In constantly scouring the online shops, but unfortunatly the stock doesnt really change much. I imagine they have been selling exactly the same stuff for years, but below is a list of sites I think are worth checking out.

Battleflag Militaria:

open book,

Saracen Exports:

Good range of prices and guns.

Arundel Militaria:

Mainly Second World War stuff but also some modern things.



Ryton Arms:

Plenty of cheap guns, they actually machine the deacs.

CS Militaria:

some deacs,

JC Militaria:

Lots of stuff but a bit pricey

D and B Militaria:

Higher quality, but good turn over and some cheaper stuff.

World Wide Arms:

Nice range of cheapies.

MDW Supplies:

This guy is a collector that also sells stuff, very friendly.

Chris Johnsons:

juries out,


new to me

Helston Gunsmiths:

Cheaps AK47's and a few cheap other things. (undergoing rebuild)

Real Gun:

New site that sells guns to compliment your Real Dolls outfit.

Micks Guns:

Interesting site because he keeps getting arrested, I think.

Gun Star:


Mart Gun:

a bit like The Sun but without topless girls and provoking stories or news and sports and stuff.

Drop Zone:

Small range but cheapest SLR's I have seen at £295 each,

Spandau Militaria Shop:

The ever shifting world of UKM

Honey Hole Militaria:


Fritz And Brits:


Cold War Collectables:

new to me


Always interesting reading but im reluctant to buy from non-trade outlets,

C & G Militaria:

new to me

Graham Currie Militaria:

Looks new.

Valmont Firearms:

Wow, they just keep popping up.


Good for pistols.

The Gunner:

Interesting range but the juries still out.

Chelmsford Militaria:

interesting site,


I really like this site but lack of detail makes it of little use,

Trapper Industries:

interesting stuff including RPG7

Rus Military:

Interesting but expensive,

Zib Militaria:

i wonder if they ship to the UK? doesnt say they dont.

Stringtown Supplies:

Moderate price options, they are more airsoft.

Ray Mills:

Some interesting old stuff

Garth Vincent:

Has some ok deacs

Antique Militaria:


Colonial Militaria:

not alot of stock,

Blunderbuss Antiques:


Antique Armoury:

Excellent source of cheap bullets, in fact the best, but also a small range of deacs. The bullets are made up by a proper bullet maker and so they are in good order and have neato firing caps making them look like unfired live ammo, perfect for leaving on the dashboard of your car,

MJ Noble:

Antiques and old stuff

Rusty Old Arms:

new to me

GB International:

new to me

Mlitary Stores:


Collectible Arms:

some obsolete and deactivated stuff

Britton At War:




Wharton Militaria:

Get a great deal on your hertzer tank trade in.

North Irish Militaria:


SB Militaria:


DBG Militaria:


STV Group:


The Lanes Armoury:

Ive only put this guy in as he does Google Ads and so might appreciate the link, but he is either too expenseive or too specialist,

Antiques Storehouse:

No online shop for guns but he advertises aloy on milweb? and sells a few interesting items.

RJ Militaria:

open book

Fultons Of Bisley:


Kirklees Guns:



Foreign site written in gibberish

Flintlock Collection:

new to me

Salisbury Antiques Centre:

Not a lot of stuff

MJL Militaria:

new to me

Online Guns:

new to me


new to me

M Johnson Antiques:

new to me

EDI Militaria:

Small Range, some nice ordnance,

Battalion Militaria:

some deacs,

Old Guns:

Really windy site.

Avrick Antiques:

new to me,

Kirk Emmerich:

new to me

Military Stores:

Small range of standard items

Apex Firearms:

Not much of a deac shop BUT they do have an interesting slant, mainly that they supply to the film and stage markets.

Target Arms:

new to me, but they have a nice rocket launcher for £250 at time of writing this,

Military Might:

Only included this due to its incredible novelty value. They sell stuff that is truly rotted away, calling them 'true relics'. Interesting, but bizarre,

Micheal D Long:

Amazing antique collection, but brings new meaning to the term antique

Henry Krank:

more expensive antiques,

Julian Tacon:

more expensive antiques,

RJ Holloway:

guns, what did you expect?,

Brighton & Hove Gunroom:

Obsolete stuff

Southgate Shooting Classics:

Obsolete stuff

German WWII Medals Badges and Insignia:

some deacs,

WD Militaria:

some deacs,

Peter Dyson:

not really a deac shop but tons of important stuff like springs, tools, leather bits, firing pins, books and nipple keys.

Militaria Mart:

Just including this because it has a full list of all the MilitariaMart E-Commerce sites. These are all online shops of the same style but many of them are focussed more on things like WW1 original socks or rusted bore war tin openers,

Army Point:

I like this site but they are in Czech and dont reply to my e-amils. I dont think they can post to the UK but their guns are REALLY CHEAP!! Its fantastic that we pay £££££££££zillions into the EU but cant accept their deacs. Vote with a deactivated bullet today, our members of parliament fear us.

Collectors Source:

Canadian site, of course, we cant engage in free trade with our own common wealth and we cant rise up in revolution against our evil govt to change that as we are disarmed and deactivated. But we can surf the internet to see what the free world has to offer.

Shooting Shack:

has a really weird old gun but apparently it was never a real gun in the first place.


Awesome shop that sells wooden guns!!! They're a bit pricey though for wood.


German site that only has pistols.


Finnish site.

Militaria & Antiques:

Dodgy looking site with suspicious black backdrops, no address.

Military Antiques Museum:

American site, worth looking at, over priced though. I thought they might have more Mexican weapons and Japanese weapons and such buts its just another boring list of nagents and russia guns, yawn.

Jaybe Militaria:

New company with no address.

Portsmouth Militaria:

Im actually banned from using this shop. I ordered a gun that they didnt deliver and had to get my refund through Paypal. Thats fact. At the end of the events they informed me that they didnt want my custom ever again. I would only recommend this shop if you are happy to sit around for weeks wondering if the order is ever going to arrive.