Very rare English semi-auto rifle by BSA. Only made between 1949 and 1951. Feeds from a tubular magazine in the butt-stock. Unique “radial” open bolt design with twin fixed firing pins. Will handle S/L/LR ammo.
Take-down action allowing the barrel to be removed and the entire action to be removed from the bottom of the receiver for easy cleaning. Contains all the fired brass within the rifle until emptied by pulling down on the cocking lever.
Not available immediately as we are using it to have a part copied for another rifle but please email us for availability.
If you would like to purchase this firearm you must follow the instructions on your FAC/SGC. These are;
You must send the FAC/SGC to us;
We will enter the gun on it and return it to you;
We will notify your issuing force of the transaction;
We will then send the gun to the RFD you have arranged to receive it;
You must then produce the FAC/SGC to the receiving RFD when you collect it.
We will not send a gun to another RFD for them to fill in the certificate.
Carriage to your RFD or your RFD’s fee is not included unless agreed with us in writing.