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I posted this on the new collector board but want to give it double exposure here. I recently collected a Behorden and got it at a very low price becuase the indicator was missing. I have tried all the usual suspects, including Tom Heller. Anybody have any ideas where I can find one?

 
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Try Jim Shaffer, he had the trigger transfer bar I needed for a Rhienmetall, which I thought I might never find. He's at PO Box 381 Irwin, Pa 15642.
 

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Pisto, Your grip strap marking is a Dutch Department of Finance stamping from the 1930's. A lot of Model 29/30's and Berhoden's were sold to the Netherlands during the 30's.
 

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Pisto, Your grip strap marking is a Dutch Department of Finance stamping from the 1930's. A lot of Model 29/30's and Berhoden's were sold to the Netherlands during the 30's.
 
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