WW1 Vickers Machine Gun  'C' Serials for 1917

   Comes with WW1 Tripod and original water pipe and Tin

      This WW1 Vickers .303 Machine Gun has been sympathy deactivated to Old UK Spec of deactivation.  It is in great condition and can fully dry firing and is also totally field strippable. 

      The Vickers  C730 stamped on the water jacket dates this the early 1917 and was manufactured at the Vickers Machine Gun plant at Crayford in North Kent. 


                Top Right is the Deactivation Stamp and serial number                                          


Fully working parts inside this Vickers

   Very nice WW1 Machine Gun set up with

its original water tin and steel hose feed pipe.

The overall condition is very good for a 104 year old machine gun.