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Dreyse Model 1907 Semi-Automatic 7.65mm Pistol

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S# 119025 // Condition: Moderate/Good with Around 50% blue finish, with obvious wear, spotting, and some slight pitting in places, good mechanicaly functions // S# 119025 stamped in several places // Comes with one 7rd. Magazine // Chambered in 7.65mm (.32 ACP) // History: The Dreyse Model 1907 is a semi-automatic pistol named after Nikolaus von Dreyse, the designer of the Dreyse Needle Gun. The Waffenfabrik von Dreyse company was acquired by Rheinische Metallwaren & Maschinenfabrik Sommerda in 1901, although the Dreyse Model pistols were marketed under the Dreyse name. It was developed by Louis Schmeißer for the company "Rheinische Metallwaaren- und Maschinenfabrik Actiengesellschaft Abt. Sömmerda" and was launched in 1910. A total of about 250,000 pieces were produced between 1910 and 1919, the serial numbers of the pistol are from 1 to about 251xxx. The cessation of production was a direct consequence of the Treaty of Versailles, which put the production of "militarily usable" pistols under strict control. In addition to its use as a police weapon, the pistol was also approved in the First World War as a replacement weapon for officers and "officer servants". In 1915, about 100,000 of these pistols were procured by the German military and issued to back services and troop units in the home to alleviate the acute shortage of Luger P08 pistols. Austria-Hungary also bought Dreyse pistols for its military during the First World War. The Dreyse Model 1907 pistol is a very reliable weapon despite its rather unusual appearance. It is a pistol with an unlocked lock and firing pin lock. Lock and barrel are designed as a unit and can be folded up by simply unlocking. On the left side of the grip, there is a lanyard hole. The pistol has a signal pin, which emerges when its cocked and thus reveals the clamping state. The finger grooves attached to the front of the carriage are directed vertically downwards for most weapons.

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Dreyse Model 1907 Semi-Automatic 7.65mm Pistol
Dreyse Model 1907 Semi-Automatic 7.65mm Pistol
Lot number: 19
Seller: Poinsett Auction & Realty, Inc.
Event: Largest Gun, Military & Knife Auction of the Year!
Ends: Saturday, December 7 | 3:00 PM  Eastern

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