6/22/21 - This is a very nice example of a Dreyse Model 1907 rig that was originally manufacture in the early 1900's. It was then issued to the Prussian Customs office, which was a precursor to the RFV. The gun is all matching and has a "K.Pr.Z.V. No.1761" marking on the left side of the frame. We believe this stands for Königliche Prueßische Zollverwaltung. The rig comes with a 1937-dated police-style holster and a police-numbered mismatched magazine. The gun has retained about 93% of its original finish. There is wear around the muzzle and a streak of wear on the right side of the slide. Minor pitting near the muzzle and tiny dots of oxidation on the straps. Small ding on the bottom of the frame. Comes with period-correct grips - chip in the right side. Excellent bore - shiny with strong rifling.