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  1. Here a faint copy of an interresting document...

    Here a faint copy of an interresting document belonging Sten MPs and Nagant revolvers with silencers ( Knalldämpfer ) and 7,65mm ammo with poison !
  2. Sorry, but I only saw the shown 9mm P and 7,65mm...

    Sorry, but I only saw the shown 9mm P and 7,65mm cartridges for the CZ 27 with reduced load. They all are stamped with the "X".
  3. This info was given to me. There were the...

    This info was given to me.

    There were the following types of German silencers ( Hauben ) in WWII

    HUB-21 for Russian rifles
    HUB-22 for the English Enfield rifle
    HUB-23 for the 98k
    HUB-31...
  4. 9mm P mit abgebrochener Ladung ( silencer ammo )

    This very rare box with some cartridges was shown on our last collector meeting. It is the 9mm Parabellum cartridge with " abgebrochener Ladung " for silencer weapons.
    The cartridges are only marked...
  5. Thread: PPK Holster

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    Well, it is a PP holster, but I bought this rig...

    Well, it is a PP holster, but I bought this rig about 40 years before here in Germany. A long time before the fakery of leather goods came up here. At that time only a very few were interrested on...
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    Danke dir, Klaus ! Fritz

    Danke dir, Klaus !

    Fritz
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    Thank you very much, Jerry. This holster is...

    Thank you very much, Jerry.

    This holster is not in my possession but a very good friend of mine will be happy on your statement. It saves a lot of money !!


    Best regards from Germany

    Fritz
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    Unknown Navy holster with tools

    Men,

    I need your help.

    Shown here is a Navy holster that raises some questions.

    In my opinion is it a very well done fake because the manufacturer plant "Salamander" produced shoes only.
    ...
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    Here my example of an "officially" holster. ...

    Here my example of an "officially" holster.

    Fritz
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    In my collection is a typical FN HP holster from...

    In my collection is a typical FN HP holster from 1943 but it was built ( convertet ) for a Star B. The FN mag is to thick and will not fit.

    Fritz
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    If you think so, thats your turn, but please...

    If you think so, thats your turn, but please realise that I am living here in Germany since 73 years.

    There is nothing more to say.

    P.S. : bml is the code for Hans Römer, Neu-Ulm and this plant...
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    I absolutly agree with Matt ( MP41 ) and the...

    I absolutly agree with Matt ( MP41 ) and the whole discussion is a little bit strange to me.

    You can clearly see an ink stamp with 5 ore 6 digits in front of the "Bahnpolizei" stamping...
  13. Thread: ID help

    by Fritz
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    Thank you very much, men. Fritz

    Thank you very much, men.

    Fritz
  14. Thread: ID help

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    ID help

    We found this uncommon stamping on a DWM LP08 from 1915.

    Can anybody help us to identify it.

    Any ansswer will be appreciated.

    Fritz
  15. Anthony, Yes so it is. Regards Fritz

    Anthony,

    Yes so it is.

    Regards

    Fritz
  16. Here is my data base on the commercial FN 19/22....

    Here is my data base on the commercial FN 19/22. Sorry, it is in German.

    Fritz

    FN 10/22 „zivile“ Ausführung

    Abnahme Adler/N

    60414
    72609
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    Odd modified P.08 holster

    Shown here is a very curios holster, because modified P.08 holster are relativily rare to see, actually the opposite is to be seen.
    This particular holster saw it's modification during or immediatly...
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    mouser, Your opinion on the LZP-devise...

    mouser,

    Your opinion on the LZP-devise attachement is right ( LZP = Lichtzielpunkt ). The original ultra rare mag is awsome. My congrats !

    Fritz
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    C96 Red 9 with a unknown lead seal

    At our last collector meeting the shown pistol was presented and we wondered what meaning this lead seal could have.

    The pistol is a quite normal C96 Red 9 with an imperial acceptance. There is...
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    Sticky: Well, here we have another German occupation...

    Well, here we have another German occupation model. Very interesting are some facts : Please note the partially crude workmanship inside the slide, frame and slide are accepted by another official...
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    Thank you very much, Keoki7, Fritz

    Thank you very much, Keoki7,

    Fritz
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    C96 unit mark help

    In our museum is located a C 96 with the following unit marking. It seams to be a bit strange, please can you help us to identify it.

    5/8. G.A. 81.

    Garde-Feldartillerie-Regiment, so far so...
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    Mauser 1914 Hanburg police

    Don,

    For your file : # 67861 .

    Best regards

    Fritz
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    Strange Mauser HSc holster modification

    For years a good friend of mine is in possession of the shown reworked Mauser HSc holster with jhg 41 code. Strange enough the holster was reworked twice. As you can see it was first modificated...
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    holster collector and to whom it concerns, You...

    holster collector and to whom it concerns,

    You are wellcome ! We can show the collection to "special" visitors yet. But we are not ready to the time.

    We are near Hannover, Brunswik and...
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    Part 4. - - - Updated - - - Part 5.

    Part 4.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Part 5.
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    Part 3.

    Part 3.
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    Part 2.

    Part 2.
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    Upgrowing H.M.A. Museum

    4 collector friends and me with some supporters are building yet a private military museum, the H.M.A. ( in German: Historische Militär Ausstellung = Historical Military Exhibition ). Almost all...
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    Vaclav, Yes it is a Stenda. At the end of the...

    Vaclav,

    Yes it is a Stenda. At the end of the production sets a big mess belonging the inscriptions. But most interesting for me is, that this particular pistol shows obviously a loading indicator...
  31. Ned, Vac, In the early production run of the...

    Ned, Vac,

    In the early production run of the Gering pistols up to #2500 they used many parts of the Beholla plant, primarily frames. They worked together in a kind of Suhler connection similar to...
  32. Ned, yes, it is such a pistol. "Gering pistols...

    Ned,

    yes, it is such a pistol. "Gering pistols " are very easy to identify. The extractor is always fixed in the finger grooves.

    Fritz
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    Caclav, Thank you very much for the SN....

    Caclav,

    Thank you very much for the SN. Intersting enough the # 73318 is the highest SN of a Stenda registered by me till now. Can you give further information on it ? Is there any inscription on...
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    The stamping on the flap reads "Frorholz" . It...

    The stamping on the flap reads "Frorholz" . It is a very seldom seen German name . This name is typical for the region of Alsace.

    Fritz
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    Joseph, I want to correct you something. The...

    Joseph,

    I want to correct you something. The Leonhardt was produced from 1917 mostly without labels on the frame until 1918 in a run of approx. 8600 pieces . This Variation is often misleading...
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