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    I have a few that are verifiable WWII handguns, mostly German.

    A 1941 Walther manufactured P38:


    Two JP Sauer 38h; one made in 1941 and the other in 1942. The one made in 1941 later also served as a post war VoPo pistol in East Germany:
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    also a 1943 Singapore Police contract Webley model IV in 32/200:
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    Remington Rand with Type-II slide address. Still in Du-Lite blue.







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    I only have one —————from April 30,1941. Pete

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    Colt Official Police, sent to the General Electric turbocharger aviation plant in Lynn, MA, during the weeks which the first top-secret jet engine project was established in the U.S.






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    I have many WW2 pistols. Here are several of my favorites.

    Remington Rand 1911A1 A.jpg

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    Smith & Wesson Victory Model B.jpg

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    Well, I still don't have it with me.

    But it's mine alright.

    Not a "real" WWII pistol. It started being issued in 1924 in Czechoslovakia. But they ended up in German service.

    From CZ a vz. 24 made in 1937(seller's photo).

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    Of the WWII pistols I own, I think one of my favorites is my gold plated, pearl grip, engraved 4.25mm Liliput. It reminds me of Hitler's gold plated, pearl grip, engraved 7.62mm Liliput.
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    This is a rare bird: A pre WWII CZ vz. 27, "acquired" by the Germans and put into service with the Deutsche Reichsbahn. One of about 5,000.
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    ....and a 1943 Toriimatsu Type 14.
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