Sauer Model 1930 32ACP Pistol (PR57130)
The 7.65mm (32ACP) Sauer Model 1930 is a continuation of the Model 1929 line of pistols that were produced for the Dutch. The 3" barrel has an excellent bore with bright, strong rifling. The gun nas approx. 95% blue with the rear grip strap fading and edge wear. The left side of the slide is marked J.P. SAUER & SOHN, SUHL followed by the Sauer standing man logo followed by CAL. 7,65. The ldft side of the frame above the grip is stamped 1122 in individual numbers. The right side of the slide is stamped PATENT. There is a German commercial crown proof on the right frame to the rear of the trigger and on the takedown knob. The checkered hard rubber grips, with the S&S logo and Cal. 7,64mm on the left, are excellent with no cracks or chips. The magazine base is marked S&S Cal. 7,65. The action, including the magazine safety, functions correctly. The Sauer Model 1930 is rarely seen, especially in the condition this gun is in.