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  1. 1900-1918 : Austria-Hungary Pistols & Holsters
    I had posted this Austrian marked Jager pistol some years ago, but I understand that the old photographs are no longer working. It is a late production commercial model: serial number 10629, with Vienna proof-house marks dated 1917. It is not in the best of condition, but the Jager is noted for...
  2. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    Hello, I recently purchased a walther model 4 from a co worker who just wanted it gone. It had been passed down to him and wasn’t sure how his family ended up with the handgun. I’m not sure of the value but am just curious to know. It seems to be an early second variation from what I’ve read...
  3. German: German Mfg. (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters.
    I recently came across an online ad for a P38 on a site that caters to local sellers and buyers. There was scant information in the ad but the holster pictured with the pistol gave me an idea it was likely a war-time pistol. I currently own a cyq P38 but have always had a hankering for a...
  4. German: Foreign and German Mfg. 6.35 cal Pistols
    here are some pictures of my guns. let me know what you guys think!!
  5. West German Army Pistols & Holsters 1955-now
    Hello all! I picked up this P38 recently. I'm having a very hard time finding out any info on it. There is no date on the right side of the slide. W 9.73 is by the trigger guard. (I believe this to be a repair date, sept. 1973?) All serial numbers match on the barrel, slide, and frame. Could...
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