SOLD - Rare Sauer Behorden - Prussian State Police
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209940 - 13333
10/29/20 - This is a nice example of a rare Sauer Behorden pistol. This is a Sauer Model 1913 issued to the Nazi-era Prussian State Police. This is evidenced by the "Starburst K" marking on the web of the trigger guard. This was the last iteration of this pistol before they switched over to the 38h. They were marketed to and almost exclusively sold to Nazi-era police organizations. They had added safety features, such as the additional trigger safety, making them appealing for police. Very few of these guns were produced. This particular gun has retained roughly 70% of its bluing. Most of the wear is on the back strap. There is also wear around the muzzle. However, there is spotty wear on the entire gun. It comes with very nice grips - just one small crack in the left panel. Also comes with a period-correct magazine. The bore is minty. There is a pin missing from the frame which provides internal support. You can see the recoil spring in the ejection port which means the spring cover is missing. It appears that the signal indicator pin is also missing. The gun is priced accordingly. The gun DOES seem to function fine in spite of the missing pieces, but please have it checked out by a gunsmith before shooting.
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