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Erma Werke Waffenfabrick BEST PRICE ON THIS SITE.LOWERED BUY-NOW


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gashauler
Location (State):
Tenessee (TN)
Tenessee


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WINNER: H******t

HIGH BID: $140.00

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Auction: 9971814

Auction Type:
Basic
NRA Grade:
Good
Current High Bidder:
H******t
History:
1 Bid ($140.00 starting bid)
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Bid Increment:
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Auction Start:
(October 25, 2010 14:40:49 PT)
Auction Ended:
(November 1, 2010 14:40:49 PT)

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Guns For Sale - Erma Werke Waffenfabrick -- BEST PRICE ON THIS SITE.LOWERED BUY-NOW

: Supposedly brought back by a GI after WWII .25 Caliber German Deutsche Werke Ortgies Patent Semi-Auto Pistol Although German, Heinrich Ortgies lived in Liege for several years. There he designed an automatic pistol, patented in 1918. He returned to Erfurt after hostilities had ceased, to begin making the 7.65mm Ortgies pistol. Success was considerable, even in the depressed postwar market, Upwards of 10,000 were made. However, DeutscheWerke (q.v.) of Erfurt made the inventor an offer too attractive to refuse, taking over the patents, stock and tools. Ortgies himself appears to have taken no further interest in firearms. Crown over N smokeless powder proofmarks on the frame and slide. This cute 25 has a very good right hand twist barrel rifling lands. It has the third model slide with the stylized cat medallions on each wooden grip. Wooden grips are excellent the left side has the button release grip safety. This small pistol is very accurate and easily concealable. Blueing is also excellent with 90-95%. Frame under barrel marked GERMANY serial # 64061 of which there were approximately 180,000 of the Cal 6.35 mm (25) about twice that number made in caliber 7.65. Deutsche Werke was a German shipbuilding company founded in 1925 when Kaiserliche Werft Kiel and other shipyards were merged. It came as a result of the Treaty of Versailles after World War I that forced the German defense industry to shrink. The company was owned by the government of the Weimar Republic and its headquarter was in Berlin. Deutsche Werke started building merchant ships but when the Nazi Party gained power in 1933 the production was changed to naval ships. Among the ships built here was the German battlecruiser Gneisenau. Besides shipbuilding Deutsche Werke also produced firearms. Especially known are the so-called Ortgies pistols which were particular popular in the United States. The pistols were developed by Heinrich Ortgies. THIS ERMA IS A LATER VERSION OR COPY OF DESCRIBED HANDGUN.GUN WORKS GREAT.THANKS GAS

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