The 7,65mm (32 ACP) CZ 27 was manufactured from 1927 to 1951. About 450.000 were manufactured for the German military during WWII. This pistol is a pre-WWII CZ 27 that was used by the Czech military prior to WWII. It is slightly diffferent from the WWII German issued pistols in that it is rounded rather than flat on the later guns. The 3.5" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong...
U.S. Military Pistols & Revolvers
WWII U.S. military pistol. Has been through both Augusta Arsenal and Rock Island Arsenal, and is so marked on the frame. Bore is excellent. Shows some typical service wear, overall very good condition.
Custom Bullseye target pistol made using a WWII Ithaca slide and various parts. Has target sights and National Match barrel and bushing. Excellent condition.
Scarce WWII 1911A1 pistol by US&S. The gun has been restored and looks good. The bore is fair, with etching throughout. The US&S guns are the second rarest government contract for the 1911A1, only the Singer is harder to find. A very desirable U.S. military pistol.
Lend lease revolver. Butt is "WB" inspector marked and has two C's with broad arrows, signifying issuance to Canada. Barrel is 5" and has British proofs. Bore has strong rifling with some minor pits. Action works properly. Very good overall condition.
Scarce WWI US military pistol. Bore is excellent. Barrel is marked "H" above chamber and "P" on breech face. Correct Springfield magazine with lanyard loop. Very good overall condition.
Scarce WWI US military pistol. Barrel is correct and is marked "P" over chamber and has no markings on lug. Bore is good with strong rifling and some minor frosting. Pistol has a mostly gray and brown patina with some light surface etching. Grips are good, no cracks. Fair overall condition.
WWII US military pistol with British proofs. Bore is excellent. Metal has some light holster wear; otherwise very good plus overall condition.
WWII era revolver. Butt has flaming bomb and "WB" inspectors markings. Back of frame is marked "N" broad arrow "Z" over "6641". (New Zealand issued) Under side of barrel has a small import marking. Bore is excellent. Action works properly. Metal has been refinished long ago. Good overall condition.
U.S. WWI issued revolver. Bore is very good with strong rifling and very minor frosting. Metal has approximately 90% original finish. Hammer has vivid case colors. Grips are very good plus, no chips or cracks. Very good overall condition.
Smith & Wesson Victory .38 Special caliber revolver. Unusual Victory model as it was rebored in Australia to .38 Special and marked on left side of frame. Right side of frame is marked FTR (factory thorough repair) and also marked ANF USA. Broad arrow mark near the FTR mark. The ANF mark also has a broad arrow. Barrel is marked .38 S&W CTG. The bottom of the grip is marked in very...
S&W Victory .38 Special caliber revolver. Victory model sold through the United States Defense Supply Corporation and subsequently shipped on February 22, 1944 to the Illinois State Armory, Springfield, Illinois. The United States Defense Supply Corporation was a government formed corporation in 1940-1945 for the purpose of acquiring arms and strategic...
S&W Victory .38 Special caliber revolver. Excellent Victory model with factory letter stating the revolver was sent to the United States Strategic Service in Virginia on August 22, 1944. Barrel length 4”. Excellent bore and action. Gun has approximately 98% original military finish. Gun as you see it. These guns went on to the O.S.S.
Springfield Armory Gallery Practice Pistol 2nd Type 22 LR Pistol. Made on a Colt Frame in 1918. 97% Arsenal Finish Parkerized. Very rare conversion unit with only 30 of these pistols being made. Gun is in excellent condition and has an excellent bore.
Remington UMC 1911 .45 ACP caliber pistol. Desirable WWI US 1911. Has some combat wear, otherwise good condition. Has been arsenal refurbished. Frame is AA marked.