1742. German Military-Accepted Walther Model 4 Semi-Auto Pistol

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serial #141498, 32 ACP, 3 1/2'' barrel with a mostly bright very good plus bore showing a few small spots of light oxidation and strong rifling throughout. The metal surfaces of this pistol retain perhaps 40% original blue thinning throughout with large areas toning to gray patina scattered throughout, a few moderate scratches and small spots of light pitting here and there. The safety and trigger bar still retain some faint remnants of fire blue. The black checkered horn grips with ''CW'' logo remain in very good plus condition showing a few small dings, some scattered thin aging cracks and mild warping of the left panel. All of the markings are still clearly visible, the gun is marked with ''(Crown) / N'' commercial proofs along with a ''CR'' on the left side triggerguard, ''(Crown) / A'' on the right side frame and a clear Imperial German military acceptance mark on the left side slide. The slide is matching the frame and one matching magazine is also included numbered ''98'' on the floorplate. The pistol seems to function well mechanically and is a solid example of a scarce military-accepted piece. (138952-40) {C&R} [Former Warren Buxton Collection] (400/600) Sold For 460.00

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