I think its a very nice, but that's a lot of money to spend on a paper weight.
Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
Hi Jamie, the British proof marks on the barrel are a big drawback as they distract from the gun. Other than that, it looks fine.
Regards to your good lady.
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A few months ago I sold a really tidy 1918 with number matching mag for £1000, this one is a little steep for my mind but not a million miles away.
Thanks for the comments really appreciate it
Quote "Hi Jamie, the British proof marks on the barrel are a big drawback as they distract from the gun". Other than that, it looks fine." I agree with Ade on the British Proofs. Additionally, Only if all number match including the magazine.
That is silly money for what I assume is a deactivated P08.
Expensive paperweight, as mentioned above.
I think it is much more then just a paperweight.
Best regards, Patrick