History will remember that Vanilla Ice was not the only person to ‘grab his 9’, as one voracious bidder left everyone in the dust with a £3,200 winning bid for a deactivated Glock 9mm pistol (lot 118).
The preferred weapon of secret agents – The Star 7.65 semi-automatic pistol was intercepted by a winning bid of £2,100. Don’t worry, it won’t self-destruct, but it is deactivated (lot 132).
The Colt 44 – the gun that won the West. Unfortunately, the 1860 Uberti deactivated one we sold for £420 would now come up slightly short (lot 564).
I’m not saying the Walther TPH is a poor relation of the Walther PPK but apparently James Bond’s milkman use to carry one. Anyway, we sold a deactivated TPH pistol for £480 (lot 361).
Nobody likes to be snubbed, unless of course you’re a Smith and Wesson 31 deactivated handgun. This classic beauty sold for £320 (lot 543).
N. B. All sold prices are hammer prices and exclude commission.
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