I don't believe you can- most soldiers did not belong to the Nazi Party.How does one define a 'nazi' gun?
Using the term "Nazi" in reference to a weapon has always bothered me. The word refers to a political party. Have you ever heard of a weapon being referred to a Republican or Democrat gun? It does not make much since and in a way shows a lack of understanding.How does one define a 'nazi' gun?
|WaA195||epf||Karl Böcker||Waldbröhl, Rhld.||1944|
|WaA195||epf||Karl Böcker||Brng. Hp Hol.||Waldbröhl, Rhld.||1941-42 (kann auch eqf sein)|
Enlarging the photo, it is a 1937 date. A Nazi 'era' production, but as stated, not possible to associate directly with a Party Member.I can't make out the last digit of the year.