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I will start with this long post by saying I passed on this gun which is featured on page 171 of Buxton Vol. 1, it has a picture of the pistol on page 221 serial number 04119. (Experimental take down/cam face. 3rd variation 0 series) It was sold to another collector when I passed on it. My reason for passing is my own. I believe the gun is interesting for what it is, the only one reported.

This is a photo of the left side, notice the take down lever is missing and the experimental take down/cam in place.

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This is a photo of the right side, notice the take down lever is missing and the experimental take down/cam in place.

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The e/s proof in "the white" with the 2nd acceptance stamp missing.

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Crossed out serial number, mag was an P.38v e/359.

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Red and White sights

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The new push through take down had a hole cut in the frame with an extra groove cut on the locking block to make the take down device work.

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New push through take down, unmarked.

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The block with machined groove for the new take down.

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Block proofed e/n

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Any thoughts?

Mark
 
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