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I am going to try and post a series of pictures here. I hope they aren't too big or mess up the site.

These are the handguns I have collected over the years.
 

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Excellent collection and presentation.
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Jan

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Here is my sN 4190 Lahti with SA acceptance:


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Note the right side frame behind the trigger was hitted by splinter or bullet. Maybe the pistol saves the bearers life. Maybe the bearer was hitted with lot of another splitters or bullets....


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Hi RCL!
It is yours SN really 42? I think the low SN´s have reinforced receiver in upper rear part.

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quote:Originally posted by Jan

Hi RCL!
It is yours SN really 42? I think the low SN´s have reinforced receiver in upper rear part.

Jan "Hoba" Balcar
No, it's an old picture where I obscurred the last two digits of the SN. It is a 4200 range gun.

Sorry for the false impression.
 

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A quick breakdown on the guns.

The Lahti is a second series in the 4200 serial number range. The gun looks unfired and in 99%. No import marks and the mag is also [SA] marked. I also have a near mint holster for it with a cleaning rod and loading tool.

The M23 is all matching and non-import marked with the original sub 4” barrel and in .30 Luger.

The P08 is also all matching and non-import marked. It comes with a matching shoulder stock and the looped holster.

The CZ38 is the most recent acquisition and one I just happened to luck out on. It is a clean and all matching gun.

The CZ24 is a nice all matching gun and not import marked.

The Berettas are one each of the [SA] marked 34 and 35 and the SKY marked 34.

The Nagant is rough and has some pitting, but seems to have been rebuled as some time. It is not import marked.

The C96 is really, really nice. All matching, clean, about 90% and not import marked.

The P35 is quite rough and import marked. I lucked across it while trying to work out a deal on a Finn Luger at a gun show one day. The guy who had it noted I knew a lot about the [SA] “thingy” as he called it. He offered me the pistol with a board stock/holster for $400.
 
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