rim fire with lovely Honey coloured wood, home checkered but not a bad job--$125
BSA "Cadet Major" .177 VERY GOOD An early 1950s spring gun that any boy would have been proud to own and still it topnotch working order!--$395
SPORTCO Model 44 .308 VERY GOOD Though the
days of the venerable M44 winning the "Queens Shoot" may be over they are now
having a second
lease of life as highly accurate field and serves rifles and deadly long range varmint guns! This gun has lovely ding-free wood and comes with a full set of range
sights with tools and has been drilled and taped for a scope mount, I can vouch for their accuracy as I shoot one in field and serves matches--$365
SPORTCO Model 40 .22 VERY GOOD A solid little single
shot in top condition, the stock is clean and has been home checkered
a pretty good job overall--$125
WEBLEY "JUNIOR" .177
VERY GOOD One for the collectors out
there. Made in the late 1940s-1950s this beautiful little air gun is in original
with a very low serial number, 867--$125
PISTOLS & REVOLVERS.
COLT "Police Positive" .32 from "Walter Locke & Co Ltd of Calcutta & Lahore" (Google them) EXCELLENT A beautiful little revolver retaining
about 70% of its original finish, tight lock up and very clean throughout, if only it could talk...-$625
FN "Special" .22 FAIR
of great old world charm, lovingly crafted somewhere in the mystical outback of
our great Australian continent!
From the elegant sweep of its custom made grip to the delicate hand tooling of the genuine rawhide holster, this is a rare jewel of the
rustic gun makers art, a true joy to behold; a precious item only the most discerning of collectors would appreciate.
Would I lie, trust me I'm a gun dealer...
Ok! Ok! It's a crappy old FN .22 rifle some Cocky somewhere made into a pistol!---$95
WARNING! Before you rampage gleefully towards your old rifles with hacksaw in hand be aware that the powers that be frown mightily upon people shortening firearms so unless you want to end up playing mammas and poppers with Jamal and Crusher at one of her majesties fine holiday homes for wayward citizens, make sure you have a pistol licence (Cat H) and that gun is reregistered as such and always check with your states firearms registry and believe me claiming that you were only making "Contemporary Australiana" won't cut the mustard with the Beak!
FOREHAND & WADSWORTH "British
Bulldog" .38 FAIR The action is sloppy and needs some work but the
barrel is surprisingly sharp and
it seems to have retained most of its original nickel finish--$225
HILLS PATIENT "Self Extractor" .380 GOOD A solid double action revolver of 1880 vintage with a wonderfully convoluted extraction system
and very early serial number!--$495
HUSQVARNA 1906 9mm Browning Long EXCELLENT A beautiful gun in beautiful, original condition!---$865
LIÈGE ARMS Co "Bulldog" .38 FAIR The action is loose but acceptable but the rifling is long gone as has the original finish--$225
L & J Warnant Frères .380 FAIR
The exterior finish is long gone and the surface is
pitted though not disastrously so, the barrel is rough but
still shows plenty of deep rifling. The action is double action and understandably loose but the unusual extraction system is still mechanically
sound, it's an interesting piece non the less--$365
MAUSER C96 "RED 9" Repro grips NEW---$85
"SPORTOWY" VERY GOOD
This gun is a real rarity, a 1955 Polish T-33 converted to fire .22
with sabots for training--$425
WEBLEY & SCOTT Mk4 .38 S&W VERY GOOD There's nothing "wobbly" about this pre-war Webly, its as tight as a drum and has a bright glassy barrel
and seems to have had very little use if any!--$495
WEBLEY & SCOTT 1905 .32 VERY GOOD
The neat gun is marked "Evans & Balfour Pty. Ltd, Melbourne" a
sporting good company that
had it's premises in 269 Little Collins Street, Melbourne from the 1920s to 1970s. The pistol is nice and tight retaining
almost all of its original finish, a nice little bit of Melbourne history--$495
WEBLEY & SCOTT .25 VERY GOOD A solid little pocket gun that wouldn't be out of place in the garter of a lady of the night or other scoundrel
stalking the back streets of London or the Rocks or Darlinghurst in Sydney in the 1920s--$495
WEBLEY & SCOTT "Target" .22 GOOD
Though the exterior could do with a bit of a clean up, the lock up is
tight with a crisp trigger and adjustable
rear sight and the barrel bright and shiny. These great old British break action guns just seem to keep on keeping on!--$295
* Some pistols/rifles due to there calibre, action, barrel length, mag capacity or year of manufacture etc can only be acquired with a specific collectors permit, contact your states firearm registry for details.
If you purchase a gun that you find you are not allowed to poses sorry but there will be no refund.
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If you contact me to try to obtain a firearm illegally be warned,
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Do you have a gun or militaria that's Surplus to your needs?
Did grand dad forget to pop into the Q store before rejoining Civie street?
Perhaps there's something stuck in the shed or buried away that you probably
shouldn't have around any more?
Regardless of type, calibre, make, category (A, B, C, D, H)
or even if it's not registered,
give me a call and lets see if we can turn it into $$$
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Please read my sales policy to make things easier for all and please take note,
1: Very sorry, I don't do lay-buys.
2: I do not stock spare parts, ammunition or reloading components.
3: I won't respond to a shopping list containing 10-20 items or SMS messages.
4: Please keep it short and to the point as I won't respond to long winded rambling e-mails
or open-ended enquiries such as, "What sort of .22s are around?"
I also need the make and model number of the items you want or I can't do an accurate quote.
5: Sorry but I don't take extra photographs of firearms.
6: I don't export outside Australia.
7: If you are trying to obtain a firearm illegally read the
warning above and in My Sales Policy.
8: If I don't answer within 24 hours it usually means I'm waiting for a response
from an importer or you haven't read or understood the above.
Grumpy bugger aren't I!
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pistols/rifles due to there calibre, action, barrel length, mag capacity or year
of manufacture can only be acquired with a specific collectors permit,
contact your states firearm registry for details.