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    F88 AuSteyr Carbine

    The Australian version of the Steyr Assault Rifle, dubbed the AuSteyr. The F88 is available as an assault rifle, a carbine, and a sub-machine gun. This version is the one used by cavalry units and other support troops, and like most weapons in the range, is painstakingly reproduced. This one with the accoutrements of it’s 2 CAV owner.

    These are high-quality, hand-crafted moulded resin reproductions of popular military/law enforcement style weapons, made in Australia. Ideal for mess trophies or personal mementos. Each reproduction is hand cast from quality moulds. Every scratch and dent on the real weapon is reproduced, and reproductions are framed. No metal parts, only one side of the weapon is reproduced for mounting. Weapons Plaques are made to order, and this picture is for illustration purposes only. See full description below for more …

    $800.00
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    RAAC Armoured Corps Collection

    Expertly framed collection of current RAAC hat badges: Within the Corps the following is the accepted order of precedence of regiments: 1st Armoured Regiment, 2nd Cavalry Regiment, 1st/15th Royal New South Wales Lancers, 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry), 4th/19th Prince of Wales’s Light Horse Regiment, 12th/16th Hunter River Lancers, B Squadron, 3rd/4th Cavalry Regiment, A Squadron, 3rd/9th Light Horse (South Australian Mounted Rifles)  and A Squadron, 10th Light Horse. The collection is professionally mounted in a black/silver wood moulding frame, utilising black suede mats.

    $331.82 $295.45
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    Battle School Framed Credo

    MSRP: $225.00

    The ideal gift for someone with some time up, and who appreciates the sacrifices made to serve your country. Perfect for the man cave, the den, the shed, mess hall or ESO. The Battle School Credo, originally a small metal sign on the fence at the Battle School HQ in Tully QLD (now the Combat Training Centre – Jungle Training Wing) precision-framed, with the hat badge of your choice. The completed frame measures 600x550mm, ready to hang in your home, office, hall or shed. The quote is attributed to Brigadier George Mansford AO. Each of these frames is painstakingly hand-made and finished so please allow at least 3-4 weeks for design and creation plus a week to ten days for freight. Freight is generally between $35 and $65 on these items, depending on your location.

    $204.55
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    Framed Service Tribute

    Starting at $395, here’s an excellent way to make a statement about your service (or your family’s service) to your country; a craftsman-built timber (no plastics) and glass frame with gold trim. The presentation usually includes a gold or silver plate with service number, rank and name, a short service statement including units/regiments, enlistment and discharge dates and postings. There is room for a branch of service, unit or corps badge and your medal issues. We can also make room for other accoutrements, like lanyards, ID tags, and other mementos of your time in. If you are not using your own medals, reproduction medals will be quoted. Many of our customers utilise this presentation as a way to display their service.

    $359.09
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    Webley MkVI Service Revolver

    Australian and British Commonwealth standard-issue sidearm for the Boer War, World War I and II, and beyond, the Webley MkVI .455 calibre revolver. The MkI pistol was used from 1887 with various releases until 1963 with Commonwealth forces. Because of its imagery in World War I, the MkVI model has often been termed the 'Gallipoli Pistol.' The Webley is a top-break revolver with automatic extraction. That is, breaking the revolver open for reloading also operates the extractor. This removes the spent cartridges from the cylinder. The Webley Mk I service revolver was adopted in 1887. A later version, the Mk IV, rose to prominence during the Boer War of 1899–1902. However, the Mk VI, introduced in 1915 during the First World War, is perhaps the best-known model. Firing the large .455 Webley cartridge, Webley service revolvers are among the most powerful top-break revolvers ever produced. Although the .455 calibre Webley is no longer in military service, the .38/200 Webley Mk IV variant is still in use as a police sidearm in a number of countries. See below for more …

    $359.09
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    Remington 870 Shotgun

    The Remington 870 is the standard-issue shotgun in service with the Australian Defence Force. It is a pump-action, tubular-magazine-fed, 12-gauge repeating shotgun, capable of a high rate of fire with an effective range of 100 metres. The Remington 870 shotgun is generally used onboard with Royal Australian Navy patrols and in RAAF Airfield Defence Squadrons. If the Model 870™ were introduced today, it would be hailed as a major advance in pump-action shotgun design – the ultimate in strength, durability, silky-smooth bind-free action, and sleek classical lines. Yet this remarkable shotgun has been around for almost half a century, and has become the best-selling shotgun of any type in history, with over nine million made. The 870 features a bottom-loading, side ejecting receiver, tubular magazine under the barrel, dual action bars, internal hammer, and a bolt which locks into an extension in the barrel. The action, receiver, trigger system, safety catch and slide release catch of the Remington Model 870 shotgun are similar to those used on the Remington Model 7600 series pump-action centrefire rifles and carbines. 20 gauge stocks will also interchange. Several parts of the 870 will interchange with the semi-automatic Remington model 1100 and 11-87.

    $616.36
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    Rising Sun Framed Collection

    MSRP: $385.00

    The complete set of seven, General Service (Rising Sun) Badges of the Australian Army, from the Boer War through to the present day issue. Plus! As an option, the unofficial but often worn Camel Corps badge of WW1! The collection comprises the 1902 first and second badges, the 1904 third iteration, Camel Corps badge (if ordered as a $18 option), 1949, 1956, 1969 and 1991 badges; all perfect full-size exact metal replicas to parade standard, mounted in a craftsman-built frame with Australia’s Coat of Arms and badges descriptions. The frame is black and gold, with double-matted cream over gold and a green backing. Pack and post on this item needs to be confirmed, but is generally between $45 and $70 including fuel levies (sorry no, frames do not qualify for free shipping).

    This is not an ‘off the shelf’ bunch of poor Chinese copies thrown into a mass-produced rubbish frame bought at a $2 shop – it is a custom-designed, made-to-order, hand-crafted framed collection of exquisite reproduction badges. A real quality highlight for your club or sub-branch foyer wall, mess, school, or hall or a magic addition to your office, study or den.

    Please note: The bottom gold plate can be custom-made to include rank, name and service details for end-of-posting functions or as awards.

    $331.82
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    World War II Framed Set

    A complete set of all Australian awards presented to members of Australia’s Defence Forces who served during the Second World War era, between 1939 and 1945, including the complete range of Stars earned by Australians. All medals are complete, with full ribands and set off beautifully in a wood/gold shadow-recessed frame. An excellent conversation piece to adorn your ESO sub-branch hall, offices or meeting rooms, your mess, or to grace your office or study wall at home. Be assured. These are not cheap medals hidden behind a cheap frame; they are collector’s quality replica medals in a craftsman built, custom frame, all court-mounted individually as if ready to wear. If purchased separately the mounted medals alone are valued at over $470.00.

    $495.45
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    Viet Nam Era Framed Set

    A complete set of all campaign and service medals presented to members of Australia’s Defence Forces who served during the Viet Nam War era, between 1962 and 1972. All medals are complete, with full ribands and set off beautifully in a wood/gold shadow-boxed frame. An excellent conversation piece to adorn your ESO sub-branch hall, offices or meeting rooms, your mess, or to grace your office or study wall at home. Be assured. These are not cheap medals hidden behind a cheap frame; they are collector’s quality replica medals in a craftsman built, custom frame, all court-mounted individually as if ready to wear. If purchased seperately, the medals alone are valued at over $200.00.

    $409.09
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    Personal Service Medal Frame

    An excellent way to make a statement about your service (or your family’s service) to your country; a craftsman-built 225mm x 300mm (about A4 size) timber and glass frame with gold trim (slightly wider for the double size). The presentation includes service number, rank and name, a short service statement including unit/regiment, and a unit or corps badge, plus a precision court-mounted government issue service medal replica. Many of our customers utilise this presentation as a way to display (rather than wear) their commemorative medals. Army, Navy, Air Force, Police, Fire and Emergency Services. These photos do not do this presentation set justice. Larger sizes to accommodate multiple medals are available. This presentation makes a study, den or office wall come alive.

    $145.45$172.73
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    Victoria Cross Framed

    An excellent replica Victoria Cross, court mounted on a history of the medal, it’s creation and its award to all Australians since the South African (Boer) War 1899-1902, right through to the last four winners from South Viet Nam and Afghanistan, including winners from the Northern Russian campaigns and both World Wars. Presented in a hand-crafted, hand-finished Australian-made custom frame with colour co-ordinated burgundy mat. This is no ‘off the shelf’ poor copy VC thrown into a mass-produced rubbish frame bought at a $2 shop – it is a custom-designed, made-to-order, hand-crafted framed piece featuring an exquisite reproduction Victoria Cross. A real highlight for your club or sub-branch foyer wall, mess, school, or hall or a magic addition to your office, study or den. Please note: Pack and post on this item is usually between $35 and $45, depending on your location. They are courier-delivered, we cannot send fragile items through Australia Post. This piece also includes the recent VC for TPR Mark Donaldson.

    $122.73
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    Glock, Browning, H&K Pistol (Police/Defence Issue)

    This awesome framed piece includes single frame, top and lower mat in police blues, dual greens or blues for military, cutouts and fixings for hat badge, shoulder patches, name patches, rank slides, and personalised digitally-printed service details on metal plate (gold, silver or copper). Moulding (wooden frame) is standard matt black, to highlight the included pistol. This price includes the supply of a hand-painted resin-moulded replica pistol (Browning 9mm, Glock  .40/22, or H&K USP 19/9mm). All other items are supplied by client. Additional memorabilia i.e., caps, tasers, cuffs, gloves, asps, and other bulky items in excess of the pistol depth will require additional size, cutouts and the addition of a second frame (shadow box) and requires additional investment per addition (email for quote). See full description below for more …

    $359.09

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