Foreign Military Antique Handguns

Foreign Military Surplus: Antique Handguns

For the discerning collector we offer antique handguns in the highly collectable foreign military surplus category. These firearms come from all across Europe and include everything from British sea service flintlocks to French Charlevilles to Swedish Navy models. Our inventory changes frequently so be sure to visit our list of new arrivals often.

Browse our selection of foreign military surplus antique handguns below. For other antique handguns, click over to our pages on antique U.S. martial and Civil War handguns, percussion cap revolvers, and black powder percussion cap pistols.

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German 1883 Reichsrevolver...

German 1883 Reichsrevolver 10.6x25mmR (AH6730)

Price $1,675.00

Early German military revolver with a 7" barrel. The frame is dated 1882 and the buttcap is marked "3H" for the 3rd Husssar regiment. Serials numbers all match. The bore is excellent. The grips are very good with some wear from use and the screw escutcheons are serialized and matching. Has approximately85% of its original blue which has mixed with a brown patina throughout. Overall this is a...

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Scarce Swiss Model 1878...

Scarce Swiss Model 1878 Cavalry Revolver (AH6450)

Price $1,575.00

The Model 1878 was the first Swiss-made revolver used by the Swiss Army. About 6,000 were made by Waffenfabrik Bern, and so marked on the left side of the frame. This Schmidt-Galand type revolver is chambered for the 10.4mm centerfire cartridge. The overall length is approx. 11.5". The frame is solid with a fixed cylinder and hand operated rod ejection. The 4.5" octagon barrel has a good...

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Webley Mark 1 British Naval...

Webley Mark 1 British Naval Issue Service...

Price $1,750.00

Six-shot service revolver with 4" barrel. The pistol has matching serial numbers. The bore is excellent. The action works perfectly. The revolver is marked with an "N" for naval issue. This revolver has been arsenal refurbished and milled from its original .455 Webley to accept .45ACP with moon clips. The revolver has been marked with a British "broad arrow" on the top strap. There are some...

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Dutch Model 94 (Colonial...

Dutch Model 94 (Colonial Model) Revolver (AH6751)

Price $550.00

The six-shot 9.4mm double action Model 94 revolver was used by the Dutch Colonial Army from 1894 to 1945. The 4.3" octagon barrel has a very good bore with a ring toward the muzzle. The gun has approx. 85% blue turning brown. It has two crown over B inspection marks on the left side of the frame and a crown over E insptction mark on the left side of the hammer. The unit mark AA 89 is on the...

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Italian Financial Police...

Italian Financial Police Modello 1889 Revolver...

Price $875.00

This 10.35mm Italian System Bodeo Modello 1889 enlisted revolver is marked to the GUARDIA DI FINANZA. The Guardia di Finanza the police force responsible for dealing with financial crime and smuggling (and now drugs). It is under the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance. The 4.5" octagon barrel has...

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Military Officers Model...

Military Officers Model 1883 Reichsrevolver...

Price $1,795.00

This Officer's Model 1883 Reichsrevolver was in use until 1919. The overall length is approx. 9.75". The 4 5/8" octagon to round 10.6mm caliber barrel has a good bore with firing wear and light pitting. The gun retains approx. 92% blue and 40% straw finish. The left side of the frame has a safety lever below the hammer. The serial number, 895, or the last two digits, is found on msot parts...

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Dutch 1873 (Old Model)...

Dutch 1873 (Old Model) 9.4mm (AH6633)

Price $1,950.00

Based on the Chamelot Delvigne Design. This six-round double-action revolver chambered in 9.4mm, has a 6.3" octagonal barrel. It was issued to the military in 1873, and was in service through 1945. The Bore is excellent. action works perfectly. Revolver has 98% original factory blue. The grips are smooth wood and show very minor handling wear. This revolver is well made and designed for...

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Danish Model 1891 Navy...

Danish Model 1891 Navy Revolver (AH6750)

Price $1,575.00

THis is a fine example of the 9mm Danish Model 1891 Navy top-break revolver. These revolvers were manufactured for the Danish Navy by J.B. Ronge in Liege, Belgium. The 6.3" octagon to round barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The revolver retains approx. 90% bright blue with the cylinder and grip straps turning brown. The checkered wood grips are very good with moderate...

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German 1879 Reichsrevolver...

German 1879 Reichsrevolver 10.6x25mmR (AH6623)

Price $2,450.00

Six-shot German Army revolver with 7" barrel. These were in use from 1879-1908 until it was replaced by the Luger. The bore is excellent. The revolver has an English "Crown V" proof that indicates a final "view" proof after firing. There is a "3" on the barrel, cylinder and frame. It is likely that this revolver was refinished to new condition in England and numbered "3" by and English...

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H. Pieper 1889 Mexican Army...

H. Pieper 1889 Mexican Army Gas Seal Revolver...

Price $2,750.00

Contract revolver for the Mexican Army with 5.5" barrel. Left sideplate is marked "Ejercito Mexicano" The barrel top strap over the cylinder is marked exactly the same. The contract was for 5000 revolvers for special or elite troops. The Pieper Revolver was made as an official issue gun in 1893 by presidential decree. Grips are marked "Pieper Patent." Grips show handling wear but no cracks,...

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German Officers Model 1879...

German Officers Model 1879 Reichs Revolver...

Price $3,495.00

The Model 1879 Reichsrevolver, or Reichs-Commissions-Revolver Modell 1879, was used by the German army until it was replaced by the P08 Luger in 1908. We call this Model 1879 Reichsrevolver an Officer's model based on the low serial number of 99 (frame and cylinder), the shorter than standard barrel, the high polish blue finish, the finely checkered grips, and the silver-outlined...

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French An 9 Flintlock Army...

French An 9 Flintlock Army Pistol (AH6616)

Price $1,575.00

The 69 caliber French an 9 flintlock Army pistol was introduced in 1801. The 7 7/8' rounc barrel has a good bore with light pitting. All the metal is bright with brown staining. The barrel is marked at the breech 6381 followed by a backwards C followed by a right facing arrow followed by a script R. There is a large Z at the intersection of the breech plug and barrel. The breech tang is...

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War of 1812 Canadian...

War of 1812 Canadian Militia or Also known as...

Price $2,995.00

These pistols were supplied from merchants and not from ordnance. These are often referred to as the 1813 Indian Contract pistols. Barrel is marked with a crown over "GR" and broad arrow, as well as a Tower crossed scepters acceptance proof. 65 caliber with a 9” barrel. Metal has a dark...

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French Model 1777 Flintlock...

French Model 1777 Flintlock Pistol Maubeuge...

Price $2,295.00

Made circa 1780. 69 caliber with a 7” barrel. Barrel has a dark brown patina with pitting. Frame is marked Maubeuge. Belt hook is missing which is very common on this model. Stock is very good. There is a faint cartouche on the right hand side of the grip that appears to be roman numbers. Action works well.

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War of 1812 Canadian...

War of 1812 Canadian Militia or Also known as...

Price $2,995.00

These pistols were supplied from merchants and not from ordnance. These are often referred to as the 1813 Indian Contract pistols. Barrel is marked with a crown over "GR" and broad arrow, as well as a Tower crossed scepters acceptance proof. 65 caliber with a 9” barrel. Metal has a light...

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Ludwig Loewe Model 3, 3rd...

Ludwig Loewe Model 3, 3rd Model Russian S&W...

Price $4,850.00

Ludwig Loewe made licensed copies of the S&W Model 3, 3rd Model Russian revolver for Russia, Argentina, and commercial sales. Argentina was interested in the S&W Russian model revolver but, as S&W was busy making them for Russia, Argentina turned to Ludwig Loewe for 2,000 revolvers. This was Argentina's first military revolver. These very well made revolvers are equal to the...

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Inscribed Webley WG Army...

Inscribed Webley WG Army .455 Caliber (AH6503)

Price $4,750.00

Revolver is inscribed on back strap to a WWI British officer. Back strap is marked "WA Lindsay Stewart Grenadier GDS". According to, Wikitree.com, William Alfred Lindsay-Stewart, a captain in the Grenadier Guards, heroically held an advanced position on the Somme against repeated attacks. He was killed in action in September of 1916. Revolver is very good with approximately 80% original...

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Webley Mark II .455 Caliber...

Webley Mark II .455 Caliber (AH6380)

Price $1,495.00

Revolver is uncut. Barrel is 4". Revolver is marked "N 108 55". N is for naval use. Left side of frame is marked "CN1 2/07". We assume this is a further disposition of the revolver. Bore is excellent. Action works properly. Top strap has a broad arrow. Good to very good overall condition.

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Russian Tula Arsenal...

Russian Tula Arsenal Flintlock Pistol Dated...

Price $1,350.00

This large Tula Arsenal flintlock pistol is dated 1807. The overall length is approx. 20.75". The 13.25" octagon to round smooth bore 62 caliber barrel has a fair bore with roughness. All the metal parts have been chemically cleaned to a dull bright patina. The metal parts have scattered light pitting. The lock is marked TULA (in Cryillic) with 1807 below. The barrel has a partially...

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Webley Mark II .455 Caliber...

Webley Mark II .455 Caliber (AH6331)

Price $1,850.00

British service style revolver. Barrel is 4". The Mark II has the English retailer name on the top strap "Robert Jones 42 Manchester Street, Liverpool". The action works properly. Bore has worn rifling with some minor pitting. Manufactured 1894-1897. A desirable Webley variation.

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