A semi-automatic pistol Adler, circa 1906/07
Fine Antique and Modern Firearms | A89s | Live auction | 1043 Lots
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DescriptionCal. 7,25 mm Adler, SN. 1136, matching numbers. Barrel with six-groove rifling, lightly matt bore. Barrel length 87 mm. Magazine for eight rounds. Proof-mark double crown/U. Fixed sight. Blowback action. The top right of the barrel housing with three-line marking "Patent Haeussler / Adlerwaffenwerk / Engelbrecht & Wolff". Original bluing. Small parts unblued. Black hard rubber grips with company sign HMZ (Hermsdorff, Max, Zella St. Blasii). Matching-numbered magazine with long window. Designed by Max Hermsdorff and Haeussler, patented on 22 August 1905, marketed by Adler-Waffenwerke Engelbrecht & Wolff in Zella-St. Blasii. One of the rarest pistols with a total production number of only ca. 100 pieces.
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