Here is one of the cleanest Femaru 37M (Hungarian) pistol I have seen in many years. The M1937 Femaru in caliber 9mm Kurtz (.380) was adopted by the Hungarian Army in 1937 and manufactured by Femaru-Fegyver-es Gepgyar R.T. Budapest, from 1937 to about 1941. This pistol is a vet bring back and has no import marks. It retains a conservative rating of 98% of the original finish and is in excellent shape. The grips do not have any cracks in them and are in excellent condition. The left grip does have 8 small dots that has been lightly put on the bottom of the grip. I guess the soldier’s lucky number was eight. The bore is mirror bright! It does come with a holster, that is in excellent condition with no loose stitching. This would make an outstanding addition to any W.W.II collection. Buyer pays $15.00 shipping and insured amount. Money order or bank cashiers check accepted. Must be shipped to a F.F.L./C&R dealer for transfer. F.F.L or C&R needs to be signed in any other color than black ink. U.S. sales only, no exports. High bidder must e-mail requested information within 3 days of auction end, and payment must be received within 10 days, unless prior arrangements have been made. Thanks and good luck!
Here is one of the cleanest Femaru 37M (Hungarian) pistol I have seen in many years. The M1937 Femaru in caliber 9mm Kurtz (.380) was adopted by the Hungaria
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