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I found a notice in an old german book about the german Colonial-troops (Schutztruppen) where the author said, that pistols manufactured by webley & Scott were in use there before the Luger-Pistol gets the regular handgun of german army. Is there anyone knows about which model this could be and if there are other sources which might confirm this statement?
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See online version, DEUTSCHES KOLONIAL-LEXIKON, 1920. Exact models are not specified. See also: www.kukri.de, passim.
If you can't find the entries in the DKL online let me know and I'll refer you from a hard copy.
BTW, Schutztruppen not part of the Army; under Colonial Office.
 
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