SN: 099053. W. German service pistol dated 1979. Excellent condition with holster.
Foreign Military Pistols & Revolvers
SN: C6366. WWI German military luger made in 1916. All serials are matching. The bore is near excellent with minimal frosting. The finish has a light but even brown-blue patina. Overall a very good example and comes with correct leather holster. The holster is very good with a leather strap that need repair and a German soldiers name "Eisenhofer" inscribed in the cover.
Serial No. 70688, 4.5" round barrel chambered in 8mm Nambu, manufactured April 1943. Metal is a grey patina, magazine is not numbered. Grips are intact with no crack but not matching. Bore is bright with strong rifling. Action functions correctly.
SN: 9298g. Post-war French made service pistol, made during the French occupation of Germany. Has the distinctive metal grips, which were originally grey but have turned a plum color. These guns were imported by Interarms, and this one is in excellent condition with the matching number box.
Serial number 7362. Made in 1942. 9mm with a 5” barrel. This gun has approximately 70% of the original toning finish mixed with a dark gray patina. Grips are very good and have been filled with a white substance.
Serial No. 60601 chambered in 8mm Nambu, 4.5" round barrel manufacutred October 1944. Pistol is all matching including magazine and grips. Bore is good with strong rifling noted. Action functions correctly. Overall very good condition.
SN: 98508. Argentine made .45 auto service pistol, marked "Republica Argentina Marina De Guerra" for the Argentine Navy. Bore is excellent. Very good condition with light wear, mostly on the grip frame.
Serial No. 435171, 3.5" barrel chambered in 7.65mm, gun is late war and is in overall good condition, bore is bright with strong rifling. Waffentampts are visible throughout.
Serial number 7552F. Made in 1943. 9mm with a 5” barrel. Very fine BYF variant with 85% of the original blue finish. Grips are excellent.
Serial number 6522. Made circa 1924. This gun is in 9mm Largo caliber with a 4” barrel. Gun is in excellent original condition with 95% of the original blue finish. This gun has the original Trolit Plastic grips.
SN: 253v. WWII German military pistol. Very good condition with some marks on the slide. Bore is excellent.
SN:2402O. Manufactured in 1944. Serial numbers are matching. Bore is good with strong rifling and some minor frosting. Magazine is marked "P.38". Very good overall condition.
SN:2113. Desirable Russian WWII pistol. 1936 dated. Magazine is correct, but not numbered to frame. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Metal has a grey patina. Very good overall condition.
SN:9042L. Serial numbers are matching. Bore is excellent. Magazine is marked "P.38v" above floor plate and is marked "WaA135" on spine. Very good overall condition.
SN:2172L. Manufactured in 1944. Serial numbers are matching. Bore is excellent. Magazine is marked "P38". Very good overall condition.
SN: 1951. WWII German military pistol originally made by Mauser and later reworked by East Germany. The serial are non-matching. The bore is good. The East German "Bullseye" grips are in excellent condition. The magazine has matching serials. Overall very good condition.
Serial number W68644. Made in 1916. 455 Webley caliber with a 5” barrel. Very fine gun with 75% of the original finish remains. The magazine is for a .45 ACP, not.455.
Serial number E3594. 9mm with a 4 ½” barrel. Gun is in excellent condition with 97% + blue on the frame. Grips are excellent. This is a slotted model with the Nazi proofs.
Serial number 22937. Made in 1900. 7.63 Mauser caliber with a 5 ½” barrel. Very good condition with 90% of the original finish. These are scarce guns made between 1899 and 1900.
SN:E2080. Royal Air Force marked service revolver with Parker-Hale .22 LR conversion. Right side of frame is dated to the 1930's and is also marked "R.A.F". Bore is excellent. Very good overall condition. An uncommon .22 conversion.