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We rent two general types of firearms; NON-FIRING REPLICAS and BLANK FIRING

NON-FIRING REPLICAS

Our NON-FIRING REPLICAS come from many sources. The bulk of our rifles are created specifically for law enforcement and military training. Many of our hand guns are cast by us in semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA - rubber) while others are either purchased replicas or blank firing guns which have been deactivated.

Basic nylon holsters are available for many pieces at a flat rate of $5. Shoulder holsters and period leather holsters are $2.50 per week (alone or with an associated firearm rental). Western holsters are also $2.50 - $5.00 per week or $5 - $7.50 per week if rented alone.

For more information on handling replica firearms please visit our weapon care page.

THESE, AND ALL FIREARMS, SHOULD ALWAYS BE TREATED AS IF THEY WERE LOADED “LIVE-FIRING” WEAPONS.

 

ASSAULT RIFLES AND SUBMACHINE GUNS
(All are non-firing)
DESCRIPTION WEEKLY PRICE
(4 week minimum)
AK-47 Assault Rifle, full stock, resin Automat Kalashnikov 1947
This Russian designed weapon has been the most successful and recognizable assault rifle in the world for over 60 years.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts. Sling included.
$10
AK-47 Assault Rifle, full stock, wood & metal Wood and metal with working action and removable magazine. Sling included. $12.50


AK-47 Assault Rifle, folding stock, wood & metal Wood and metal with working action and removable magazine. Sling included. $12.50
AK-47 Assault Rifle, no stock, wood & metal Wood and metal with working action and removable magazine. Sling included. $12.50
Spare Magazines for the AK-47 Spare magazines when you must be ready for an extended fire-fight. These fit the “wood and metal” models above. $1.25
AR-15/M-16A2 Assault Rifle Designed by the ArmaLite company in the late 1950s, the AR-15 “black rifle” patent was subsequently bought by Colt and turned into what we now recognize as the M-16 and its many incarnations.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts. Sling included.
$10
M-4 Assault Rifle A lighter more compact descendant of the M-16 which made its first appearance in the late 1990s.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts. Sling included.
$10

M-4 Assault Rifle with Grenade Launcher All the fun of a regular M-4 with a grenade launcher!
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts. Sling included.
$12.50


German MP-40 Submachine Gun This German designed submachine gun was carried by paratroopers, tank crews and many other troops in WWII. The MP-40 was in use as late as the year 2000.
All metal with limited working action and removable magazine. Sling included.
$12.50
Thompson M-1928 Submachine Gun, commercial version It was what made the 1920s roar!
This is the commercial “gangster/G-man” model featuring a high capacity drum magazine.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts.
$10
Thompson M-1928 It was what made the 1920s roar!
This is the commercial “gangster/G-man” model featuring a high capacity drum magazine.
Wood and metal with limited working action.
$12.50
Thompson M-1928 A1 Submachine Gun, military version This version of the Tommy gun was made for use by the military.
Wood and metal with working action and removable magazine. Wood and metal with limited working action and removable magazine.
$12.50
Photo Coming Soon... Uzi Sub-machine Gun, standard Originally designed by Major Uziel Gal of the Israeli military in 1948 and in use since the early 1950s. One of the most popular submachine guns ever produced.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts.
No holster available.
$10.50

 

Uzi Machine Pistol Originally designed by Major Uziel Gal of the Israeli military in 1948 and in use since the early 1950s. One of the most popular submachine guns ever produced. This model is a pistol version of the full sized Uzi above.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts.
No holster available.
$7.50

SHOTGUNS
AND OTHER RIFLES
(All are non-firing)

DESCRIPTION

WEEKLY PRICE
(4 week minimum)
Dragunov Sniper Rifle Designed by Russian Yevgeny Dragunov in 1963 this ubiquitous rifle has seen action in almost every theatre of war since Vietnam.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts.
$10
Remington FS 700 Rifle with Leupold Scope Contemporary hunting rifle with scope which was in production from the 1962 to present and made in a different caliber each year.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts.
Sling available.
$10
Remington FS 700 Rifle in black, no scope Contemporary hunting rifle which was in production from the 1962 to present. Made in a different caliber each year, this slightly uncommon version was made in all black.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts.
Sling available.
$10
British Lee-Enfield Rifle This bolt action repeating rifle was the primary firearm used by the British military from the turn of the century to the late 1950s.
Wood and metal with limited working action and removable magazine. Sling included.
$12.50
Enfield 1853 Pattern Three-band Rifle-Musket This rifle was used by the British Empire during the 1850s and 1860s and was the second most used rifle in the American Civil War (on both sides).
Wood and metal with fully moving parts.
Shoulder sling available.
$12.50
Enfield 1861 Enfield Musketoon This is an improved (and shortened) version of the 1853 Enfield described above and was easily used by cavalry and artillery units.
Wood and metal with limited working action.
Shoulder sling available.
$12.50


Single Barrel Break-open Shotgun

Available in 12, 10, and .410 gauges although most are fairly similar in appearance. There will be some variation in models as we have a lot of these in slightly different styles.
Wood and steel with fully working action.
Shoulder sling available with most models.

$12.50


Short Barrel Break-open Shotgun

Similar to the shotgun above with a shortened barrel.
Wood and steel with fully moving parts.
Shoulder sling available.

$12.50




Russian Single Barrel Break-open Shotgun

 

A Russian hunting arm that is similar to our standard shotgun with a unique barrel release lever.
Shoulder sling available.

$12.50


“Coach” Shotgun

A welcome passenger on long, lonely stagecoach rides. This is a double barrel break-open shotgun. Wood and metal. Some may have limited working action but these are primarily hand props that are just for looks.

$10
“Sawed-off “Coach Gun A “sawed-off” version of the Coach Shotgun above. This model does not break open.
Wood and metal with no working action.
$10
French 1807 Flintlock Rifle This style of flintlock rifle was in use in Western Europe during the early 19th century, hence the designation “1807,” the year of its introduction. This model has brass trim and features a Napoleonic crest on the stock. Also available with antique grey trim instead of the brass and without the crest.
Wood and metal with limited working action.
$12.50

Gaston Blunderbuss

Sometimes considered an early shotgun, the blunderbuss is a short range weapon that fires “shot” and a range of other projectiles. The blunderbuss was popular from the 17th to early 19th centuries.

Brass trim and perfect for the character Gaston from Beauty and the Beast
Wood and metal with limited working action.



$12.50

MODERN HANDGUNS
(All are non-firing)

DESCRIPTION

WEEKLY PRICE*
(4 week minimum)
MAC-10 Assault Pistol Designed by the Military Armament Corporation (model 10) in 1964 this machine pistol saw limited use in Vietnam and had the distinction of being named specifically in the 1994 assault weapons ban.
Metal with limited working action and removable magazine.
No holster available.
$10
Photo Coming Soon...

Uzi Sub-machine Gun, standard

Originally designed by Major Uziel Gal of the Israeli military in 1948 and in use since the early 1950s. One of the most popular submachine guns ever produced.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts.
No holster available.
$10.00
Uzi Machine Pistol Originally designed by Major Uziel Gal of the Israeli military in 1948 and in use since the early 1950s. One of the most popular submachine guns ever produced. This model is a pistol version of the full sized Uzi above.
Polyurethane with steel reinforcement.
No moving parts.
No holster available.
$7.50
Beretta 9mm, model 92 Replaced the Colt M-1911 and became the official sidearm of the US Military; 1985 to present.
Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
Modern nylon holster available.
$5
Sig Sauer P-226 or 229 The pistol that was beaten out (undercut) by the Berretta 92 to replace the Colt 1911 as the standard issue service pistol. The P-226 came in a variety of calibers. The P-229 is a slightly more compact variant.
Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
Modern nylon holster available.
$5
Photo Coming Soon...

Glock 17, resin

Designed for professionals, the GLOCK 17, is the most widely used law enforcement pistol worldwide. Because of its unsurpassed reliability, above-average magazine capacity of 17 rounds in the standard magazine, and its low weight, it is trusted by law enforcement officers around the globe."
(From: http://us.glock.com/products/model/g17)
Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
Modern nylon holster available.

$5

Steyr M-9, resin A 9mm semi-automatic pistol of Austrian design first appearing in 1999 and still in production today. Designed for civilian and law enforcement use.
Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
Modern nylon holster available.
$5

Colt 1911, blued steel The standard issue sidearm for the US military from 1911 until 1985 when the Beretta (above) took over. Wood and metal. Some may have limited working action or removable magazine but these are primarily hand props that are just for looks.
Modern nylon holster available.
Leather U.S. military style holster (belt or shoulder style) available.
$5
$7.50 with leather holster
Colt 1911, chrome The 1911 in chrome (officers only please!). Wood and metal. Some may have limited working action or removable magazine but these are primarily hand props that are just for looks.
Modern nylon holster available.
Leather U.S. military style holster (belt or shoulder style) available.
$5
$7.50 with leather holster
Photo Coming Soon... Colt 1911, resin The standard issue sidearm for the US military from 1911 until 1985 when the Beretta (above) took over. Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
Modern nylon holster available.
Leather U.S. military style holster (belt or shoulder style) available.
$5
$7.50 with leather holster
Luger P-08 An innovative and unique toggle lock helped make the Luger one of the most famous automatic pistol designs of all time. German; WW I and WW II
Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
$5
$7.50 with period leather holster
Tokarev Semi-automatic Pistol Russian service pistol designed by Fedor Tokarev and introduced in the 1930s. Is still in service at present. While variants were made by Korea, China and other countries, all are very similar in appearance; ours is Russian.
Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
Period leather holster available.
$5
$7.50 with period leather holster
M-26 Taser This pistol grip taser earned its place in our stock because a client needed a futuristic looking handgun. It does have a slight “Blade-runner” look.
Polyurethane. No moving parts.
Tactical holster available.
$5
.357 Detective Special, long barrel, blued Deactivated blank-firing revolver with blued finish. Metal and plastic; some have limited working action but these are primarily hand props that are just for looks.
Modern nylon holster available.
$5
.357 Detective Special, snub nose, chrome Deactivated blank-firing revolver with chrome finish. Metal and plastic; some have limited working action but these are primarily hand props that are just for looks.
Modern nylon holster available.
$5

S & W J-frame, resin

The most popular small frame personal defense firearm on the market," according to S & W at least. This model would have been a modest .32 caliber revolver that is easily carried and concealed. Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
Modern nylon holster available.

$5
"$7.50 with leather holster as shown

Taurus .38 special, resin

Like the S&W J-frame above, the Taurus .38 special is lightweight and easily concealable.
Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
Modern nylon holster available.

$5
"$7.50 with leather holster as shown

S&W K Frame Revolver, resin From Smith and Wesson, one of the biggest names in handgun history, comes the K-frame revolver, a term that simply denotes the middling size of the firearm.
Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
Modern nylon holster available.
$5
S&W K Frame Revolver The same as the K frame described above except made of metal. Some may have limited working action but these are primarily hand props that are just for looks.
Modern nylon holster available.
$5
Webley Break-top Revolver This distinctive sidearm was the standard issue for the United Kingdom (1887-1963) and featured a unique design that extracted the spent cartridges as it was opened. Our model does not break open.
Metal with limited working action but these are primarily hand props that are just for looks.
Period leather holster available.
$7.50
$10 with leather holster
Webley Break-top Revolver, resin Similar to the Webley above but this model is made in durable resin.
Semi-rigid polyurethane plastic (AKA – hard rubber).
No moving parts.
Period leather holster available.
$5
$7.50 with leather holster

HISTORIC HANDGUNS

(18th – 19st Centuries)
(All are non-firing)

DESCRIPTION

WEEKLY PRICE
(4 week minimum)
1869 Schofield Revolver The Model 3 revolver was made by Smith and Wesson and adopted by the US Army in 1870 and was the first standard issue cartridge-firing revolver in the US military. Our model pictured here was named for Major George W. Schofield who instituted major improvements in the original S&W Model 3 design. Wood and metal with limited working action.
Holster available.
$7.50
$10.00 with leather holster
Derringer A riverboat gambler’s “ace in the hole.”
Available in “serious black” or “classy gold.”
Metal with very limited working action.
No holster available.
$5
Western style revolvers, long barrel A variety of “Old West” revolvers in long barrel (6") cavalry models.
Metal with wood or plastic grips and working actions.
Holster available.

$7.50
$10.00 with leather holster

Western style revolvers, standard barrel A variety of “Old West” revolvers in standard (4") barrel length.
Metal with wood or plastic grips and working actions.
Holster available.

$7.50
$10.00 with leather holster

Belgian Dueling Pistol, 18th century Cast metal and plastic with moving parts.
Half-holster available.
$7.50
English Percussion Pistol, early 19th century Cast metal and plastic with moving parts.
Half-holster available.
$7.50
Colonial Dueling Pistol, early 19th century Very similar to the English Percussion Pistol above with a slightly fancier butt/grip.
Cast metal and plastic with limited moving parts.
Half-holster available.
$7.50
Pirate “blunderbuss” Flintlock Pistol, 18th century Cast metal and plastic with moving parts.
Half-holster available.
$7.50
Pocket Flintlock Pistol, 18th century Cast metal and plastic with moving parts.
No holster available.
$7.50

 

*Modern nylon holsters provided for a flat fee of $5 when available. Leather holsters are $2.50 per week on indicated models when available.*