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MATCHING NUMBERS, Korean War & Cold War Era 1952 Russian Izhevsk Arsenal Tokarev TT-33 7.62mm Semi Automatic Pistol. Sn 13691 - 13691
The TT-33 7.62 mm Tokarev self-loading pistol is a Russian semi-automatic pistol developed in the early 1930s by Fedor Tokarev as a service pistol for the Soviet military to replace the Nagant M1895 revolver that had been in use since Tsarist times. The pistols were issued to Russian Officers and were used throughout WW2, the Korean War and the Cold War era. This a very good original example The pistol has its original blue finish & it strips cocks & dry fires. The left side of the frame is stamped ‘1952’ (date) together with numbers nc1631 and triangle with arrow Russian Izhevsk arsenal mark. Its black Bakelite ribbed grips are undamaged & have 5 pointed star ‘CCCP’ embossed roundels. The butt has a fixed lanyard ring. The pistol has fixed fore & rear sights and military ring hammer. Its original magazine is stamped with matching number ‘nc1631’ together with a separate struck out number. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13691
£475.00

RARE, 1914- 1924 American Harrison & Richardson Arms Company 1907 & 1909 Patent .32 Calibre Self Loading Pistol (Webley .32 Semi Auto). Sn 13690 - 13690
In 1905, the famous British revolver-making firm of P. Webley & Scott introduced a series of blowback-operated pistols in .25 and .32 calibers that were designed by William Whiting. The .32 model was adopted by a number of police departments in Great Britain and throughout the empire. After negotiations with Webley in 1909, H&R obtained a license to produce the British firm’s pistols for sale in North America, and in 1912, H&R introduced the Harrington & Richardson .25 Caliber Self-Loading Pistol. While the .25-caliber pistol was almost identical to the Webley design, H&R’s engineers, with the assistance of Whiting, decided that some improvements would make the larger caliber model more attractive to American buyers. First, they substituted a simple internal striker mechanism for the Webley’s cumbersome, external hammer. This provided a smoother, snag-free exterior and also did away with the heavy hammer spring, which made retracting the slide to chamber a round much easier. Also added was a grip safety that blocked movement of the firing pin unless it was fully depressed. In 1914 the Harrington & Richardson .32 Calibre Self-Loading Pistol was released on the market. It possessed the slab-sided, squared-off silhouette; sharp grip-to-frame angle; and exposed barrel common to the Webley semi auto pistols. The pistol had a 3.5-inch barrel and measured 6.5 inches overall. It weighed 20 ounces unloaded. Grips were hard rubber. Manufacture of the .32 pistol continued until 1924, with approximately 40,000 units being produced. During World War II, the U.S. government obtained numbers of nonstandard handguns, and a small number of H&R pistols were among them. According to Dutch arms expert Bas Martens, in 1941, the Koninlijk Nederlands-Indisch Leger (KNIL)–the military forces in the Dutch East Indies–obtained a quantity that were issued as the 7.65mm Pistool H&R. The Dutch national police used others in the postwar years. This is a rare, original H&R (Webley) .32 Calibre Automatic Pistol. It has the correct internal hammer & correct hard rubber chequered grips with embossed combined ‘HR’ roundel grips which are undamaged. The pistol is in very nice original and complete condition. It has a 'v' groove rear sight and a blade foresight. The 8 round magazine is released by pressing a button on the bottom of the frame between the grips, this operates as it should. On the left side of the receiver it has ‘H&R Self Loading Calber .32’ along with number ‘27910’ and ‘Safe’ above the frame mounted safety catch lever. The right side is stamped with Harrison & Richardson Arms Co address and Patent detail (all illustrated). The pistol strips, cocks and dry fires. It is complete with a de-activation certificate and the price includes UK delivery. Sn 13690
£675.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD Cold War Era 1976 Dated West German Bundeswehr 'BW' Military / Police Marked Walther P1 (P38) 9mm Parabellum Calibre, Semi Automatic Pistol. Sn 13624:16 - 13624:16
In late 1963, during the cold war era, the Walther model P1 semi auto pistol, a refined version of the WW2 P38, was adopted for use by the West German Bundeswehr (Germany Military & Police). This is an excellent original Walther P1 Pistol. Its metal work has its original finish. Its black plastic one piece wrap around grip has no damage. The left side of its slide is crisply stamped 'P1' and with walther banner together with calibre detail & 6/76 (June 1976) date. On the left side above the trigger guard it is stamped ‘BW’ (illustrated) indicating issue to the Cold War West German Bundeswehr. The pistol strips, cocks and dry fires perfectly. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13624:16
£0.00

Korean War & Cold War Era 1951 Russian Tokarev TT-33 7.62mm Semi Automatic Pistol. Sn 13624:15 - 13624:15
The TT-33 7.62 mm Tokarev self-loading pistol is a Russian semi-automatic pistol developed in the early 1930s by Fedor Tokarev as a service pistol for the Soviet military to replace the Nagant M1895 revolver that had been in use since Tsarist times. The pistols were issued to Russian Officers and were used throughout WW2, the Korean War and the Cold War era. This a very good original example The pistol has its original blue finish & it strips cocks & dry fires. The left side of the frame is stamped ‘1951’ (date) together with numbers 21-003249. Its black Bakelite ribbed grips are undamaged & have 5 pointed star roundels. The butt has a fixed lanyard ring. The pistol has fixed fore & rear sights and military ring hammer. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13624:15
£475.00

***SOLD***SOLD*** Boxed, Norinco Colt 1911A1 .45 ACP Calibre Semi Automatic Pistol With Accessories. Sn 13624:14 - 13624:14
This is an excellent example of Norinco’s Colt 1911A1 semi automatic pistol. Manufactured to a very high quality they are virtually identical to the original iconic WW2 era Colt 1911A1 US Army pistols. It retains its parkerised type finish. It has grip safety & brown plastic grips. The left side of the slide is stamped '1911A1 .45 ACP'. The right side is stamped 'Exported By Norinco' . The frame has serial number '708120'. The weapon has fixed combat sights and it strips, cocks & dry fires as it should. The pistol is in its original retail foam box with cardboard sleeve which has Norinco labelling and imagery. The box contains the pistol’s original illustrated instruction pamphlet cleaning rod and brush. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13624:14
£0.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD MATCHING NUMBERS, Model 712 7.63mm 'Broomhandle' German Chinese Government Contract Mauser Schnellfeuer Selective Fire Pistol & Wood Holster / Shoulder Stock. Sn 13624:13. - 13624:13
The Mauser, Model 712, Schnellfeuer ( Rapid Fire) was manufactured by Mauser Werk in Germany from 1932 to 1938 (see page 317 of Axis Pistols Vol 2 By Still). It was the fully automatic version of the model 1896. In 1940 Large numbers of this pistol were procured by the Luftwaffe for Motorcycle Messengers and Anti Aircraft Corps. This is nice, original, example of the Schnellfeuer made by Mauser for a Chinese Government contract. It has undamaged metalwork and 12 groove broom handle wood grips. It has a 5" barrel and adjustable rear sight. The right side of the frame features the thumb operated fire mode selector switch. The top of the frame is stamped ' Waffenfabrik Mauser Oberndorf YN' and serial number '3092'. The right side of the frame has Chinese script characters. The underside of the magazine has the Mauser trademark. The pistol strips, cocks & dry fires. Also included is its original hollow wood holster which doubles as shoulder stock with hinged lid with press button release and metal shoulder stock fitting. The wood is impressed with matching number '3092'. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13624:13
£0.00

WW2 1944 Japanese Tank/ Pilot Officers Type 94, 8mm Calibre Semi Automatic Pistol By Nambu Rifle Manufacturing Company Under Nagoya Arsenal Supervision. Sn 13624:12 - 13624:12
The Type 94 was popular with Japanese Officers because it was smaller and lighter than the Type 14. This was especially important for those working in cramped quarters such as tankers or pilots. The pistol designation originates from the fact it was officially adopted in the year 2594 by the Japanese calendar. Like the standard Type 14, the Type 94 fired the standard 8mm Nambu round. The magazine capacity was only six rounds compared to eight for the other, larger pistols. This is an excellent original example of the T-94. The pistol measures 7 ½” overall, has undamaged metal work and correct original black chequered grips. It has fixed sights and correct military lanyard bar. The pistol strips cocks and dry fires. The right side of the frame is date stamped Showa '19.6' which dates it to June 1944 together with Nambu Rifle Manufacturing Company Production under Nagoya Arsenal Supervision manufacturer marks. It is also stamped number '60345'. The left side of the frame has five symbols. The first three are the model/type number (Japanese is read right to left) and translates to "94 Type". The two other symbols are for the safety, the lower one is ka, meaning “fire”, and the upper is an, meaning safe (all illustrated). The pistol is complete with its original 6 round magazine. Price for this rare T-94 WW2 Japanese Officer's pistol includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13624:12
£850.00

MINT, Cold War 1963 German, Walther PPK, 7.65 mm Semi Automatic Pistol With Dummy Silencer. Sn 13607 - 13607
A near mint Cold War dated German Walther PPK semi-auto pistol in 7.65mm. It retains all of its original blued finish and its brown plastic Walther banner grips are in similar excellent condition. The left side of the pistol's slide is crisply stamped with the Walther banner and 'Carl Walther Waffenfabrik Ulm/Do Modell PPK-Cal. 7.65 mm'. The right side of the weapon is stamped with proof/inspection marks and its serial number '164107'. The breech cover has inspection marks and date stamp ‘63’ (1963). It strips cocks and dry fires perfectly. The barrel is threaded for silencer and included is a purpose made, removable, black painted, heavy metal dummy silencer which fits the weapon perfectly. The muzzle of the silencer is holed to give the appearance of an open barrel and it has a screw thread lug at the other end which screws into the barrel of the pistol. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13607
£525.00

WW2 1939 Italian Military (RE), Beretta Model 1934, 9mm Corto (.380 ACP) Semi Automatic Pistol. Sn 13606 - 13606
The Beretta model 1934 is a compact, semi-automatic pistol which was issued as a standard service firearm to the Italian armed forces beginning in 1934. It is chambered for the 9 mm Corto, more commonly known as the .380 ACP. This is a nice original example. It has the correct Beretta monogramed grips which are undamaged and the metal has its original finish with nice patina throughout. The butt is fitted with Military lanyard bar and the weapon cocks & dry fires perfectly. The right side of the slide & frame are stamped with matching serial numbers '781272'. The frame is stamped with 'RE' Crown mark signifying WW2 Italian Military issue and ‘1939’ ‘Crown FAG 39’ military inspection mark. Price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. Sn 13606
£575.00

MINT, Cased, 1969 Cold War Era Heckler & Koch Model 4 (Mauser HSc) 7.65mm Semi Auto Pistol With Adjustment Tool. Sn 11657:6 - 11657:6
The HK 4 semi automatic pistol was first introduced by Heckler & Koch in 1967 making it the first pistol produced by the company. Production of this pistol started in 1968 and continued until 1984. It is thought that the basic design of the HK 4 is based on that of the Mauser HSc. The HK 4 was designated "4" because the pistol had the ability to be modular in four calibres. This means the frame and slide could accommodate 4 different calibres by simply replacing the barrel/return spring assembly and inserting the proper magazine for the calibre of choice. This is a near mint, cased, Heckler & Koch Model 4 in 7.65mm Calibre. The pistol measures 6 ½” overall length. It retains all of its blue finish, has composite grips with HK logos and strips, cocks and dry fires perfectly. The slide and frame are crisply marked with model, manufacturer detail together with calibre detail. It is serial number 14364. The trigger guard is dated ‘69’ (1969). The pistol comes with the weapon's original hard plastic carry case with hinged lid and 2 clip fasteners (The hinges have become detached from the body of the case at some point in its life). The exterior of the lid is impressed 'Mod HK4' with Company address. The removable plastic tray liner of the case is damaged but still useable. The case contains a screwdriver adjustment tool. Price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 11657:6
£645.00
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