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What kind of condition can one expect to find the Romanian marked (unground) Steyr-Hahn pistols, and what kind of price range.
I have only seen two for sale in the last year and neither was in very good condition.
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Pancho,
Congrats on the nice shoulder stocked M12, understand whatever premium you had to pay, any idea what a good to very good non-stocked model might go for?
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HI MC
The one I bought is not slotted. Dated 1914 and has 98% original blue. I got it for $450 at the mac show about 5 years ago. I've seen them as high as $650 but not approching the crispness of mine. They are rare in original condition.
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Well, I guess I didn't do so bad after all. Paid $700.
I don't have a Steyr shoulder stock. Am looking for one.
Will probably cost as much as the pistol.
Two things about collecting the Steyr-Hahn.
1. The rare variations are REALY rare.
2. The Steyr-Hahn is such a unique looking pistol, that you can scan tables at a gun show and determine almost instantly whether or not there is a Steyr-Hahn on the table.

Does anyone know of a good book on these pistols?
 

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THERE IS NO SPECIALIZED BOOK ON STEYR HAHNS. DURING WWI THERE WAS 6
BASIC MODELS--CHILIAN,AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN, ROMANIAN AND GERMAN 1ST & 2ND BAVARIAN CONTRACT--I GUESS THE 16 RD CLIP FED MODEL WOULD BE ONE ALSO--BUT I'VE NEVER SEEN ONE IN THE USA. PONCHO, I THINK YOUR'S IS POST WWI BUT I MAY BE WRONG. i'VE SEEN UNMARKED ONES BUT DON'T KNOW WHERE THEY WERE USED.
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Thanks for the info guys, I have only seen two for sale on the web in the last year, Empire had one in good-very good for $600.00 and there is on on auction arms in fair to good that is for sale, I have bid, but not high enough. Want a nice one, but don't want to pay out the nose. I have four right now, a Nazi 9mm, a Czech (CRS) accepted, a 1915 and 1916.
 
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quote:Originally posted by Pancho

Well, I guess I didn't do so bad after all. Paid $700.
I don't have a Steyr shoulder stock. Am looking for one.
Will probably cost as much as the pistol.
Two things about collecting the Steyr-Hahn.
1. The rare variations are REALY rare.
2. The Steyr-Hahn is such a unique looking pistol, that you can scan tables at a gun show and determine almost instantly whether or not there is a Steyr-Hahn on the table.

Does anyone know of a good book on these pistols?
Hi Pancho,

The Roth Steyr and Steyr Hahn are my favorite military pistols. I have very much enjoyed looking at your pictures of your pistols. I recently sold a very nice Romanian for $700. The buyer had no problems paying that kind of money.

Paul
 
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