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Just recently acquired a 1934 Mauser Navy marked approx 95% blue with nice grips. Pistol is marked N 51xx. comes with nice hollster but not the correct one for this pistol. Holster is marked jhg 41 and is stamped Mauser 7.65 inside. Comes with 2 correct mags for the pistol, one marked 0.2949 and the other un numbered. both have Mauser banner on the floorplate. would like a ballpark estimate on the worth of this rig. TIA.......phredp
 

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Many times it is almost impossible to determine even a ballpark on a description.

Can you provide scanned in or digital pictures, further description, whether it is all matching, etc?

And Welcome to the forum,

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sorry i screwed up earlier reply. Thanks for the welcome....your forums are fantastic. Regarding the 1934 Mauser I dont have the ability to scan or send digitals. About all I can add to the previous post is than the pistol is all matching. ser #is in the 563xxx range. Reall , the only wear on the pistol is slight holster wear on the forward edge of the slide just to the left of the ser # on both sides of the slide and just the tinist sliver of edge wear at the rear of the slide. Thanks again for your previous response. Also would like to give you a Ser # of a zero series P-38 I have for your files. It is 08943. Thanks again..phredp
quote:Originally posted by Weimar_Police

Many times it is almost impossible to determine even a ballpark on a description.

Can you provide scanned in or digital pictures, further description, whether it is all matching, etc?

And Welcome to the forum,

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Thanks Tom........your input greatly appreciated. Paid 950 for the rig and as im not real knowledgable on these one always wonders if paid too much. Am greatly interested in the WW1 and WW2 era German Pistols. Thanks again........phredp
quote:Originally posted by Tom Whiteman

For what's its worth, I recently pd 975 for such a gun
 
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