Michael Jon Littman· Registered
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I was shown, very quickly, a Sauer 38h with rough polish and thinning finish. The finish is not brown just more like a watercolor facsimile of a real bluing...typical of later war pieces. Sorry I was not able to get the serial number but I suspect it is a type 4 or 4a. The hammer drop was present but I do not recall the pistol having a safety. The left grip does have a hairline failure and the magazine may be a replacement. There is an eagle/F on the left trigger guard. The price is $350 and the seller will not take my C&R. Thus I will have to pay the look up fee and tax bringing the price up near $400. Is it worth this? Is this a decent price or too high. They are using the blue book to price this pistol but really do not know about the Police marking (they have it marked WaA marked). I would say the remaining finish is 95%+ but very thin. Oh and the pistol comes with a brown holster that is WWI marked but has had the flap re-cut to fit the 38h. What say y'all?