.177 Frank Clarke The 'Titan' Mk6 - Patent 110999/17 Spring Powered Airgun - Used

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.177 Frank Clarke The 'Titan' Mk6 - Patent 110999/17 Spring Powered Airgun - Used
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.177 Frank Clarke The 'Titan' Mk6 - Patent 110999/17 Spring Powered Airgun - Used
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.177 Frank Clarke The 'Titan' Mk6 - Patent 110999/17 Spring Powered Airgun - Used

This is a rare early spring powered air pistol where you rotate the back of the action to load the pellet, then close back up and plunge a rod into the pistol to cock the gun and finally put the plunger back into the grip so you can fire. These pistols were only made for a very short time period around 1921-1923 and as this has a serial number 2 it's likely to 1921.

 

 

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Item ID Non2
Manufacturer Frank Clarke
Licence No
Air Gun Type Spring
Calibre (Cartridge) .177 ( 4.5mm ) Pellet
. 1
.. 0
Condition Used
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