Spanish post-war service pistol in very good condition. Magazine is matching. (Spare magazine is un-numbered.) Bore is excellent. Comes with holster.
Foreign Military Pistols & Revolvers
Very fine German issued P37 with matching magazine! Pistol is in excellent overall condition. Holster is an original "drop" holster. Marked "JSD 1942". Inside flap is marked with model and caliber and the name of the officer. This is a very fine rig, don't pass it up!
Very fine police marked PP. Left side of frame is eagle F marked. Pistol has approximately 98% original finish. Bore is excellent. Holster is dated 1942 and marked "Otto Sindel Berlin" on flap. Comes with an extra magazine. An excellent example of a police issued PP!
Scarce Policed marked pistol. Frame is marked with eagle and K. Bore is excellent. Pistol has some holster wear. Grips are very good no chips or cracks. Right side of trigger guard is dated 1942. Holster is manufactured by Otto Sindel, Berlin and dated 1941. Both magazines are marked "P. Mod27". A desirable pistol.
German WWII military issued pistol. Desirable early model with high polished finish and slotted for stock. Serial numbers are matching. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Front grip strap is turning a gray patina, otherwise finish is very good plus overall. Holster is excellent with spare magazine. A scarce and desirable P35!
Desirable tangent sight model. Frame and slide are eagle 103 marked. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Serial numbers are matching. Magazine has a faint eagle 103 marking near heel. Pistol has some holster wear, otherwise good overall condition.
Scarce Dutch contract. Top of slide has royal cypher of Queen Wilhelmina. Rear of frame has crown over w proof. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Metal has some holster wear; with approximately 92% original finish. Grips are very good. Very good overall condition.
Scarce Dutch contract. Top of slide has Queen Wilhelmina's royal cypher. Rear of frame has a crown over w. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Very good overall condition.
Rare Nato pistol version of the Walther P5 compact in excellent condition with box and papers, extra magazines.
Canadian made Hi-Power made for China. Backstrap is slotted for shoulder stock. Slide and frame have some areas of pitting. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Good condition with holster and extra magazine.
Spanish Orbea pattern model 1915 revolver. In the beginning of World War 1 England had a shortage of of side arms. The British military made contracts with any country that could supply them. Spain offered to supply30,000 pistols in .455 caliber. There were three companies under the parent company of Orbea Hermanos y...
Czech Cold War era military pistol. Bore is excellent. Frame is dated 1953 and has an import mark on bottom. Very good overall condition.
Scarce Argentine Air Force marked 1911. Right side of slide is marked "Aeronautica Argentina". Bore is excellent. Metal has a parkarized finish. Good overall condition. Hard to find!
Norwegian military pistol made in 1945. Serial numbers are matching including the barrel. Bore is excellent. Grips have a minor crack on each side by the bottom screw. Pistol has some holster wear, otherwise good to very good overall condition. A popular military pistol.
Astra 1915 .32 ACP caliber pistol. Early Spanish auto made by Astra. Barrel is marked “Hope”. These were issued to France in WWI. Magazine is marked “EU” and comes with holster. Fair overall condition.
Astra 600/43 9mm caliber pistol. Spanish post-war service pistol in very good condition.
FN 1922 .32 ACP caliber pistol. WWII Nazi issue. Frame and slide are Waffenamt marked. Bore is mint. Metal has approximately 70% blue with patina. Good overall condition.
Rare Soldier Identified Webley-Fosberry .455 caliber Revolver. 6” Barrel in .455 Webley. This gun is identified to Captain Thomas Filgate of the Royal Munster Fusiliers. He was an officer during WWI and was killed in action on September 29, 1915. This gun was issued to him and a copy of the company records are included in the paperwork with this gun. The gun is...
SVW45 Mauser P38 9mm caliber pistol. This is a Mauser code SVW45. With star on right side of the slide indicating French assembly and production after the French overran the Mauser factory. The late SVW45 code with star were plentiful years ago but are scarce now. They are often found with metal grips. Bore is very good.