2/27/18 - This is a very uncommon example of an early Austria-Hungary pistol - a Mannlicher M1905 in near-mint original condition with 96-97% of the blueing present with just a hint of high edge wear and no pitting. These very elaborately made handguns were made from many complicated machined parts and were very labor intensive to produce. They had an integral magazine and had to be fed from the top with stripper clips or individual rounds. Only about 5,000 were made in various configurations and were popular with the army officers who had to purchase their own guns. Excellent grips and bore. All matching numbers.