9/6/18 - This is a Dreyse M1907 with the original capture document! The original finish is about 80% with some thinning and surface oxidation throughtout. The pistol comes with a CZ 27 holster from the WWII era, and the original bringback papers. There is also a photocopy of the document, as it is folded up and has some tears. The document states the pistol was brought back by Pfc Peter Zelznak in October of 1945. The Dreyse Model 1907 is a semi-automatic pistol designed by Louis Schmeisser. The gun was named after Nikolaus von Dreyse, the designer of the Dreyse Needle Gun. The pistol had an interesting feature for the time: when the gun was ready to fire, the firing pin projected through the back of the breech block, serving as an early handgun-cocking indicator. It was produced from 1907 to 1915. The caliber is 7.65 and was later made in 9mm.