I picked up this nice F.L. Selbstlader "Army" pistol today from a buddy. From what I understand, these pistols are fairly scarce. It is chambered in 7.65 Browning (.32acp), and has the earlier style horn grips. This is a type 2 pistol I believe (closed ejection port). It has about 75% or more of it's original bluing. There is an imperial German proof stamp on the left side of the frame, and the "Crown N" nitro proofs on the right side. Unfortunately the firing pin has been intentionally ground down and is missing the spring. Otherwise it in excellent condition. Anyone have a lead on where to find the firing pin and spring? I would love to shoot it! Yes, I am aware of the potential danger in firing these pistols. For those who don't know, the screw that holds the slide and breech block has a tendency to loosen while firing. When the screw became loose enough, it would allow the breech block to fly into the shooter's face. That was the reason this pistol was not manufactured after 1918! Anyway, that's my find for the day! Let me know what you think.