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Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by JB Books, Jan 25, 2013.
I collect DDR Makarovs....I know it doesn't really count but I'll add a pic shortly.
I have a WWII Vet bring back Walther P38 all matching numbers all stamps intact.
I would say they very much count. German does not mean Nazi.
I've got a K-stamp PPK.
Come to think of it, I guess I don't have enough German pistol milsurps.
beautiful! Why does it say FNH on the slide?
fnh is the German code for the CZ factory. They first had BÖHMISCHE WAFFENFABRIK A.G. IN PRAG on the top of the slide but they did away with this and switched to the fnh code on the side. Here's a good site for info.... http://www.tague.at/pistolen/en_index.htm?/pistolen/pages/en_cz27.htm
I NEED a broomhandle!
Not a mil-surp, but some of you might be interested anyway.
Postwar commercial P-38 with original box, spare magazine, owner's manual, cleaning rod and factory test target, serial numbered to the gun.
I'll try to get some actual German military guns posted pretty soon.
I'm really more of a rifle guy, but I have managed to pick up a few German pistols along the way:
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Top row, L-R: Dreyse 1907, cal. 7.65mm (.32 acp); Mauser WTP Type 1, cal. .25; Mauser C96 "Bolo" cal. 7.63 Mauser.
2nd row, L-R: Walther flare pistol, 1939, cal. 26.5mm; Mauser HSC, cal. 7.65mm; Sauer 38H, cal. 7.65mm.
3rd row, L-R: Mauser Luger, 1940, cal. 9mm; Mauser Luger, 1942, cal. 9mm; Walther (ac) P-38, 1944, cal. 9mm.
Bottom row, L-R: Bundeswehr-issued Walther P-38, 1981, cal. 9mm; Steyr MP-40, 1941, cal. 9mm.
I love the steyr MP-40 that is my dream gun!!! where would one find one if they were interested in finding one?