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ARGENTINE Model 1927 Systema Colt semiautomatic pistol # 30873 (.45 ACP), mfg. at Hafdasa  in 1946 for the Argentine Army.  Excellent condition, arsenal refinished with dark gray Parkerizing and sharply checkered hard-plastic grips.  Bore is very strong and mirror-bright (barrel stamped 30873, matching rest of pistol). Includes one 7-round non-matching magazine. Extremely attractive with very strong markings. PHOTO. . . $825.      C&R    SOLD

ARGENTINE Model 1927 Systema Colt semiautomatic pistol # 78383 "Ace" conversion (.22 Long Rifle), mfg. at Hafdasa  in 1953 for the Buenos Aires Police.  Excellent condition (was certainly re-blued after conversion to .22LR), with very little external wear on the 95% or better finish (a few small spots of verdigris here and there). Bore is mirror-bright. All matching serial numbers with unmarked magazine, all markings clear.  A fantastic official conversion using the Venturini process, in which the .22LR round mimics the recoil of the full-house .45 ACP military round for training purposes. PHOTO. . . $950.      C&R

AUSTRIAN Model 1912 Steyr-Hahn semiautomatic pistol # 5789j (9mm Steyr) mfg. by Steyr in 1915. Excellent condition, with 90% external finish (some very minor pitting on slide).  Bore is mirror-bright and all markings are intact. Checkered walnut grips are in decent shape. Totally functional, though magazine follower has been altered so the slide will not remain open after the last round. Not import-marked, scarce this nice, includes two (2) Steyr-Hahn stripper-clips.  PHOTOS . . . $925.   C&R  

AUSTRIAN Model 1908 Pieper semiautomatic pistol # 38857A (.25 ACP) mfg. by Steyr in c.1920. Very Good condition with 70% original bluing and all-matching numbers. An interesting pistol with tip-up barrel, back of the magazine has two notches for either single-shot (using tip-up feature) or magazine-fed usage. Bore is mostly bright with a few dark areas, includes one 6-round magazine. Not import marked, scarce.  PHOTOS . . . $375.     C&R    SOLD

AUSTRIAN Model 1909/21 Pieper semiautomatic pistol # 50476P (.32 ACP) mfg. by Steyr in 1922. Good to Very Good condition, with external finish tuned to brown. Bore is frosted but strong and all markings are intact (date 22 above Hapsburg eagle on left side of barrel faint). Bakelite Steyr-logo grips are unchipped and sound. A VERY interesting design, the lever on the left side breaks-open the barrel for single-loading, and the magazine has two positions (the lower one for single loading. the upper one for magazine loading). Not import-marked, rarely encountered. PHOTOS . . . $375.     C&R    SOLD

LOWER AUSTRIA Model GP-35 "High Power" semiautomatic pistol # 6607 (9mm Parabellum) mfg. at Fabrique Nationale in c.1958 for Landesgendarmeriekommando (Austrian Federal Gendarmerie). Excellent-PLUS condition with all-matching serial numbers and full external high gloss bluing. Bore is very strong and bright, LGK NÖ / 1357 stamped on front of grip and on bottom of both 13-round magazines.  Checkered walnut grips are very crisp.  Tiny import-marks at bottom of grip (barely noticeable).  PHOTOS . . . $1275.   C&R  

CANADIAN Model 35 Mark 1* Browning "High-Power" semiautomatic pistol # 3CH7192 (9mm) mfg. by Inglis in 1944.   Very Good condition with normal holster wear on phosphate-finish, tangent rear-sight graduated from 50-500 meters, grip slotted for shoulder-stock. Bore is bright and strong with microscopic pitting, includes one 13-round magazine. PHOTOS . . . $1250.    C&R   

CANADIAN Model 35 Mark 1* Browning "High-Power" semiautomatic pistol # 5CH3192 (9mm) mfg. by Inglis in 1944.   Very Good condition with normal holster wear on phosphate-finish, tangent rear-sight graduated from 50-500 meters, grip slotted for shoulder-stock. Bore is bright and strong, includes one 13-round magazine. Slide and barrel numbered 3CH3192.  PHOTOS . . . $850.    C&R   SOLD

CANADIAN No. 2 Mk. 1* Browning High-power semiautomatic pistol # 0T9380 (9mm) mfg. at Inglis in c.1950.  Military issue with fixed rear-sight. Excellent-PLUS condition with all-matching serial numbers and intact "stoving" on external metal. Bore is strong and mirror bright and has seen little actual use, includes one 13-round magazine.  Very tiny import-mark on left side of frame (almost invisible).  PHOTOS . . . $1050.     C&R   SOLD

CANADIAN No. 2 Mk. 1* Browning High-power semiautomatic pistol # 6T3531 (9mm) mfg. at Inglis in c.1952.  Military issue with fixed rear-sight. Near Excellent condition with all-matching serial numbers and chipping "stoving" on external metal. Bore is mirror bright and strong, includes one 13-round magazine. Not import-marked.  PHOTOS . . . $850.     C&R 

CHILEAN Model 1911 Steyr-Hahn semiautomatic pistol # 645 (9mm Steyr) mfg. by Steyr in 1912 Excellent condition, around 95% original blued finish. Bore is strong mirror-bright, Chilean crest is strong and all markings are intact. Checkered walnut grips are very sharp and look new (but are not), totally functional. Not import-marked, scarce, includes two (2) Steyr-Hahn stripper-clips. PHOTOS . . . $925.   C&R   SOLD

CZECH Model CZ38 semiautomatic pistol # 256856 (.380 ACP) mfg. at Ceska Zbrojovka, Prague in 1939. Excellent condition with 95% or so original bluing with some holster wear on slide. Bore is excellent and mirror-bright, markings are very sharp with E7 39 Czech military proofs tamped on right side. Nice unchipped grips are in pretty nice condition. Not import-marked, these double-action only pistols were very popular with German Luftwaffe pilots during WWII. PHOTOS . . . $725.    C&R

CZECH Model CZ38 semiautomatic pistol # 272788 (.380 ACP) mfg. at Ceska Zbrojovka, Prague in 1939. Excellent condition with 90% or so original bluing with some holster wear on slide. Bore is excellent and mirror-bright, markings are very sharp with E7 39 Czech military proofs tamped on right side. Nice unchipped grips are in pretty nice condition. Not import-marked, these double-action. PHOTOS . . . $675.    C&R   SOLD

FRENCH Model 1892 Ordnance revolver # F41288 (8x22R Lebel) mfg. by St. Etienne in 1894. Near Excellent condition with nearly full bluing (some "freckling") and much "straw" color on all non-blued parts. Bore is strong and mostly bright, all markings bolder than usual. Checkered walnut grips are a little worn, includes lanyard-ring . Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $750.      Antique, no FFL required 

FRENCH Model 1892 Ordnance revolver # F99622 (8mm Lebel), mfg. by St. Etienne in 1897. Excellent condition with 95% or better bluing, all matching numbers, bore is extremely strong and bright. Action very tight with checkered walnut grips, lanyard-ring intact. Includes correct leather holster in fair to good condition with some loose stitching. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $850.   Antique, no FFL required     SOLD

FRENCH Model  1935A semiautomatic pistol # A4156A (7.65 French Longue) mfg. by Société Alsacienne de Construction Mécaniques in late 1940's. Very Good or better with 90% painted military finish (chipping in places). Bore is gorgeous and mirror-bright, includes three magazines and brown leather full-flap military holster with several stamps on inside of top flap. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $475.    C&R   SOLD

GERMAN Model 1896 Broomhandle semiautomatic pistol # 205575 (7.63mm), mfg. at Mauser factory circa 1914 (pre-WWI).  Excellent condition, with full original bluing. All-matching numbers, excellent strong bore with little sign of actual use (has NOT been re-sleeved).  The action is exceptionally smooth. All original markings sharp and clear, not import-marked.  PHOTO. . . $1750.   C&R    SOLD

GERMAN Model 1896 "Bolo" Broomhandle semiautomatic pistol # 714618 (7.63mm), mfg. at Mauser factory circa 1928. A restoration to Excellent condition, with much fire-bluing to the appropriate parts. Bore has been relined and is in near-perfect condition. All original Mauser markings sharp and clear, all visible serial numbers matching. Has walnut replacement grips and lanyard-ring is present. Not import-marked. PHOTO. . . $950.   C&R    SOLD

GERMAN Model 1930 Broomhandle semiautomatic Mauser pistol # 813830 (7.63x25 mm), mfg. at Mauser factory circa 1936. A beautifully done restoration to as-new condition, with vivid fire-bluing to the appropriate parts. Bore has been relined and is in near-perfect condition (a couple spots on left side of barrel). All original Mauser markings sharp and clear, all visible serial numbers matching. Has walnut replacement grips and lanyard-ring is present. Not import-marked. PHOTO. . . . $1250.    C&R    SOLD

GERMAN Model P-08 Luger semiautomatic pistol  # 560 (9mm) mfg. by DWM in 1921. Near Excellent or better condition, with nearly intact original bluing. All components numbered 60 (including grips). Aluminum bottomed magazine stamped WaA 63). All markings clear, has very bright bore and is completely functional. Not import marked.  PHOTOS . . . $1825.    C&R 

GERMAN Model P-08 Luger semiautomatic pistol  # 7115g (9mm) mfg. by Mauser (S/42 code) in 1938. Very Good or better condition, with some signs of actual service use. All components numbered 15 (including grips). Aluminum bottomed magazine stamped WaA 37). All military markings clear, has somewhat bright bore and is completely functional. Not import marked.  PHOTOS . . . $1650.    C&R    SOLD

GERMAN Model 1910 semiautomatic pistol # 102754 (6.35mm, .25 ACP) mfg. by Mauser at Oberndorf in 1920. Very Good or better condition, with a bit of holster wear, much fire-bluing on trigger, all small parts numbered 0775. Bore is strong and somewhat bright, bakelite grips show some wear with chipping on right side. Includes one magazine and D.S.R.M. stamped full-flap holster missing its latch.  Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $350.    C&R    SOLD

GERMAN Model PP Walther semiautomatic pistol # 331491p (.32 ACP) mfg. at Walther, Zella-Mehlis in 1943.  Excellent condition, with over 95% bluing remaining and a strong and mirror-bright bore. All matching serial numbers, includes one finger-grip magazine. Not import-markedPHOTOS . . . $925.   C&R 

GERMAN Model PP semiautomatic pistol # 43369LR (.22 Long Rifle), mfg. at Walther in early 1960. Excellent condition, with full metal finish and one magazine. In factory box. PHOTO . . . $725.    C&R    SOLD

GERMAN Model PPK/S semiautomatic pistol # 137434S (.22 Long Rifle), mfg. at Manurhin in the early 1970's. Excellent-PLUS condition, virtually AS-NEW in plastic Interarms box, with two magazines, manual and factory test target.  Very attractive. PHOTO . . . $975.    C&R  

GERMAN Model PPK Walther semiautomatic pistol # 317825K (.32 ACP) mfg. at Walther in c.1940. Excellent condition, with full high polish bluing and a strong, mirror-bright bore. Completely functional, original light brown plastic grips not cracked or broken, one magazine (stamped "made in Italy"). Not import-marked, extremely attractive with Eagle / C proof on left side of frame.  PHOTOS . . . $1750.    C&R   SOLD

GERMAN Model 1934 semiautomatic pistol # 545916 (7.65mm, .32  ACP) mfg. by Mauser at Oberndorf in c.1937. All-matching numbers (and every tiny little piece except magazines are numbered), Excellent-PLUS condition, looks UNISSUED with full ORIGINAL high-gloss bluing. Bore is near-perfect and mirror-bright, checkered walnut grips show very little wear. Includes two MAUSER-marked magazines and unmarked maroon-leather full-flap holster.   Not import-marked.  PHOTOS . . . $750. C&R     SOLD

GERMAN Model P-38 Walther semiautomatic pistol # 2296b (9mm Parabellum) mfg. at Walther (Nazi code ac) in 1943.  Excellent condition, retains over 90% bluing with holster wear on sides of barrel and sharp edges of slide. Excellent mirror-bright bore. All-matching serial numbers, strong markings, includes one eight-round jvd-marked magazine. Not import marked. PHOTOS . . . $975.     C&R     SOLD

GERMAN Model P-38 Walther semiautomatic pistol rig # 6698q (9mm Parabellum) mfg. at Mauser (Nazi code byf 44) in Feb-Mar 1944. Excellent condition, around 95% original bluing with slight holster-wear at corners and edges, has a very strong and mostly bright bore. All-matching serial numbers, strong markings, includes one unmarked eight-round magazine and unmarked black-leather full-flap holster with stitching on front detached.   Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $975.    C&R    SOLD

GERMAN Model P-38 Walther semiautomatic pistol  # 9326i (9mm Parabellum) mfg. at Spreewerke (Nazi code cyq) in October-Novevember 1943. Excellent condition, around 95% original bluing with strong and mirror-bright bore. All-matching serial numbers, strong markings, includes one unmarked eight-round magazine  Not import-marked.  PHOTOS . . . $875.    C&R  

GERMAN Heeres Pistole (HP) Walther semiautomatic pistol # 21998 (9mm Parabellum) mfg. at Walther in 1944 with BRITISH PROOFS.  This is the civilian version of the P-38 30,000 of which were made from 1938 to 1945). Very Good condition, retains over 80% bluing with holster wear on sides of barrel and sharp edges of slide. Excellent mostly bright bore. All-matching serial numbers, strong markings, Small Birmingham proof marks stamped on bottom of barrel and right side of frame and slide. includes one mismatched eight-round jvd-marked magazine. Not import marked, very scarce. PHOTOS . . . $1175.     C&R 

GERMAN Model GP-35 "High Power" semiautomatic pistol # 423a (9mm Parabellum) mfg. at Fabrique Nationale in mid 1942 under Nazi occupation with fixed sights and magazine safety. Excellent condition with all-matching serial numbers and full external military finish remaining (some minor holster wear at sharp edges). Bore is very strong and bright, all markings (including Nazi eagles and WaA140 proofs) are sharp and clear, and checkered walnut grips have little wear. Includes one unmarked 13-round magazine. Not import-marked.  PHOTOS . . . $1350.   C&R  

GERMAN Model GP-35 "High Power" semiautomatic pistol # 48205b (9mm Parabellum) mfg. at Fabrique Nationale in early 1943 under Nazi occupation with fixed sights and magazine safety. Excellent condition with all-matching serial numbers and full external military finish remaining (some minor holster wear at sharp edges). Bore is very strong and bright, all markings (including Nazi eagles and WaA140 proofs) are sharp and clear, and checkered walnut grips have little wear. Includes one unmarked 13-round magazine. Not import-marked.  PHOTOS . . . $1250.   C&R    SOLD

GERMAN Model GP-35 "High Power" semiautomatic pistol # 5979h (9mm Parabellum) mfg. at Fabrique Nationale in early 1944 under Nazi occupation with fixed sights and magazine safety. Excellent condition with all-matching serial numbers and full external military finish remaining. Bore is very strong and bright, all markings (including Nazi eagles and WaA140 proofs) are sharp and clear, and checkered walnut grips are very crisp. Includes two 13-round magazines and somewhat worn full-flap brown leather military holster with no apparent markings. Not import-marked.  PHOTOS . . . $1675.   C&R  

ISRAELI Webley Mark IV revolver # B53366 (.38 S&W) mfg. by Webley & Scott Ltd. in c.1954 with Israeli property marks (including Star of David) on right side of frame and 4" barrel.  Excellent condition, with very little wear, very "tight" action and a strong very bright bore. All matching serial numbers, a decent example with black-plastic WEBLEY-logo grips and a tan canvas full-flap holster. PHOTOS . . . $625.    C&R    SOLD

JAPANESE Type 26 (1893) double-action six-shot revolver # 29744 (9x22R) mfg. at Koishikawa (Tokyo) in c.1914. Fair to Good condition, with basically no external bluing remaining and many dark stains. Bore is surprisingly excellent and mirror-bright. Very tight cylinder lock-up. Glass-smooth action and worn checkered beech grips.  Lanyard ring at bottom of grip broken off, but fully functional and really looks like it "has been there and done that". Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $450.    C&R   SOLD

JAPANESE  Type 14 semiautomatic pistol, Series 2 # 6661 (8mm Nambu) mfg. at Nagoya in December, 1943.  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. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $850.     C&R 

POLISH Model P35 Nazi Type I Radom VIS semiautomatic pistol # A8076 (9mm) mfg. by Radom in late 1939 with back of grip slotted for shoulder-stock.   Excellent East-German rearsenaled condition with full reblue on all parts (barrel in the white).  All-matching numbers with WaA77 and WaA623 inspection-marks as well as eagle over swastika proof.  Bore is decent with strong rifling and some minor pitting in the grooves, some minor blood-pitting on slide, frame and back of barrel. Has original FB / VIS logo black-bakelite grips.  Not import-marked, scarce early variation. PHOTOS . . . $925.       C&R  

POLISH Model P35 Nazi Type II Radom VIS semiautomatic pistol # K6075 (9mm) mfg. by Radom in 1942 with three levers. Excellent East-German rearsenaled condition with full reblue on all parts (including barrel).  All-matching serial numbers with WaA77 inspection-marks as well as eagle over swastika proof.  Bore has very strong rifling and is mirror-bright. Has original FB / VIS logo black-bakelite grips.  Not import-marked, scarce this nice. PHOTOS . . . $850.       C&R     SOLD

PORTUGUESE Model 1910 semiautomatic pistol # 270775 (6.35mm, .25 ACP) mfg. by Mauser at Oberndorf in 1924. Portuguese post-WWI contract, as noted from the circled-triangle on back of frame. Very Good condition, with quite a bit of holster wear, much fire-bluing on trigger, all small parts numbered 0775. Bore is strong and somewhat bright, checkered walnut grips show some wear. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $350.    C&R

RUSSIAN Model 1895 Nagant TARGET revolver # 78036 (7.62x38R Nagant) mfg. by Tula in 1931. A single-action only seven-shot revolver with heavy barrel and large checkered walnut target grips. Excellent-PLUS arsenal-refinished condition with 100% bluing, bore is mirror-bright and very strong, trigger-pull quite light with fully-adjustable sights. Checkered wood thumb-rest grips are quite nice. PHOTOS . . . $575.     C&R

SOVIET Model TT-33 Tokarev semiautomatic pistol # 8962 (7.62x25 Tokarev), mfg. at Tula in 1936.  Very Good overall condition, all-matching numbers, slide wear on sharp edges. Has added-safety on left side of the frame. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong. Correct black-plastic CCCP grips, includes brown leatherette holster with two magazines (one with lanyard-loop).   PHOTOS  . . . $395.     C&R   SOLD

SOVIET Model TT-33 Tokarev semiautomatic pistol # HL916 (7.62x25 Tokarev), mfg. at Tula in 1941.  A non-import pistol in Excellent overall condition. Slide is also a 1941 Tula, but numbered CG216 on top. Bore is excellent and mirror-bright. Correct black-plastic CCCP grips, includes brown-leather holster with two non-matching magazines. A very interesting specimen, not import-marked.  PHOTOS  . . . $975.     C&R   SOLD

SOVIET military Makarov semiautomatic pistol # GT0441 (9x18 Makarov) mfg. by Izhevsk in 1986. Excellent condition, very little holster-wear or marks on slide. Nice mirror-bright bore and unbelievably smooth functioning. Includes reddish "star" grips as well as one Russian non-matching magazine. Tiny import marks on right side of frame. PHOTOS . . . $750.    C&R    SOLD

SPANISH Smith & Wesson copy revolver # 049324 (8mm Lebel revolver) mfg. by Orbea in the mid-1920's. Likely made for the French army. Good overall condition with most external bluing removed (looks to have been harshly cleaned).  Not much actual wear. All-markings are clear, bore is amazingly mirror-like and very strong with little evidence of use.  Grips are bakelite with OH logo. Not import-marked.  PHOTO . . . $350.    C&R  

SPANISH Model 1921 (400) Astra semiautomatic pistol # 73267 (9x23 Largo) mfg. by Unceta y Compañia, S.A. in Guernica (Spain) in c.1937. Near Excellent condition, with sharp markings and 90% original bluing (wear generally only evident at corners and edges), sharp-checkered non-logo walnut grips. Excellent mirror bore, matching numbers with one magazine. PHOTOS . . . $375.    C&R    SOLD

SWEDISH Model 40 Lahti semiautomatic pistol # 74422 (9mm Parabellum), mfg. by Husqvarna circa 1948. Excellent-PLUS condition, with all-matching serial numbers, perfect mirror bore, and 99% or better original gorgeous bluing. Black bakelite grips incorporating the Husqvarna logo are unchipped, includes one magazine. Not import-marked, one of the best I have ever seen.  PHOTOS . . . $950.     C&R    SOLD

U.S.A. Model 1917 ARMY revolver # 45407 (.45 ACP), mfg. by Colt in 1917.  Near Excellent or better condition, with full dull military blue on all metal components having some spotting issues from age (verdigris on front of barrel). Has a bright and very strong bore.  Not import marked, nice walnut grips. PHOTO. . . $950.     C&R   SOLD

U.S.A. Model 1911 ARMY semiautomatic pistol # 397648 (.45 ACP), mfg. by Colt in 1918.  Very Good condition, all original condition with 70% or better bluing fading to brown minor spotting.  Has a very bright and strong bore, with  slightly worn checkered wood "diamond" grips.  Includes later 7-round magazine, strong markings on frame. Not import marked. PHOTO. . . $1200.      C&R   SOLD

U.S.A. Model 1911 ARMY semiautomatic pistol # 402067 (.45 ACP), mfg. by Colt in 1918.  Excellent condition, all original condition with 95% or better bluing with minor spotting.  Has a very bright and strong bore, with  sharp checkered wood "diamond" grips.  Includes excellent two-toned 7-round magazine, strong markings on frame. Not import marked. PHOTO. . . $1750.      C&R   SOLD

U.S.A. Model 1911A1 ARMY semiautomatic pistol # 927277 (.45 ACP), mfg. by Colt in early 1943 with BRITISH PROOFS.  Excellent-PLUS condition, with full Parkerized finish having only some light holster-wear on sharp edges.  Barrel has an excellent bore and is mirror bright. Birmingham proofs atop barrel and on right side of both slide and frame. Has really sharp checkered plastic grips, includes decent 7-round magazine. Extremely attractive, not import marked. PHOTO. . . $2475.      C&R     SOLD

U.S.A. Model 1911A1 ARMY semiautomatic pistol # 2235282 (.45 ACP), mfg. by Remington Rand in 1945.  Excellent condition, with full Parkerized finish having only some light holster-wear.  Barrel has an excellent-plus bore and is mirror-bright. Has really sharp checkered plastic grips.  Includes decent 7-round magazine. Extremely attractive, not import marked. PHOTO. . . $1525.      C&R    SOLD

U.S.A. Model 1911A1 ARMY semiautomatic pistol # 1860329 (.45 ACP), mfg. by Ithaca in 1944.  Excellent-PLUS condition, with full Parkerized finish having only some light holster-wear on sharp edges.  Barrel has an excellent bore and is mostly bright. Has really sharp checkered plastic grips.  Includes decent 7-round magazine. Extremely attractive, not import marked. PHOTO. . . $1675.      C&R    SOLD

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