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Manufacturer: Friedrich Langenhan Model: Selbstlader ("Self-loader") Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Blowback, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: .32 ACP (7.65×17mm) Capacity: 7+1 Year(s) Produced: 1915-???? Quantity Produced: ?

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Manufacturer: Friedrich Langenhan Model: Selbstlader ("Self-loader") Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Blowback, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: ACP Capacity: Year(s) Produced: Quantity Produced: ?

Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 422 Finish: Blued/Blackened Construction: Aluminum & Carbon Steel Action: Single-Action Operation: Semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: .22 LR Capacity: 10+1 / 12+1 Year(s) Produced: 1987-1996 Quantity Produced: ?

Underbarrel Handguns

Manufacturer: Smith & Wesson Model: 422 Finish: Blued/Blackened Construction: Aluminum & Carbon Steel Action: Single-Action Operation: Semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: LR Capacity: / Year(s) Produced: Quantity Produced: ?

Browning Pistol Model 1900

We undertake deactivation and firearm repair work in our custom built and well equiped workshop. We buy and sell deactivated world war 1 and 2 German and Allied firearms, guns and militaria.

Manufacturer: Dreyse Model: 9mm Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Breech-blowback, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: 9x19mm Parabellum Capacity: ? Year(s) Produced: ????-???? Quantity Produced: ?

Underbarrel Handguns

Manufacturer: Dreyse Model: 9mm Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Breech-blowback, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: 9x19mm Parabellum Capacity: ? Year(s) Produced: ????-???? Quantity Produced: ?

Browning Pistol Model 1900 No more leaving the last round out because it is too hard to get in. And you will load them faster and easier, to maximize your shooting enjoyment. Save those thumbs & bucks w/ free shipping on this handgun magloader I purchased mine http://www.amazon.com/shops/raeind

We undertake deactivation and firearm repair work in our custom built and well equiped workshop. We buy and sell deactivated world war 1 and 2 German and Allied firearms, guns and militaria.

Manufacturer: Dreyse Model: 1907 Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Breech-blowback, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: .32 ACP (7.65×17mm) Capacity: 7+1 Year(s) Produced: 1907-1915 Quantity Produced: ?

Underbarrel Handguns

Manufacturer: Dreyse Model: 1907 Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Breech-blowback, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: ACP Capacity: Year(s) Produced: Quantity Produced: ?

Manufacturer: Fabrique Nationale d'Herstal Model: 1899 & 1900 Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Blowback, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: .32 ACP (7.65×17mm) Capacity: 7+1 Year(s) Produced: 1899-1914 Quantity Produced: ~724,550

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Manufacturer: Fabrique Nationale d'Herstal Model: 1899 & 1900 Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Blowback, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: ACP Capacity: Year(s) Produced: Quantity Produced:

Llama XVIII Especial - .22 L.R.

5 shot mag, 2 barrel, 4 overall length, 13 with pearl grips

The Walther P38 is a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Walther as the service pistol of the Wehrmacht at the beginning of World War II. It was intended to replace the costly Luger P08, the production of which was scheduled to end in 1942.

The Walther is a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Walther as the service pistol of the Wehrmacht at the beginning of World War II. It was intended to replace the costly Luger the production of which was scheduled to end in

The Model 1907 : Though the .45 military version of the Savage pistol floundered, the civilian market was ripe for a small, easily wielded pistol. And with a few modifications, Savage had itself a viable product. From 1907 to 1913 the gun was available solely in .32 ACP, but at the end of the production run in 1920 Savage released a .380-model.  Despite Savage’s attempts to popularize the additional caliber, its .32 was largely more popular.

The Model 1907 : Though the .45 military version of the Savage pistol floundered, the civilian market was ripe for a small, easily wielded pistol. And with a few modifications, Savage had itself a viable product. From 1907 to 1913 the gun was available solely in .32 ACP, but at the end of the production run in 1920 Savage released a .380-model. Despite Savage’s attempts to popularize the additional caliber, its .32 was largely more popular.

Manufacturer: Frommer Model: Stop Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Long-recoil, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: .32 ACP (7.65×17mm) or .380 ACP (9×17mm) Capacity: 8+1 or 7+1 Year(s) Produced: 1912-1929 Quantity Produced: ?

Underbarrel Handguns

Manufacturer: Frommer Model: Stop Finish: Blued Construction: Carbon Steel Action: Single-action Operation: Long-recoil, semi-automatic Type: Pistol Caliber: ACP or ACP Capacity: or Year(s) Produced: Quantity Produced: ?

Walther VP - Volkspistole, 9×19mm Parabellum. 8 round detachable box magazine. The Volkspistole ("People's Pistol") was an emergency German pistol design that was assembled from simple steel pressings with a minimum of machined parts. Only prototypes were produced before the end of World War II.

Michael Heidler is a German author who has written a couple very well-researched books on German weaponry, including a massively comprehensive catalog of manufacturing codes which we have a video r…

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