relatively unknown Russian smallbore pistol, factory nickel plated, very handy, proof 2001, condition 3.
relatively unknown Russian smallbore pistol, factory nickel plated, very handy, threaded muzzle, proof 2001, condition 3.
Due to flash rust on the right of the slide only condition 3, otherwise 2. proof 1975, in original box.
Italian classic from the "Cheetah" model series, proof 1990, condition 3.
long barrel version, proof 1963, condition 2-3.
Small series (500 items) of the 1911 Government made for Italy in this unusual calibre, as 9 mm Luger as military cartridge was prohibited for civil use. Italian proof 1983. Skeletonised trigger, grip...
Early CSR-pistol, predecessor of the CZ 27. CSR acceptance 1923, spotty original finish. no valid proof - rare collector's piece. Interesting, as the calibre designation on the slide is "9 mm N" (9 mm...
Almost mint arm in original box with all accessories, proof 2007, condition 2-3.
with original box & 2 spare magazines
black varnished Version, proof 1985, condition 3.
almost mint arm, proof 1983, with manual, condition 2-3.
black varnished Version, Hogue rubber grips, proof 1995, condition 3.
In original box (foam deteriorates) with spare magazine, proof 1993, condition 3.
brand new arm in original box with all accessories, Sickinger-Holster, proof 2018., condition 1.
proof 1970, condition 2-3.
colour hardened receiver, proof 1970, condition 2.
proof 1972, in original box with Holster, condition 3.
old German Nitro proof "crown above N", matching numbered, on the left with acceptance "W-n eagle 17", see MÖTZ /SCHUY, Die Weiterentwicklung der Selbstladepistole I S.39ff. auxiliary arm in Austria H...
clone of the Walther P38 in .22 lr, German proof, condition 3.
Hungarian proof, condition 3.
PP clone Hungarian in .380 ACP, aluminium gripframe, proof 1968, condition 3.
heavily used, with spare magazine, right grip cracked, Belgian proof, condition 3-4.
original condition, marked "LGK K 0565" for Landesgendarmeriekommando Vorarlberg with internal number, also on magazine. see MÖTZ/SCHUY, Weiterentwicklung I, S. 374ff. condition III.
target pistol with anatomic wooden grips, partially adjustable, Belgian proof. condition 3.
barrel not matching numbered, acceptance "eagle above WaA 105", only a little spotty original finish, no valid proof, condition II-III.
reworked condition, old Belgian and Viennese proof of 1912, matching numbered. condition III.
magazine not original, magazine release altered, otherwise condition III. no valid proof.
no valid proof, condition 3-4.
no valid proof, condition 3-4.
heavily used, Belgian proof, condition IV.
no valid proof, partially patinated, condition IV.
good original condition, on the right spotty, Belgian proof, condition III.
brand new arm with lanyard loop in original box with manual and cleaning rod,
rather used model 1906, no valid proof, condition III. with contemporary pistol case.
match pistol with anatomic wooden grips and mounted barrel weight with another 3 weights, Belgian proof. condition 3-4.
Austro-Hungary ordnance pistol, acceptance Budapest 1918, good original condition, magazine missing. condition III. see MÖTZ /SCHUY, Vom Ursprung der Selbstladepistole S. 634ff.
In original box with manual and spare magazine, proof 1994, condition 3
proof 1993, condition 2.
proof 1989, condition 3.
mint G19C in original box with 2 spare magazines (1 with 2 rounds extension), loading tool, manual and cleaning kit, proof 1997, condition 2.
typical gallery or garden around 1900, 24,5 mm heavy, rifled octagonal barrel, signed "crown above JA&C", Warnant action. No proof, condition III.
Hungarian PP clone, Hungarian proof, condition 3-4.
Hungarian PP clone with aluminium grips, proof 1967, condition 3.
brand new, heavy service pistol in original box with manual and cleaning rod, Belgian proof, condition 1.
clone of the Glock in .22 lr, long barrel version with compensator, proof 2010, condition 2.
pistol with interesting action as commercial version of the Finnish army model. Made after WWII ca 2.000 items. Top of receiver signed "VALMET L-35", in Finland only about 8.000 items made, the Swedis...