Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless chambered in .32 ACP. This was one of the Lend Lease guns shipped to England during World War II. Detailed in the pictures are the proof marks, kraft box, wrapped magazines, cleaning brush and instructions sheet.
Erma EMP submachine gun
Designed by Heinrich Vollmer and manufactured by the Erma Werke Waffenfabrik in Erfurt, Germany c.~1930 - serial number 13311.
9x19mm Parabellum 32-round removable box magazine, blowback select fire.
One of the intermediary firearms developed from the Bergmann MP18 to the MP40 series in Weimar Germany.
Webley - Fosbery Revolver
Star Z-45 submachine gun
Manufactured by Star Bonifacio Echeverria c.1945-50′s in Spain.
9x23mm Largo aka Bergmann Bayard, 30 round MP40 or 10 round removable box magazines, open bolt blowback select fire, folding skeleton stock, heat shield and muzzle break.
Basically a better MP40 with wooden furniture.
Luger Parabellum RSD night pistol
Manufactured by Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken AG c.~1942 - serial number 1110T.
7,65x21mm Parabellum tracer rounds, eight-round removable box magazine, toggle-lock short recoil semi-automatic, manual and grip safeties, anodized brass flashlight barrel sleeve with battery slot.
The user’s skin conductivity would bridge the gap between the two brass grip plates, and light up the flashlight attachment through a wire running from a slot on the right side of the frame to the batteries on the barrel sleeve.
These pistols were used by very few officers of the Reichssicherheitsdienst bodyguards during WW2.
Sawn-off Mosin-Nagant M91/30 rifle with SKS rifle grenade launcher, AK-series pistol grip and Burris red dot sight.
7,62x54mmR 5-round internal box magazine, bolt action.
I’m ashamed to say it but I kind of like it, it’s like taking a modern compact gun and replacing everything modern with old wood and steel. Plus come on it’s a Mosin-Nagant who cares if it’s defaced, you can get 5 for 3 at Walmart.
Designed by Hugo Schmeisser c.1916, manufactured by Bergmann Waffenfabrik c.1918-20′s, modified by C.C.Haenel afterward - serial number 5279.
9x19mm Parabellum 20-round removable box magazine, open bolt blowback full automatic.
The Haenel modification gave the MP18 a new double-stack single-feed magazine to replace the complex and heavy Trommel magazine originally designed for Luger P08 pistols.
Despite common belief, this weapon wasn’t immediately banned in the Treaty of Versailles.
M1C Garand sniper rifle
Manufactured by the Springfield Armory between 1943 and 1945, scope mount manufactured by Griffin and Howe, serial number 3495645.
.30-06, 8-round en-bloc clips, M82 2,2X scope offset to the left, MRT leather cheek rest and M2 flash hider.
Steyr MP34 export submachine gun
Developed in secret by Louis Stange for Rheinmetall/Solothurn, then manufactured by Waffenfabrik Steyr c.1929-40 - serial number 1266.
.45ACP 20-round removable box magazine, open bolt blowback select fire, heat shield with bayonet lug.
A few of these finely crafted submachine guns - based on Hugo Schmeisser’s MP18 - were manufactured in foreign calibers to gather military contracts. This one was made for Portugal and its former dominions.
Colt Woodsman 1st Series
Manufactured from 1915 to 1947 by Colt Manufacturing’s company based on a refined concept from John Moses Browning.
.22 LR, 10+1 rounds, removable box magazine, short recoil semi-automatic.
A definitively civilian gun, Browning designed the Woodsman without a grip safety, hammer or other features required by the US army. It is called such because of the obvious potency of the .22 Long Rifle round, well-suited for dealing with bears.
Mauser Flieger Karabiner 15 - airman carbine
Also adopted by the balloon corps as the Mauser Selbstlader Karabiner M1916 - self loading carbine. Designed in the German Empire between 1910 and 1913 by Paul Mauser following his life-long eye-gouging work on semi-automatic rifles. Manufactured in Oberndorf, serial number 492.
7,92x57mm Mauser, 20-rounds removable box magazine, delayed blowback semi-automatic.
Manufactured by Husqvarna Vapenfabrik c.1917 based on the FN Browning M1903 - serial number 35194.
9x20mm Browning Long 7-round removable box magazine, blowback semi-automatic.