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    It's not a sig, but it's a Sauer

    Model 38H bring back from WWII. My Great Grandfather turned out to be a pretty decent liberator.





    .32ACP, Numbered holster, and proper Eagle stampings. Shoots shotgun clays at 50 yards with regularity.

    The lever on the side both cocks, and de-cocks the internal hammer.

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    Awesome

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    That is a great looking weapon.....and thank you to your grandfather for his involvement and contribution during the war!!!

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    Outstanding! It's not often I get to see something like this. I can't remember seeing many of those period my gun collecting travels. That's defiantly a keeper

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    Nice.

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    Now that qualifies as "cool"

    Congratulations and welcome to the forum - I think you'll like it here.


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