Your Mauser 1934 is in beautiful shape. It bears a test proof and an E/655 stamped on the left grip tang below the slide. These indicate German Army acceptance and use of this pistol. About 8,000 of these were manufactured for the German Army.(for additional information see Axis Pistols page 32, 35, and 36)
thanks i saw it and thought i might not see another one for a long time in as good of shape, so i got it. some slight wear on end of slide one spot of finish wear on front of grip and one on front of triger guard. i guess from a holster, which i dont have. how hard are holsters to find, and what do they go for. i have a axis and bolth luger books for info. thanks again
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