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I just got a 1935 SACM pistol and have a couple of questions:
1. How to explain that the barrel has a Nazi test proof mark on the left flat side, but there is no ser. number on the barrell?
2. Is the ser. number too low for Nazi gun range? The ser. number is c1XXA...
Any help would be greatly aprreciated.

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Lisik,
Hello again. I checked my 1935A and it too has only the Test Eagle on the barrel. Although books say the barrel was marked with the last two digits of the serial number, this doesn't look to be a hard, fast rule. The serial number of your pistol is within the Nazi range. The Nazi 1935A pistols start at B701A (They all have the "A" suffix). Your pistol has the "diamond" flaw in the left grip plate which is correct for that period.
Hope this helps.
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Lisik,
Found more info. I was reading the new "French Service Handguns 1858-2004" by Medlin and Huon, and located the following: (Page 122) "Between #C3341 and #C6327, the barrel was given a two-digit mark to match the last two digits of the serial number". So ours are correct. Hope this helps.
Dean
 
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