I just got a Dreyse 1907 .32 from a local gun show iv been looking to pick one up for a while now but never found one for the price I wanted to spend. This one got for 100$ haven't fired yet but seems to function well. I took the gun completely apart and has all matching # on every part.
iv been looking up info on it. and from what i have found out i believe its a older one before the revised versions. it has the notch under the muzzle for take down on the upper frame.
On the left side of the upper frame it has (from top to bottom) Dreyse, Rheinische Matallwaaren&Maschinerfabrik,Abt.Sommerda.
It has the N with the crown on the slide, upper and lower frame. i know that the N means before 1940, the crown is proof fired if I'm Wright. And it has RMF on the grip. so from what i have researched I think its a early model. And if I'm Wright its a German test proof gun?
BUT 2 things I don't know is. all the serial # that iv seen online have 6 numbers. this one has 5? serial # 62457 has it on every marked part. then the mag It came with has numbers as well (top to bottom) top#160, bottom#525 with II next to it. I haven't seen on like that yet.
any ideas? could use the help.