Here is a very clean WWII collectors piece. In 1941 the German government ordered 85,000 pistols chambered for 7.65mm to be used by the Luftwaffe...the "jhv" was the German code which designates the Hungarian company produced them. These German models pistols have a manual safety which is not found on the Hungarian models and they also have the Waffenamt acceptance/proof marks on the left side of the frame just above the front of the trigger guard and on the left side of the slide. The bluing is original with signs of wear on all the edges, the serial number matches the barrel, frame and slide... one magazine, original grips which are not cracked. Only a few light marks. Bore is very good...bright, shiny, no pitting, rifling very distinct. Overall a very clean collectors caliber handgun. Most of these I have seen are pieced together and all rusty and crusty. This is part of history...don't let this one walk away for a few bucks. No box or paperwork, pa residents to pay sales tax. C&R license ok.
Here is a very clean WWII collectors piece. In 1941 the German government ordered 85,000 pistols chambered for 7.65mm to be used by the Luftwaffe...the jhv w
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