11/5/20 - This is a fairly rare DWM 7.65mm pistol manufactured between 1921 and 1931. With only around 40,000 produced total, DWM made this pistol and allegedly was sued by Browning for stealing their model 1910 patent. The pistol is a pretty unique piece of history made for commercial use. It has a very early "86" serial number. It has retained roughly 65% of its original finish. There is significant wear around the muzzle and on both sides of the slide. A couple of small areas of wear on the back strap. There are small dings and scratches along the length of the slide. There is spotty oxidation on the slide and both straps. It comes with nice grips that are slightly worn and one period-correct magazine. The bore has good rifling, but there is minor pin-pricking in the grooves.