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strange Lithuanian FN Hi Power GP35 pistol

Article about: This pistol has no serials, no proofingstamps but matching parts... The pillars are placed on the frame, Not on the slidetop Paco

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    Default strange Lithuanian FN Hi Power GP35 pistol

    This pistol has no serials, no proofingstamps but matching parts...
    The pillars are placed on the frame, Not on the slidetop






    Paco

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    similar gun on here some days ago.

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    Hi,
    I contacted Anthony Vanderlinden about this pistol. It appears to be a very rare presample for the military acceptance commision of the Lithuanian Army.
    Apparently, a few samples were made an the final result was the pilars on top of the pistol. Most presamples ware destroid. If not, the Germans putted them back into action. For some unknown reasons, this pistol was spared from this...

    So, i have a question. I'm a licensed collector in Belgium. This pistol should be in a museum in Lithuania. It is an historical artifact, part of there history.
    Can somebody ask there museum that they would like it in there collection? I don't speak the language. Trading or buying is an option. I collect Belgian, American, UK and German Army weapons. Everything with the correct paperwork!
    Thanks
    Paco

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