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TERMS: All firearms are sold in compliance with all federal, state and local laws. No sales outside of the United States or to Chicago, New York, or New Jersey-sorry. California sales are OK with proper dealer/state authorization (we are registered with the California DoJ).  All sales will be transferred via your Curio & Relic License (C&R) if eligible or to your local Federal Firearms Licensee (mailed, faxed or emailed as a .tif or .jpg are all acceptable). Shipping is a flat $20.00 for sidearms and $40.00 for longarms. Parcel will be sent to the street address only on the license provided and will require licensee signature. Payment via cash, personal check or money order via US Mail are all acceptable but all must clear prior to shipment. We cannot accept credit cards, Paypal, or CODs on the below.  All firearms are sold with a three-day, non-shooting inspection period (if you shoot it, you own it) and may be returned for a full refund (minus shipping costs) within that time if returned in the same packaging and condition as sent. All firearms should be handled with extreme care and safety and should be inspected and certified by a competent gunsmith prior to use.

 


Late WW2 Japanese Type 94 Pistol

5th variant, rough last-ditch finish, rough machining, freckling, with blued magazine serial numbered to gun, 8 mm, VG-EX bore, all correct late 1944 production dated "19.10", no import marks

Vet bring back reportedly from Okinawa, comes with ultra scarce late web holster which if not battle damaged would bring $500-700, but alas it's burnt/torn but could be restored

They don't get more honest than this battlefield pick up!

$679.99


WW2 Japanese Type 94 Pistol

Ca. 95+% finish with non-match but close serial numbered mag, 8 mm, VG bore, all otherwise correct, bring-back, no import marks

Nice pistol, rough late-war, deep-dull blue, few nicks and scuffs, overall very nice T.94 though

Poor design but again a difficult sidearm to find!

$649.99


WW2 German Hungarian Femeru Mod. 37 Pistol

Hard to find P.37, most went to Luftwaffe, VG-EX bore, legit vet "jhv 41" bring-back, no import markings, all matching except correct type mismatched magazine

Solid collectable, deep original blue finish 96%, correctly and profusely marked, everything functions as it should, couple of scratches in left grip and on left slide only

These don't come up this nice very often!

$749.99


Late WW2 German P.27 (CZ.24)

Honest 98%, Non-import, 7.65 mm, WaA, correct non-CZ late grips and P.27 marked mag, VG-EX bore, blued slide, phosphate receiver

Little speckling on the straw trigger, no damage, just some light wear on the sharp edges, all matching, overall very fine late war P.27!

An honest souvenir bring-back!

$529.99


Scarce 1920s Engraved Ortgies Pistol

Ca. 95+% blue, 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), VG bore, Crown/N proofed, SN 157 XXX, correct nickel plated mag and comes with original 1920s export manual!

Nice pistol, finely engraved with oak leaves and acorns, silver inlay pattern in grips, marked "Germany" under frame so pre-WWII, a tad of wear in usual places

Manual is complete, few scuffs, front right lower corner chip, in English for export sales!

$979.99


WW2 1937 Army-issue P08 (Luger)

Unmessed-with example, 9mm, all matching except mag, all parts and grips otherwise have last two "93" of the serial number.

Bluing about an 95+%, straw about same, scattered light blemishes and tiny pits with holster wear in usual places, bore VG-EX, correctly early National Socialist proofed and marked.

With 1937 dated holster (needs one loop repaired) with name in tool compartment, just as the vet brought it home!

$1,849.99


WW2 Japanese Type 14 Pistol with Holster

With GD holster, 8 mm, VG-EX bore, legit vet bring-back, no import markings, all matching except mismatched magazine

Solid late, large triggerguard pistol, rough late-war, deep blue finish 97%, everything functions as it should

Nice rig that didn't get abused or suffered much from the Pacific humidity!

$869.99


WW2 British Enfield .38

Classic double-action break-open Enfield/Webley Mk1*, solid 92%, all-matching, non-import marked, .38 S&W (probably), marked "43", double star "Ie"

All correct, original finish, couple of tiny dings, large scratches to bottom grips, bore VG-EX, cylinder locks up tight

A favorite of British tankers and a nice example without post-war skullduggery!

$499.99


Late WW2 Italian/German Beretta M1935

7.65 mm (.32 ACP), "4UT" proofed, mix of phosphate/bluing about 90%, late splotchy type, with w/some holster wear

Correct late period magazine and grips, all-matching, bore VG, manufactured 1945, no post-war "7.65 mm" mark on the right side

Late, rough and last-ditch!

$599.99


Late WW2 German P.27 (CZ.24)

Honest 98%, Non-import, 7.65 mm, WaA, correct grips and mag (grips have some pricetag residue on them easily removed), EX+ bore

No pitting, no damage, just some light wear on the sharp edges, all matching, overall very, very fine late war P.27!

An honest souvenir bring-back!

$529.99


WW2 British Webley & Scott No.2 Mk V Flare Pistol

Have several, all used, in good serviceable condition, markings and dates vary, some are unit marked with an enamel painted numeral or letter

Steel construction, break-top design, retractable lanyard loop, cocking hammer, 3 5/8" barrel.

Will select the best available out of the bunch when your order is received. No FFL or C&R required!

$199.99


WW2 Italian Beretta M1934

9 mm Corto (.380 ACP), "PSF" proofed, SN 798XXX, bluing about 85-90% with wear to plum on slide from holster

Correct period magazine and grips, all-matching, bore VG, manufactured 1940

A vet bring-back you can carry and shoot!

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Commercial DWM Produced P08 (Luger)

7.63mm Luger, all matching where numbered, having last two "91" of the serial number. Mag correct, unnumbered, nickel plated with chipped wood base

Bluing about an 85+%, condition as shown, scattered pitting, holster wear in usual places, bore VG-EX, correctly Imperial C/N proofed and marked.

These were made up after WW1 and exported to the US of which thousands were used on ranches out west!

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Late WW2 German "cyq" P38

Import marked on rear tang but no COMBLOC "X" marking, 97+% condition, 9 mm, WaA88, "n" block serial number, correct authentic grips

No pitting, some slight holster wear, believe this is probably a COMBLOC re-dip blue, all matching serial numbers, VG-Excellent bore!

Overall nice!

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Scarce WW1 F. Langenhans Selbstlader

7.65mm (.32 ACP), Imperial proofed, bluing turning to brown on frame, bluing on upper is better, grip crack upper right

Correct period grips, all-matching, bore GD, safety a little loose and needs adjustment, mag is aftermarket and fits poorly

Should clean up and appears functional for a century-old sidearm

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WW2 German Early JP Sauer 38H

96+% hi-polish blue, 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), Eagle/37, Eagle/N, SN 297XXX, excellent bore

All matching, correct original early mag, original grips, and only a bit of holster wear on the high points

Nice vet bring-back and an early one when fit and finish was extraordinary!

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Pre WWI-era Mauser "Small Ring" C96 Broomhandle

Bluing turned mostly to pleasing gray-brown patina, import marked on triggerguard, all parts appear to be matching, grips as well, Crown/U proofed

7.65 mm, tight action without a lot of wear or corrosion inside, bore poor like most, just a 100 year-old gun that's seen a fair amount of use

Very early serial number, made in 1905, Probable import in the 1990s. Would be a nice shooter or restoration project!

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WW2-era Walther PPK Pistol

Ca. 85+% blue/straw, 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), GD bore, Crown/N proofed, SN 2623XX K, correct banner mag

Nice pistol, all correct, slide matches, grip has slight crack on left, holster wear in usual places

These are getting harder and harder to come across!

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Late WW2 German Polizei "cyq" P38

Non-import marked, 92+% condition, 9 mm, WaA88, "x" block serial number, additional Polizei marking, correct authentic grips and mag

No pitting, some slight holster wear, all matching serial numbers, VG-Excellent bore!

Overall a solid late war collectible!

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WW2 "byf" 41 "Black Widow" P08 (Luger)

Unmessed-with example, 9mm, all matching except mag, all parts otherwise have last two "97" of the serial number, correctly WaA655 National Socialist proofed and marked, bore EX.

Not import marked, bluing about 96+%, scattered light patterned blemishes on right top frame and light holster wear in usual places, small chip to right grip near screw.

Markings highlighted w/crayon (easily removed with stiff brush). A sound investment. Classic WW2 German pistol prized as the souvenir by returning GIs!

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WW1-era Walther Modell 4 Pistol

Ca. 80+% blue/machining, 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), GD bore, WW1 German Military accepted

Nice pistol, all correct, undamaged grips, few nicks and scuffs, been used, Crown/N proofs

Difficult WW1 gun to find!

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Ortgies Deutsche Werk Pocket Pistol

7.65mm (.32 ACP), bluing about 90%, all match, early HO grips before Heinrich Ortgies sold patents to DW and retired

All correct, original finish, couple of tiny dings, scratches to grips, bore VG-EX, mag period and correct

Imported in the 1920s. Nice example of a pretty common pistol in the US!

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WW2 Japanese Type 94 Pistol with Scarce Holster and Rod

Ca. 98+% finish with one matching serial numbered mag, 8 mm, EX bore, all correct, bring-back, no import marks

Nice, nice pistol, rough late-war, deep-dull blue, scant holster wear, overall very nice T.94 rig!

Holster will need a few stitches on side protector but a difficult sidearm to find in excellent condition!

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WW1 1918 Army-issue DWM P08 (Luger)

9mm, all matching except mag (no markings), all parts otherwise have last two "48" of the serial number to include grips.

Bluing about a 85%, some speckles, has holster wear in usual places, bore EX, correctly Imperial proofed and marked.

A very fine wartime Luger and these WW1 sidearms are getting scarce!

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WW2 USGI S&W Victory Model Revolver

.38, phosphate about 99%, Smith & Wesson, US PROPERTY GHD marked, no import marks

All correct, original finish, couple of tiny dings, scratches to grips, bore VG-EX

Hard to upgrade this one!

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WW2 Japanese Type 94 Pistol

Ca. 85+% blue with matching serial numbered mag, 8 mm, VG bore, all correct, legit vet bring-back, no import markings

Nice pistol, rough late-war, splotchy finish, few nicks and scuffs, been carried home, markings highlighted w/crayon (easily removed)

Poor design but difficult sidearm to find!

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Late WW2 German P.27 (CZ.24)

Honest near-mint, Non-import, 99+%, 7.65 mm, WaA, correct grips and mag, excellent bore

No pitting, no damage, no excuses, all matching, overall very, very fine late war P.27!

Maybe the finest we've ever sold!

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WW2 German Mauser "byf 44" P38

Non-import, 90+%, 9 mm, WaA135, "x" block serial number, correct grips and mag, VG-Excellent bore

No pitting, a couple of minor splotchy areas, all matching, overall solid P.38!

All original and just as the vet brought it back!

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WW1 1915 Army-issue DWM P08 (Luger)

9mm, all matching except sear bar (71), all parts otherwise have last two "40" of the serial number. Mag correct, numbered to gun, but looks like a later maybe depot numbering

Bluing about an 95+%, straw better than most, no pitting, has a tad bit of holster wear in usual places, bore EX, correctly Imperial proofed and marked. Solid WW1 DWM!

A very fine wartime Luger and these WW1 sidearms are getting scarce in this condition!

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WW1-era Walther Modell 5 Pistol

Ca. 90+% fine blue/machining, 6.35 mm (.25 ACP), VG bore

Nice pistol, all correct, undamaged grips, Crown/N proofs

Difficult gun to find in this condition!

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WW1-era Austrian Steyr Pocket Pistol

Ca. 90+% fine blue/machining, 6.35 mm (.25 ACP), VG bore, single-shot (you cycle it manually), tip-up design

Pretty scarce little gun and with lots of life yet

Interesting if not too practical design

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WW1 1918 Army-issue DWM P08 (Luger)

9mm, all matching except mag (a few #s off) and left grip (WW2 WaA63 replacement), all parts otherwise have last two "28" of the serial number.

Bluing about an 95%, no pitting, has a tad bit of holster wear in usual places, bore EX, correctly Imperial proofed and marked.

A very fine wartime Luger and these WW1 sidearms are getting scarce in this condition!

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WWII Japanese Nambu T14 with Holster

8 mm chambering unique to this pistol, EX bore, bluing about 97%-very nice! All matching including the mag!Gips VG-EX!

Everything functions tight as it should,holster also VG with paper label inside and original leather shoulder strap

Strong collectable in great condition!

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Late WWII Japanese Nambu T14

8 mm chambering unique to this pistol, VG-EX bore, bluing about 90% with a couple of freckles and streaking on right

Everything functions tight as it should, made by Nagoya Arsenal, ca. 1944, all matching except correct type mag

Overall very solid wartime example!

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WW1 Austrian Steyr Mod. 1916

Austrian Army top-loading automatic, using stripper clips (two included). VG bore. 85% original blue finish. Mechanically complete. Checkered wooden grips. Vienna 1916 proof. Unit marking EK 24 to lower grip strap.

Heavy black leather holster with pocket for spare clip. Ink stamped G.B.A. 1935 (Gendarmerie Bekleidungs Anstalt) Police Supply Agency. Other markings indicate property of State Police of Kärten (Carinthia), City of Klagenfurt.

Not import marked or "08" marked. Many were converted for the P08 Parabellum cartridge. This one appears original in 9mm Steyr. Verify if you intend to shoot. Scarce complete set!

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WW2 Italian Army Beretta M1934

9 mm Corto (.380 ACP), "RE" proofed and IVU marked, SN 798XXX, bluing >90% with wear to sharp edges from holster

Correct period magazine and grips, all-matching, bore VG-EX, manufactured 1941 under Mussolini Regime

A vet bring-back you can carry and shoot!

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C96 Broomhandle Carbine

Would like it to be the real $7500 deal, but this is a well-made but crude copy made from an original C96, bore VG, all functions, Crown/U proofed, detacheable stock

7.65 mm, remants of import mark, everything is tight, bluing about 99%, a hoot to shoot- a great conversation piece and would fill a hole in any collection

C'mon, you know it's cool! Haven't seen another for sale in years!

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WW1-era German DW-Ortgies

98+% fine blue/machining, 6.35 mm (.25 ACP), Crown/N, excellent bore

All matching, great original mag, about the finest Deutsche Werke Ortgies you're ever going to see

Doesn't get much better than this!

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Late WW2 German-Polish Radom P.35

SN U6xXX, Barrel is wartime but doesn't match, otherwise all original to include correct WaA mag. Bluing about 85+%, shows use, some splotching on right slide and late-war hasty machine work

Original medium brown grips VG, Bore VG, plethora of WaA77 and WaA623 stamps and comes with a very serviceable, wartime, ink-marked "bnz P.35(P)" holster!

A neat set for the shooter, reenactor or entry level Radom collector!

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WW1-era JP Sauer 1913

Ca. 90+% fine blue/machining, couple of fleckles (worse with flash), 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), VG bore

Nice pistol, all correct, grip has chip, Crown/N proofs and Made in Germany marked

Pretty nice piece for the type!

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WW1-era Austro-Hungarian Frommer Stop

90+% blue/machining, 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), Hapsburg proofed, excellent bore

All matching, great original mag, nice pressed wood grips

Hard to find a Frommer this old in this condition!

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Late WW2 Italian/German Beretta M1934

7.65 mm (.32 Auto), "4UT" proofed, SN 582XXX, bluing/phos. about 90+% with some browning to rear grip strap and grip screws

Correct period magazine and grips, all-matching, bore VG, manufactured 1944 under German Occupation for the RSI and Wehrmacht

Hard to find condition in this SN series!

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Late end of WW2 Walther PP

7.65 mm (.32 Auto), unproofed, marked only "ac", SN in "p" block, factory m/m, bluing/phos. about 90%

Correct period magazine and grips, bore VG, manufactured in the very last minutes of the war and brought back by the GI

It doesn't get much rougher or later than this!

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Early Imperial Japanese Type 26

9 mm chambering unique to this pistol, VG-EX bore, bluing about 97% with a couple of freckles

Everything functions tight as it should, made by Tokyo Artillery Arsenal

Hard to find early example in very nice condition!

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WW2 German Early JP Sauer 38H

96+% hi-polish blue, 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), Eagle/37, Eagle/N, SN 313XXX, excellent bore

All matching, correct original early mag, original grips, and a bit of holster wear on the high points

Nice vet bring-back and an early one when fit and finish was extraordinary!

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WW2 DWM Rework P08 (Luger)

9mm, made as a commercial Luger in the 1920-1930 period, then overhauled and marked in the National Socialist period by the Magdeburg Depot (Eagle/Mg10) for issue to the Wehrmacht, frame a few thousand sn's off for some reason with same last two "28", the rest all match except magazine, no sn on extractor or ejector.

Bluing about an 85% dull, has some holster wear, bore GD, Crown/N proofed and then National Socialist Firing Proof on toggle, frame, barrel, slide. Also marked S/42 on barrel and E/Mg10 on frame and barrel (so they were all matched up at depot). Grips numbered to gun inside. Toggle also marked "DWM"

An odd one, vet bring-back, non-import, tight action; if this thing could talk! Commercial - Depot Overhaul - Wehrmacht - Captured and brought home by returning GI. Neat variation!

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Very Late WW2 German JP Sauer 38H

No markings except serial number! These pistols were not marketed after WWII so it must have been assembled in the last days or by GIs between May-June 1945

All matching, 95+%, 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), correct original mag, excellent bore, late-WWII with no slide safety, grips have a couple of scuffs but otherwise this is about mint!

Hard to find late-WWII variant with no proofs or WaAs!

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Late WW2 German JP Sauer 38H

90+%, 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), WaA37, correct original mag, excellent bore

All matching, has small blotch on right frame, barely noticeable, grips may well be very good reproduction??

Hard to find late-WWII variant!

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WW2 German Late JP Sauer 38H without slide safety

90+% rough blue/machining, no slide safety, 7.65 mm (.32 ACP), Eagle/37, Eagle/N, SN 506XXX, excellent bore

All matching, some holster wear on the high points and grip straps

No Safety! This baby is late 1945 and rough!

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Very Scarce DWM American Eagle 1906 Parabellum Set

All match, all correct, unmessed with example of Georg Luger's famous offering to the Americans with box and accessories

Pistol rates GD, all #s match, pistol has been used, bluing maybe 70%, some browning, grip straps pretty bare, small chip near safety in grip, Bore VG, functions well.

Comes with spare mag, special KK10 oiler, pin punch and tool, all original to the pistol! Box is old, but not sure if it is as old as the gun?

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WWI-era Mauser "Small Ring" C96 Broomhandle

Bluing turned mostly to pleasing gray-brown patina, not import marked, all parts appear to be matching, grips as well, Crown/U proofed

7.65 mm, tight action without a lot of wear or corrosion inside, bore poor like most, just a 100 year-old gun that's seen a fair amount of use

Probable bring-back or import in the 1920s. Would be a nice shooter or restoration project!

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