Manufactured in China. Hammer fired with a fixed barrel, operating on a simple blowback design with a blade front and no rear sights. With a deep rust blue finish and grooved plastic grips. Features a push button magazine release, fairly uncommon on a Chinese copy pistol. A very unusual collectors item.
Very good with 40% faded original blue finish. The balance having a smooth brown patina. Small areas of edge wear, scattered minor handling marks and light spotting is present. Grips are good with chipped edges and unevenly cut grooves. Mechanically needs adjustment.
An interesting copy of a German Mauser type pistol, most closely resembling the model 1934. With a fixed front and slide notch rear sights. The right side of the slide is marked "ALMAN MAVSR", with the serial number "677676" just rear of the muzzle. Fitted with hand carved horn grips. Very similar to the hand made small arms produced in the Khyber Pass region between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Very good with small traces of original blue finish in protected areas. The balance is a mostly smooth mottled brown/gray patina with areas of light edge wear, scattered small scratches and mild spotting. The grips are good with well defined checkering and some edge chipping. Mechanically fair. Needs some adjustments as the firing pin will not release, or may be absent entirely.
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