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Here are some shots of all my home-grown, Chinese pistols. The top two, are the rarest. And as you can see, the 1900 Browning copies are pretty common. The little broomhandle looking one, is very likely Viet Cong. The one by it, with the horn grip, is in a class all by itself. The four on the bottom right, all have Mauser banner markings. Two of the ones on the left, have the same serial number. I hear this is fairly common with these. In the close-up of the black grip, it appears to be plastic. It is however, carved horn. Unfortunately, as these are all hand made, with no two alike, it's hard to find duplicates to upgrade, or barter for other examples. Feel free to ask questions. There is very little info on these, so any discussion might be helpful.
 

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That's nice H. I can't seem to find one of those. Except for the one, with holster, and extra mag., that sold for nearly 2K.
 

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The one that gets my attention is the one that has grips like a 9mm bolo broom handle. But looks to be a tip up single shot and the hammer looks like one from a broomhandle. Interesting none the less. Frank
The single shot "Broomhandle" is most likely Viet Cong mfg. The Chinese made a similar weapon, but it is much larger. Also, the Chinese pistols are usually chambered in 6.5MM Arisaka. This one, is in .30 Mauser.
 
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