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Sten Mark II

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Restricted Replicas

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It is now illegal to sell a reproduction firearm dated from 1870 onwards, apart from to the following;

  • A museum or gallery
  • Theatrical performances and rehersals of such performances
  • The production of films and television programmes
  • The organisation and holding of historical re-enactments and
  • Crown servants

We must obtain proof that you fall into one of these groups before your order will be processed. Acceptable proof would be;

  • A letter from the museum, gallery, theatre company
  • A letter from the commisioning film/TV company
  • A copy of your re-enactment membership card and relevant insurance certificate
  • Proof of employment (Crown Servant)

If you place an order and you cannot prove your eligibility within a week, your order will be cancelled and we will apply a 10% administration fee to the total order amount.

These products are available to the UK and Ireland only, we will not ship these products to other countries. We've found that courier companies have a problem with shipping these products abroad due to the nature of them.

Restricted Replicas

Sten Mark II, 9 mm caliber, UK 1940

(Ref: G1148)

The STEN (or Sten gun) was a family of British submachine guns chambered in 919mm and used extensively by British and Commonwealth forces throughout World War II and the Korean War. They were notable for having a simple design and very low production cost making them effective insurgency weapons for resistance groups.

STEN is an acronym, from the names of the weapon's chief designers, Major Reginald V. Shepherd and Harold Turpin, and EN for Enfield. Over 4 million Stens in various versions were made in the 1940s.

The Mark II was the most common variant, with two million units produced. It was a much rougher weapon than the Mk I. The flash eliminator and the folding handle (the grip) of the Mk I was eliminated. A removable barrel was now provided which projected 3 inches (76 mm) beyond the barrel sleeve. Also, from the operator's perspective, a special catch allowed the magazine to be slid partly out of the magazine housing and the housing rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise, together covering the ejection opening and allowing the weapon and magazine both to lie flat on its side.

Key Features

  • Non-fireable
  • Functional mechanism
  • Authentic size and detailing

Have you read the information regarding this replica firearm and the LAW?

Measurements

Specification Metric Imperial
Overall 76cm 30"
Weight 2.09Kg 4lb 10oz

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Usually delivered within 5 working days
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OUR PRICE: 115.00 / 138.00 (Including VAT at 20%)

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You must be aged 18 or over to purchase any of the items on this website. If you are paying by cheque, cash or postal order, then you MUST include proof of age with the payment

The models on this website cannot chamber or fire ammunition. They are designed for display purposes only. The models are constructed from a material unsuitable for use in a firearm. Any attempt to use this model as a firearm will cause it to explode. Medieval Weaponry assumes no responsibility from either intentional or accidental misuse of the models.

Remember, never carry any of the models in public. Offences with replica weapons carry the same penalties as with real weapons.

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