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Pistols - Germany

Bergmann-Bayard M1910

Bergmann secured a contract with Spanish in 1905 for the Bergmann-Mars (aka Model No. 6 or No. 6a), and had contracted with Schilling of Shul to actually do the production run. But Heinrick Krieghoff purchased Schilling, and Krieghoff cancelled the contract with Bergmann.

As a result, product...

Dreyse Model 1907

Dreyse Model 1907 pistols. These pistols were manufactured by both Rheinmetall and Rheinische Metallwaaren und Maschinenfabrik of Sommerda Germany. These pistols were only manufactured in .32 caliber, also known as 7.65mm there is also a 6.35mm Dreyse pistol which, for all practical purposes is...

H&K HK-4

The HK-4 was the first pistol to emerge from the now famous German company Heckler & Koch. HK-4 was the brain child of the Alex Seidel, one of co-founders and master minds of Heckler-Koch, and a former Mauser employee. During his years at Mauser Seidel participated in development of several pisto...

H&K P2000

The P2000 is the latest HK pistol, a derivative of the USP Compact, intended for police use. It is available since 2001.

The P2000 is a recoil operated, locked breech pistol, with modified Browning High Power style barrel to slide locking, and with buffering built into the recoil system, simi...

H&K P9 / P9S

The P9 pistol was designed by the famous Heckler-Koch company during the first half of the 1960s. After much testing and prototyping, which even included a selective-fire pistol with detachable shoulder-stock, the mass production of semi-automatic P9 began in 1969. Not many of single action P9 pi...

H&K PSP P7 / P7M8 / P7M13 / P7M10

The Heckler & Koch company began to develop a new selfloading pistol with compact size and enhanced safety features in about 1971. After several years of prototyping and experiments, HK finally brought out the PSP (Polizei Selbstlade-Pistole in German, or Police Selfloading Pistol) in 1976. It wa...

H&K UCP

The Ultimate Combat Pistol (UCP) is the most recent development of famous German company Heckler und Koch. The development of UCP has been started on request from Bundeswehr (German Armed forces) in 2002 or 2003, and this pistol is intended to become a companion to HK MP7 Personal Defence Weapon,...

H&K USP

The HK USP (Universal Selbstlade Pistole in German, or Universal Self-loading Pistol), was initially designed in 9mm and .40SW chamberings and appeared on the scene in 1993. The guns was designed from the scratch as a .40SW pistol, and the 9mm version differs only in the barrel and magazines.
Al...

H&K VP 70

The VP 70 pistol is quite unique, being well ahead of its time in some respects, and while it did not catch the military or civilian market, it set the marks for the many more sucessful followers. The VP-70 (Volks Pistole model 70) had been developed by HK around 1968, and the production began in...

Langenhan

The Langenhan was a German semi-automatic service pistol developed for the German army with which it was in service from 1915 to 1919. The Langenhan was chambered for the 7.65 mm Browning cartridge which it took from an 8-round magazine. The Langenhan had a 105 mm barrel and had an unfortunate te...

Mauser 1910 / 1934

The Mauser M1910 was a German semi-automatic military pistol that saw service during the Great War as an officer`s pistol and again in the Second World War, being in service from 1914 to 1934 and again from 1939 to 1945 in a slightly modified form as the Mauser M1934. The Mauser M1910 was origina...

Mauser C-96

The development of the C-96 began in 1893 or 1894. Most work had been done by the Federle brothers, who worked for the Mauser company. Final design appeared early in 1895 and had been patented by Paul Mauser. Production began in 1896. The C-96 had been offered for the German Military but failed. ...

Mauser HSc

The Mauser HSc pistol was developed by famous Germany arms company Mauser circa 1937. HSc is an acronym of Hahn-lSelbstlspanner pistole ausfurung C, or selfcocking-hammer pistol, model C (models HSa and HSb were prototypes only). This compact pistol was intended for civilian and police market and...

Mauser Model 80SA

The Mauser 80SA is a German copy of the Browning High Power semi-automatic pistol produced in the early 1990`s. It is a single-action pistol chambered for the 9 mm Parabellum cartridge which it takes from a 14-round magazine.

Mauser Model 90DA

The Mauser 90DA is a German copy of the Browning High Power semi-automatic pistol produced in the early 1990`s. It is a double-action pistol chambered for the 9 mm Parabellum cartridge which it takes from a 14-round magazine. The 90DA is almost identical to the Mauser 90SA except for the double-a...

Pistole Parabellum 1908 (Luger)

The Pistole Parabellum 1908 or Parabellum-Pistole (Pistol Parabellum) — is a toggle-locked recoil-operated semi-automatic pistol.

The design was patented by Georg J. Luger in 1898 and produced by German arms manufacturer Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) starting in 1900 wit...

Sauer M1914

Widely used by European police forces until the end of World War II and also sold commercially. Similar to the M30 model

Sauer M30 `Behorden Modell`

The Sauer M30 was a German semi-automatic service pistol used by various European police forces from 1930 until the end of the Second World War. The
Sauer M30 was chambered for the .32 ACP cartridge which it took from a 7-round magazine and had a 77 mm barrel.

Differs from the 1914 model by ...

Schwarzlose 1908

The Schwarzlose 1908 was a German semi-automatic blow-forward operated service pistol introduced in 1908. The Schwarzlose 1908 was produced in 9 mm calibre, took a 6-round magazine and had a 121 mm barrel and fixed sights.

Walther P38 / P1

By 1931, the German army had already began their search for a new standard service pistol to replace the aging and costly P08 Parabellum, better known as the "Luger". Fritz Walther saw an opportunity for his company and immediately began working on a series of designs that would ultimately lead ...

Walther P5

The Walther P5 had been developed in 1979 on request by German Police for safe police sidearm. Basically, it is a further development of the famous Walther P-38 pistol, but with significantly improved safety system.

The P5 is a recoil operated, locked breech semi-automatic pistol. The barrel ...

Walther P88

The P88 had been developed by Carl Walther Waffenfabrik, Germany, in 1988, as a high capacity, military and law enforcement pistol. The production of the P88 had been ceased in 1996, and it had been replaced in production by P88 Compact, which is somewhat lighter and a little bit smaller, and hav...

Walther P99

The design of the P99 was initiated in 1994, and a handgun was presented in 1996. The main goal was to develop new, modern style police and self-defence handgun that incorporates all latest developments and will cost less than its predescessor - Wapther P88, that did not achieve any significant c...

Walther PP

The Walther PP (police pistol) series pistols are blowback-operated semi-automatic pistols.
They feature an exposed hammer, a traditional double-action trigger mechanism, a single-column magazine, and a fixed barrel which also acts as the guide rod for the recoil spring. The series includ...

Walther PP Super

The Walther PP Super pistol came into existence circa 1972, as a proposed service handgun for West German police. At that period, German police looked for a new standard handgun and ammunition, to replace obsolete and underpowered pistols then in service. During the early 1970s there was m...

Walther PPK

The Walther PP (police pistol) series pistols are blowback-operated semi-automatic pistols.
They feature an exposed hammer, a traditional double-action trigger mechanism, a single-column magazine, and a fixed barrel which also acts as the guide rod for the recoil spring. The series includ...

Walther PPK-L

The Walther PPK-L In the 1950s, Walther produced the PPK-L which was a light-weight variant of the PPK. The PPK-L differed from the standard, all steel PPK in that it had an aluminium alloy frame. These were only chambered in 7.65mm Browning (.32 ACP) and .22 LR because of the increase in ...

 

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