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items as of 27 May 2017, updated 29 May 2017
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BRITISH Model 1908 semiautomatic pistol # 75933 (.32 ACP), mfg. by
Webley & Scott, Ltd. in 1912. Very Good condition with about 80% bluing
intact, slide pitted on both sides from being "holstered wet". Bore
quite bright and strong. Includes 6-round magazine, checkered
black-plastic grips (thin crack in right grip). Not import-marked, scarce.
PHOTO . . .
POLISH Model P-64 semiautomatic pistol # SH11300 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. at Radom in 1969. Excellent condition with 95% or better original bluing. Bore is mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp, and black plastic grips are not chipped. Includes one finger-rest magazine. PHOTOS . . . $325. C&R
SPANISH Model 600/43 semiautomatic pistol rig with holster # 53146 (9mm Parabellum), mfg. by Astra in 1944. Excellent condition with 90% or more original bluing. Has a strong and mirror bright bore and is functional. All-matching serial numbers except un-numbered magazine. Includes one magazines and brown leather full-flap holster without markings (not shown in photo). Has sharp checkered walnut grips. Not import-marked, a nice-looking rig. PHOTO . . . $650. C&R
SPANISH Model JO. LO. AR semiautomatic pistol # 21393 (.380
ACP), mfg. by Arrizabalaga before 1927. Near Excellent condition
(these are usually found very worn externally), with most original finish
remaining and an excellent mirror-bright bore (several parts such as hammer,
trigger, cocking-lever and extractor-spring in the "white"). This
unique pistol-design has several groundbreaking features, including a tip-up
barrel for loading the chamber, and an awkward-looking but effective
swinging-bar attached to the right side of the slide to allow one to cock the
pistol one-handed (these were often officially removed during the Spanish Civil
War). Bakelite logo-grips with finger-grooves and a bit battered but functional
nine-shot magazine. Not import-marked, very rarely offered and extremely
unusual. PHOTOS . . .
U.S.A. Army Special revolver
# 346569 (.38 Colt), mfg. by Colt in 1912.
Very Good condition with most bluing intact (if a bit mottled). Functions
absolutely perfectly with very tight lockup, no end-shake, and one of the
smoothest hammer and triggers I have felt on a revolver in quite some time. The
bore is excellent with very strong rifling, glued crack in bottom of right
grip. PHOTOS . . .
BELGIAN Model 1920 Pieper semiautomatic pistol # 40581 (.25ACP) mfg. by Nicolas Pieper in the 1920's. Very Good condition, bluing has wear only at corners and edges and pistol is functional. Bore is frosted but mostly bright. Has crudely checkered walnut grips and unusual six-round magazine. Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $325. C&R
FRENCH Model 1892 Ordnance revolver # H94225 (8x22R) mfg. by St. Etienne in 1916-18 (undated). Excellent condition with very little (if any) wear, much "straw" color on non-blued parts. Bore is strong and mirror bright, checkered walnut grips are still pretty sharp.. Includes original stained leather clamshell holster that was altered internally by the soldier who captured it during WWII (his name and service # penciled on back of holster). Holster looks great externally, not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $675. C&R
ALGERIAN "Unique" Kriegsmodell semiautomatic pistol # 106233 (.32 ACP) mfg. just after WWII by Manufacture d'Armes des Pyrénées, Hendaye. Basically a pistol of the time-tested "Ruby" design with exposed hammer. Excellent condition with full phosphate finish and a near-perfect mirror bore. Black-plastic RF-logo grips, Algerian "palm tree" property mark on right side of frame. Extremely smooth functioning, includes three 9-round magazines and correct black leather full-flap holster. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $475. C&R
GERMAN Model 1907 Dreyse semiautomatic pistol # 243493 (.32 ACP), mfg. at Rheinische Metallwaaren- & Maschinenfabrik in c.1920. Excellent condition, with all bluing remaining. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong, includes TWO magazines. Not import-marked, completely functional. PHOTOS . . . $525. C&R
GERMAN Ortgies semiautomatic pistol # 60410 (.32ACP) mfg. by Deutsches Werk, Erfurt in the early 1920's. Very Good condition, bluing has wear only at corners and edges and pistol is functional. Bore is quite nice and bright. Has slightly worn OH-logo grips and nickel-plated magazine. Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $375. C&R
GERMAN Model 8 semiautomatic pistol # 44870 (.25 ACP) mfg. at Walther in c.1918. Very Good with 70% bluing, all-matching numbers and some holster-wear and scuffing at sharp corners. Bore is average, markings are very sharp, bakelite grips has Walther logo (small chip on left grip). Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $325. C&R
GERMAN Model 1920 semiautomatic pistol # 6648 (.32 ACP) mfg. by Stock in c.1921. Excellent condition, retains over 95% original bluing (small parts have beautiful fire-blue) with excellent bright bore. Nice black bakelite grips with STOCK logo. An extremely attractive example of an unusual pocket-pistol, scarce, not import marked. Includes TWO magazines. PHOTOS . . . $575. C&R
JAPANESE Type 14 semiautomatic pistol, Series 2 # 32810 (8mm Nambu) mfg. at Nagoya in April, 1944. Excellent condition with 95% or better original bluing. All matching numbers except magazine. Bore is mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp, and grooved wooden grips are sound. Includes original leather clamshell full-flap military holster containing cleaning rod. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $1175. C&R
CZECH Model CZ52 semiautomatic pistol # Y7707 (7.62x25) mfg. by Ceska Zbrojovka, Strakonice in 1954, refurbished in 1977. Excellent condition, with full dark black Parkerized finish. Excellent, mirror-bright bore, with unchipped brown bakelite grips. Includes one magazine, no other accessories. PHOTOS . . . $375. C&R SOLD
CZECH Model CZ82 semiautomatic pistol # 007776 (9x18) mfg. in 1984 by CZ. Excellent condition with some minor chipping of enamel on sharp edges, has a mirror-perfect polygonal bore. Includes one 12-round magazine. PHOTOS . . . $450. C&R
EGYPTIAN Model 58 "Tokegypt" semiautomatic pistol # H00335 (9mm) mfg. by F.E.G. (Hungary) in the early 1960's. Excellent (refinished) condition with 100% glossy blued finish. All-matching numbers (except magazine) with a strong, mostly-bright bore. Black-plastic wrap-around grips in good condition without any cracks, has original frame-mounted safety lever (they all did) and new leather sandal-type holster. This is a variant of the Russian Tokarev pistol chambered for the 9mm Parabellum (Luger) cartridge which was standard issue in the Egyptian Army (these pistols were captured by Israel during the Six-Day War, with the Egyptian legend ground from left side of slide). PHOTOS . . . $425. C&R (specifically mentioned) SOLD
POLISH Model MAG 98 semiautomatic pistol # B01467 (9 mm) mfg. by Z. M. Lucznik, Radom in 2000. Excellent condition with 95% or better original bluing (some minor holster wear at sharp corners). Bore is mirror-perfect, markings are very sharp, includes TWO 15-round magazines, no other accessories. PHOTOS . . . $400. not C&R
RUSSIAN Model 1895 Nagant 7-shot revolver # 8394 (7.62x38R Nagant), mfg. by Tula in 1913 with remaining legend on left side buffed off during rework. All-matching numbers, a rearsenaled and reblued example in Excellent PLUS condition with full bluing and a gorgeous mirror-bright bore. Coarse checkered bakelite grips and grip-panels. An early import with very small markings on the right side of the barrel. Since at the beginning of each year the serial numbers began anew with #1 it was important to retain the year of manufacture when refurbishing, so the year was restamped if no trace remained after buffing. PHOTOS . . . $275. C&R
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