The Briton (Second Model) “Deluxe” variant by Frank Clarke (ca. late 1930s or late 1940s to ca. 1950s)

Following on from a previous article about Frank Clarke’s “Briton” (second model) air pistol, this one is almost identical except it has white plastic grip inserts (although they appear yellow in the photographs, trust me, they are white) rather than an all pressed steel body. Continue reading “The Briton (Second Model) “Deluxe” variant by Frank Clarke (ca. late 1930s or late 1940s to ca. 1950s)”

The Briton (Second Model) by Frank Clarke (1931 to 1939)

This is Franke Clarke’s second model of “The Briton” that he produced. They were manufactured between 1931 and 1939 although advertisements were still seen up to 1956. Thus production may have resumed after the end of the second world war. If not, there must have been a lot of pre-war stock still available. It’s hard to think that would be the case if they were recycling steel for the war effort. [1] Continue reading “The Briton (Second Model) by Frank Clarke (1931 to 1939)”

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