Lot 307. Mannlicher model 1901, Prussian test weapon

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Auction date:30.03.2020   10:00 UTC +02:00
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Lot 307Mannlicher model 1901, Prussian test weapon
Caliber 7,63 mm Mannl., No. 111, Number Are The Same. Bare run, length 140 mm. Eight shots. Shuttle from brass. Without fire, not fire certificate. To the right of the run root small Imperial acceptance crown/got. M. to the left of the lock case marked "Waffenfabrik / Steyr", on the right " 1. / System / Mannlicher". Complete, original bluing, minimal wear track on the lock housing. Keypads-polished white. Dark walnut grip with fine checkering. Strap eyelet.In Gun collector's Digest 4th, p. 183, writes Joe Schroeder: A civilian model with a large number 9, the German military stamp, possibly a military test model. Mötz/Schuy write that in Prussia comparative tests with Mauser C-96 and Luger were held. In the spring of 1902 15 of the Mannlicher pistols were. As non-interlocked, provided for officers. Condition: I -

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