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1936 (Engraved 1941) Presentation Krieghoff.  This magnificent gun is truly a work of engraving art produced by the believed to be Karl Kolb of Suhl for Ernst Wilhelm Hans Bohle, Gauleiter der Auslandsorganisation & SS-Obergruppenfuehrer (3 Star General) in the SS. Found by Charles Kenyon noted Luger author in books & magazine in Bermuda.

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1945 Engraved Presentation Krieghoff  This historical gun was presented by the Krieghoff family (Krieghoff letter included) to Frank Butterfield who assisted the family in moving from the US conquered portion of Suhl before it was turned over to the Russians as part of the Potsdam agreement.

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1920 American Eagle 9mm: This is an extraordinary find with an American Eagle on a 9mm barrel, and the barrel is the 6" (150mm) "Navy" type. Built for sale before the imposition of the 9mm less than 100mm Treaty of Versailles restrictions.  A must have!

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1945 Occupied Krieghoff Issue: In 1945 General Pattons troops occupied the Suhl area and the plants of Krieghoff and Walther. During period of turning over this sector to the Russians that the Americans permitted the manufacture of 254 Parabellums from of the line.  Own a Krieghoff with budget pricing of these rare guns. New


Early 1937 Mauser S/42 Rig w/Lanyard. 1937 Mauser production began with the old DWM parts rust blued and the strawed blue trigger, thumb safety, locking lever and magazine release, Early in production it changed to an all salt blued finish to increase production and reduce costs. This created the rarely seen early 'strawed' version coveted by collectors.  Here is a whole rig, all matching with two magazines proofed tool and lanyard.

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Smith & Wesson Model 422  Built from 1987 to 1996 to be a mid-range target pistol and it turned out to be such a good gun that it drew from the sales of the premier S&W target gun the Model 41.  Step back to an original chance to purchase primo example of this super shooter.

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1921 Krieghoff.  This 7.65mm Parabellum was manufactured (in part) by BKIW in approximately 1921/22 as part of the transition from DWM to BKIW and the adoption of the new transition of serial numbering of commercial Lugers. Recognized by Randall Gibson in The Krieghoff Parabellum as a distinctive variation of the Krieghoff production.

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Police Luger

1941 Mauser Banner Police Eagle L. This is a commercial Parabellum produced by Mauser for the SS Occupying Police units that is marked in the military manner but not with military proofs.  The lone proof is the Eagle L of the German Police.  Extraordinary condition.



41/42 Kü [1941 Dated & Mauser Code]; The 41/42 Mauser frame and toggle is one caught between the transition of the Parabellum in 1931 from the Production Code. This is the legendary Kü apparently assembled by Krieghoff from Mauser made parts after the end of P08 production in 1942

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This is a 1898-99 Transitional Parabellum with a 175mm barrel, un-reinforced rear sight, hatched cut dished toggles,with many of the parts indicating this is a 1898 Transitional Pattern with the intertwined GL on the rear toggle. This amazing, one of one, Transitional Parabellum created before the 1900 adoption by the Swiss. (1563)  1899 Transitional Luger   

1908 Bulgarian1842


"S" Code early 1936 Krieghoff

(1788)  "S" Code Krieghoff  

1941 Chamber dated "41" Mauser by
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1928 Dutch Navy Luger

(1736) 1928 Dutch Navy

1906 Portuguese Navy 1906 Portuguese

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1923 Commercial  (1320)

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This is a detachable flash suppressor designed for the Parabellum in both 9mm and 7.65mm. Designed by the Swiss and shown in the Still's Third Reich Lugers Page 175  Flash Suppressor  See Accessories Accessories

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