Jaybe Militaria

  Home > 5) Deactivated Machine Guns > Archive. NOT FOR SALE.  View Cart  |  Checkout   
Categories
1) Newly added items
2) Deactivated Pistols
3) Deactivated and Obsolete calibre Rifles
4) Deactivated Sub-Machine Guns
5) Deactivated Machine Guns
6) Deactivated Shotguns
7) Deactivated Grenades, Missiles and Grenade Launchers
8) Inert display-only ammunition
9) Bayonets
10) Field Equipment
11) Medals and Documents
Information

Every item is individually photographed and the item pictured is the actual item for sale and what you will receive, unless specifically stated in the description. We will give as full and accurate a  description as possible, but please do not hesitate to contact us for any further information at info@jaybe-militaria.co.uk   We aim to answer all emails within 24 hours.

Search

Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Information
Return to main site
About Jaybe Militaria
Contact Us
Testimonials 1
Testimonials 2
What is a deactivated weapon?
Terms & Conditions
  Home > 5) Deactivated Machine Guns > Archive. NOT FOR SALE.

Deactivated Canadian built Bren Mk1M 1942 dated  **SOLD**
Deactivated Canadian built Bren Mk1M 1942 dated  **SOLD** Deactivated Canadian built Bren Mk1M 1942 dated  **SOLD** Deactivated Canadian built Bren Mk1M 1942 dated  **SOLD** Deactivated Canadian built Bren Mk1M 1942 dated  **SOLD**
 

Deactivated Canadian built Bren Mk1M 1942 dated **SOLD**


This is the famous Bren Gun, based on a Czech design and introduced in 1937 to the British Army, where it continued in service right up to the Gulf War in 1991, although by then it had been reworked to fire the Nato 7.62mm round rather than the rimmed .303 round of WW2. This particular example is a mk1 in very good condition, made at the John Inglis & Co plant in Canada, under a contract signed in 1938 with the British Government to supply 12,000 Brens to the UK and Canada. Very good woodwork and steel, and dated 1942 on the right side of the breech, this is a super example of a Canadian-issued GPMG with typical dove-tail rear sights and grey barrel, with many Canadian acceptance stamps.  Able to be cocked and dry-fired, and a degree of field stripping. A classic light machine gun of WW2 at an affordable price. Complete with sling, spare magazine, and 3  rounds of inert .303 ammunition to load into it. Deactivated in the UK with Certificate to UK specification. 

Our Price: £575.00

All deactivated weapons sold by Jaybe Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold a London or Birmingham proof mark and certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly and is legal within the U.K 
 


Our Price: £575.00

 

Shopping Cart
Subtotal: £0.00
Postage

When purchasing more than one item, please contact us for a combined postage quote, as the website cannot work out all the possible combinations. Any postage overpayment of £3 or more will be refunded. Any questions, please contact us. ALL carriage is fully insured.   

Random Product
Pattern 1937 webbing holster for service revolver, khaki, 1942 dated
Pattern 1937 webbing holster for service revolver, khaki, 1942 dated
£45.00
News

We will be regularly updating the website with new items, so please keep looking. We usually have several items waiting to be listed, so if you have a specific requirement, please don't hesitate to contact us. 
We are also always on the lookout for new stock, so get in touch if you would like to sell your unwanted deactivated weapons or bayonets, or any other militaria at info@jaybe-militaria.co.uk.

Currencies