5/1/18 - This is a superb example of an early, desirable Mauser WTP I pistol, chambered in .25 ACP. It was made in the 1920s and retains over 99% of the original “rust” blue. Excellent grips and bore. These small “vest pocket” pistols became very popular self defense guns following WWI and competed with the likes of Walther #5, Sauer WTM and Browning FN1906 models. Examples in such pristine condition are almost impossible to find.