6/8/18 - This is a fantastic example of an antique Bergmann No.3, one of the earliest semi-autos made, a few years before Mauser C96 and the Luger pistols were developed. Unfortunately, Bergmann guns were not a commercial success, and as a result very few were made in a couple of different calibers. The bluing rates near 100% but is an excellent restoration, nearly indiscernible from the original. Bore shows some minor freckling throughout. A very rare “monkey tail” magazine charger is present as well. Sharp proof marks throughout. Antique item so no license required.