This gun is up for auction as a parts gun only. We did not test-fire the gun and we would not recommend attempting to shoot the gun in it's current condition. We cannot guarantee that all the components of the gun are present. Parts may or may not be missing from this gun. If we know what is missing we will put it in the description. This gun should only be considered as a parts gun for repairing other guns.
Please Note: The 2nd photo from last at the end of this auction is NOT THE CORRECT GUN, we mistakenly added a picture from one of our other auctions. However, the last photo is correct and was added to show the small size of this gun. Sorry for any confusion.
Here's a Liliput Model 1927 centerfire semi-auto pistol which was manufactured in Germany. These pistols are chambered in 4.25mm caliber and shoot a 12 grain bullet. The bore is rust pitted but still has a small amount of rifling.
The left-side of the slide is stamped "LILIPUT KAL - 4.25" with "Modell 1927" and "Germany" below. There is also what appears to be a Crown over "N" stamped on the left-side of the slide at the rear and on the left-side of the frame above the trigger. A serial number of 6070 is stamped on the left-side of the trigger guard (see photos).
This pistol was originally blue, but over time has lost just about all of it's finish. The gun does show some patina and the is some light rust pitting on most of the metal with the majority of rust being on the barrel and slide (see photos). The pistol originally came with black plastic grips. This one we have here is missing the left-grip. The gun still has it's right-grip, but there's a crack in the bottom of the grip and the top-right corner and bottom-left corner of the grip are broken-off (see photos).
We're not sure if any internal parts are missing, but the recoil spring is either broken or very weak since the slide does not go all the way forward when released. Also, as mentioned above we did not test-fire this gun and it appears that it will not function. Serial #6070. P-3-3.
These guns were manufactured back during the 1920's and even though this one is in a bit rough you might consider it as a parts gun for a Liliput or two you already have.
This gun is up for auction as a parts gun only. We did not test-fire the gun and we would not recommend attempting to shoot the gun in it's current condition
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