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Old 10-29-2013, 04:49 PM   #1
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Default Can anyone identify this pair of guns?

I found these to guns on a bench at my clubs gun range. I have contacted the President of the club and reported. No owner has stepped forward so far.
But, I have researched every gun book I have, plus researched on line and cannot find out who or what about the guns. The only thing is "made in Germany" on the side of the barrel. The guns have consecutive serial numbers. They are single shot .22 LR. and break open.
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:07 PM   #2
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West Germany copy of the Stevens pistol. Imported by Hy Hunter of CA. About $175 a pistol.

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I found these to guns on a bench at my clubs gun range. I have contacted the President of the club and reported. No owner has stepped forward so far. But, I have researched every gun book I have, plus researched on line and cannot find out who or what about the guns. The only thing is "made in Germany" on the side of the barrel. The guns have consecutive serial numbers. They are single shot .22 LR. and break open.
Those things are really interesting.
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C3shooter, your knowledge base is unreal :-). I am going to go out on a limb and say target pistols of some sort?

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Pseudo "dueling" pistols.

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The originals? Made about 43,000 of them. Fairly accurate target pistol.
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The owner may think there is no hope in getting them back. I'd make it well known at the club, that a pair of pistols were found. If you can identify them they will be returned.

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