298. Danish M/49 Semi-Auto Pistol by Sig

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serial #25047, 9mm, 4 3/4" barrel with an excellent bore. Adopted in 1949 by the Danish military, the surplus guns were bought up by Hammerli and later sold in the U.S. through D. S. Arms. The metal surfaces of this non-importer marked pistol retain about 99% later applied arsenal grade Parkerized finish with a few scattered light handling marks. The checkered synthetic factory grips rate very good. These pistols were nearly identical to the Swiss Model 47/8 or what we know as the P-210. They feature a serrated ramp front sight dovetailed into the slide, "U" notch blade rear sight also dovetailed into the slide, frame mounted manual safety, magazine disconnect safety and typical European heel style magazine release. This gun has the "[crown]/FKF" (Danish Forsvarts Krigsmaterial Vorvalting aka War Materials Administration) and "SIG in a [circle]" markings on the slide plus the barrel and slide are numbered to the gun. The pistol includes a nice reproduction box with gold lettering made by Hammerli when they bought up the surplus guns, a set of commercial checkered walnut grips that rate excellent, (3) magazines, green Danish "HTK" marked canvas holster in excellent condition with second generation snap closure, Sig P-210 manual, technical information on the M/49 in German, six pages of laminated information on the Danish M/49 in English and several e-mails concerning the M/49. This pistol has the same oily smooth feel the P-210's are famous for and will make fantastic addition to the military collection as they are not often seen. (88805-20) {C&R} (2000/3000) SOLD FOR $3,220.00

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