8/27/20 - This is one of the finest examples we've encountered of the Roth-Steyr M1907. Adopted by the Austro-Hungarian Army in 1907 and manufactured by Osterreichische Waffenfabrik-Ges in Steyr, Austria, from 1907 to 1914. The pistol functions with a locked breech, rotating barrel action. Features a double action trigger, knurled cocking piece, fixed blade and notch sights, and the second variation frame with the disconnector pin. The top of the barrel is marked "Fegyvergyar Budapest," and the rear of the frame is marked "W.n/eagle/11". The pistol is all original with about 99% blue remaining, as there's hardly any actual bluing loss but there are a few minor areas of oxidatino. Minty bore and excellent grips.