4/28/20 - This is an excellent Kongsberg Colt model 1914, manufactured in 1945 and issued to the Nazi Army. According to Jan Still's book, this example was of the last guns of its kind ever manufactured! Colt licensed out production of the 1911 to Kongsberg Vaapenfabrik in Norway, who in 1945 produced less than 1,000 of this waffen variation according to Jan Still's book. These are rare pistols, and this one is all original and correct. The finish rates at 96-97% with minor scuff marks on the slide and frame, and minor hgh edge wear. This particular gun has the original matte blue finish and stained birch grips, which have retained a good portion of the dark stain finish. The gun is 1945 dated, and it is stamped along the left side of the slide "11.25m/m AUT. PISTOL M/1914" followed by the serial number, above which is a crown/K inspector proof. To the left of this stamp is an E/WaA84 nazi proof, showing this gun was delivered to the German occupying forces in Norway. The barrel is numbered to the pistol. Bore is excellent, all parts are original and matching and gun comes with original loop magazine. The grips are excellent. NOTE: The gun was previously listed on Simpson as having an import mark on the edge of the mag well, but no longer has an import mark there. A photo of the area is shown in the listing.