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  1. Yes all matching. bore is excellent.
  2. $2500 or best offer call or text Tony 443-201-3088
  3. One mag, i never fired it. Are you local to look at it?
  4. I HAVE ONE FOR SALE, I BOUGHT IT IN 1981 BRAND NEW AND FIRED IT 3 TIMES. CALL ME OR TEXT TONY 443-201-3088 I NEED
  5. BRAND NEW D.G.F.M. - (F.M.A.P) 1927 Pistol 45 ACP, $895 OR BO CALL OR TEXT TONY 443-201-3088
  6. Ballester-Molina 'Ejercito Argentino' Semi-Automatic Service Pistol; 1945 Hafdasa Production/Argentine Army Issue; .45 Acp This is a fine example of Argentina's outstanding Ballester-Molina pistol...a design combining elements from the Colt 1911A1/Sistema Colt 1927 and the Spanish Star line, the Ballester-Molina was adopted by the Argentine army in 1938, purchased in limited number for issue to British agents during WWII, and is today regarded by many as one of the finest .45 Auto pistols ever made. This Second World War-era pistol was manufactured by Hafdasa in 1945 and remains an unusually nice example. Having standard features, the gun is composed of matching numbered part, and displays a generous amount of original finish on the frame and slide, with factory blue at 80%, neither rust nor notable pitting is present. $600 OR BO CAL OR TEXT TONY 443-201-3088
  7. GREAT CONDITION $400 OR BO Ortgies pistols were made by Herman Ortgies of Efurt, Germany in the 1920's. These pistols were constructed based on Ortgies patents issues on various dates in 1916 and 1918 which covered the barrel mounting, the method of attaching the grips and the discomnector (which allowed only one shot to be fired per each pull of the trigger) Some 10,000 were made by Ortgies before Deutsche Werke of Efurt purchased the patents, stock and tools, circa 1924, and continued to make the Ortgies pistol through the 1920's and 1930's. Pistols made by Ortgies had as monogram "H" and "O" on a metal stud inlet in to the grip panels. Deutsche Werke changed the monogram on the grip panels to a ornamental "D" formed by a mythical animal with a long tail curling over its head. Ortgies pistols were made in 6.35 mm (.25ACP), 7.65 mm (.32 ACP) and 9 mm Kurz (.380 ACP). The pistols are virtually identical except for size. These are "exceptionally neat and tidy" in appearance and were widely exported, particularly to the U. S.
  8. BRAND NEW NEVER FIRED After approximately 2 million P38s were produced, Walther’s final evolution of the P38 was the P4. In the P4, Walther fixed all the idiosyncratic problems of the P38: the top cover taking flight, slide internals, fixed sight issues, manual safety either decocks too early or not at all, etc. Most noticeably the barrel was shortened by .59”, the locking block was made of a stronger material than previously and to its recess in the aluminum alloy frame was added a steel insert. The P4 is the way Walther should have designed the P38 originally, if the Wehrmacht had let them. Only 7400 P4 models were produced before all Walther P38 production ended. Virtually all went to the German Police - except for the last 451 which were imported by Interarms – designated “P38 IV” instead of P4 to differenciate as a US gun. The P38 IV pistols were shipped by Walther without a serial number on the frame (presumably German law was satisfied by the s/n on the slide). This was not discovered by Interarms until some while later, and the remaining guns were sent out to have the numbers engraved on the frame by panagraph machine. The number consequently looks very neat, and was cut through the anodizing, so the numbers are bright in the bottom. ** This P38 IV is one of the group that DID NOT get receiver or barrel lettering and the s/n is on the right side of the slide only. Receiver has some small proof marks but no lettering. Walther P38 production ended in 1982, the same year as this gun. The last serial number was 607,419. This gun is 607,180. Total German P38 production …….. 2 Million P38 P4 production............................ 7400 P38 IV Imported to U.S…………….. 451 P38 IV without frame markings…… unknown $975 OR BEST OFFER TONY CALL OR TEXT 443-201-3088
  9. ALL MATCHING GERMAN LUGER, ERFURT DOUBLE STAMP 1915. IT WAS CHROMED $1500 OR BEST OFFER. BUYER PAYS ALL TRANSFER FEES AND SHIPPING. CALL OR TEXT, TONY 443-201-3088
  10. Rodney, we spoke already, correct?
  11. Thank you Sam, not sure what the heck im doing, Ill fix.