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Not sure if anyone else spotted this, but it went through Gunbroker last week.
A decent Austrian proofed Jager pistol, nicer than my own example anyway.
Here's a few photos from the auction, so as to add it to the Jager database.
The magazine number does not match, but these are very scarce pistols.

Enjoy!
Rich M.

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If you look closely the roller impressions are quite pronounced. Where the paper has been pressed together. Front & back. Eye of the beholder sort of thing I guess.
 

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If you look closely the roller impressions are quite pronounced. Where the paper has been pressed together. Front & back. Eye of the beholder sort of thing I guess.
Ah, yes! I see what you mean! Untrained eye and all :) very pronounced and unique indeed.
 

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Interesting. I have SNs 10245, 10629 and10672 on my list that are Austrian proofed. If anyone is interested in a copy my list of with, now with this one, 242 Jagers and the article I wrote, with Stefan Klein's help, for AutoMag, send me a PM.
I have an excellent restored Jager and its holster and excellent condition original horn grips for sale. See Guns International for pictures.
Ron
 
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