A Genuine WW2 German Wehrmacht Issued Pistol
The Sauer 38H or often just H was a small semi-automatic
pistol made in Nazi Germany from 1938 until just after the end of World
Sauer developed the model 38H from their earlier semi-automatic handguns. It was necessary to compete with companies such as Mauser and Walther in the commercial market. However, with the outbreak of the war, most pistols went to various German Miliary Forces & Police Agencies.
Other features included a traditional double-action trigger,
single-column magazine and an action spring surrounding a fixed barrel.
This is a 3rd Wehrmachts-Variation with military-finish and Waffenamt (Eagle) 37 acceptance mark and manual safety-lever.
The 3rd Variation only has a 1 line legend on the left
side of the frame; approx. 30,000 pistols of this variation were manufactured.
The grips are checkered black Bakelite with "SuS"-Logo on left side.
Authorisation requirements: Section 5 or FAC Section
Can be Deactivated to Order