Small Bore Trainer, Gallery and Sporting Rifles
I try to keep a good selection of both interesting and practical small bore rifles in stock. Unless otherwise stated the following will all gauge within the bore tolerance required when new.
To see the details and pictures of each of our small bore rifles for sale click on the title and the information will open out. To view a larger image select the picture.
To discuss the purchase of any of the firearms listed below please Contact Me.
We are not listing new stock in the short term
as we are having a bit of a rejig of our website and sales side of the business.
The workshop is open as usual for repairs, alterations and servicing.
Opening times and contact details are listed on our contact page.
.22 Lebel Model 1921 Training Rifle 2198
.22 (Short) French Lebel Model 1921 Training Rifle. A curious and unusual .22 trainer with matching numbers throughout and a mint bore, definitely one for the .22 training rifle collector. £750.00
Stock No 2198
.22 Ruger 10-22 Carbine. Very good little used condition, fitted sound moderator and Nikko Stirling Diamond 4X44 scope. £350.00
Stock No 1631
.22 Martini Rook Rifle conversion. Charming little .22 converted rook rifle with a mint AJ Parker tubed barrel, probably a .310 originally, pleasing overall condition with crisp mechanics and stock (still ‘adult length’ rather than shortened for a child), would make a lovely historic league rifle. £395.00
Stock No 1677
.22 BSA Martini retailed by C. Riggs & Co. Cracking little rifles these and this one has the added interest of being retailed by Riggs & Co (London), retaining the original broad forend, steel butt plate and much original finish. The bore has been re-lined by Parkers and is as new. £295.00
Stock No 934
.22 No8Mk1, early pattern converted from a No5 action by the Fazakerly factory in 1950, FTR’d at Enfield in 1970. Very good order throughout with matching numbers to the action, bolt (re-numbered), forend and barrel. Correct service sights and normal length butt. Interesting museum identification disk fitted to the pistol grip marked with a code, the date 14th November ’74 and “1 Bulge” – the barrel has one small bulge approx 1/3 of the way up it, the MOD allow up to 3 bulges in their .22 trainers with a 4th requiring a re-barrel! Despite the small bulge the rifle shoots excellently with no difference to ether accuracy or group size over my own, un-bulged, example. £995.00
Stock No 895
.22 Steyr Model 1898 Training Carbine. Unusual little rifle, matching numbers throughout and with a mint bore, the metal parts having been completely refinished to a good standard, interesting and rarely seen. £795.00
Stock No 547
.22 Ruger 10/22 Heavy Barrel Target Rifles. I have 5 used examples in stock all from the same source and all known to me. They have had a bit of use but are all working well and accurate and in tidy, looked after condition, all supplied with a brand new Ruger 10 round magazine £395.00
.22 BSA “RALOCK” Semi-Automatic. Another example of this very rare rifle. This one is serial number 12! Only made 1949-1951 and less than 6,000 produced. Possibly the earliest surviving example and in very good condition with a mint bore. £595.00
Stock No SR77