We have the Colt Government Auto .45 1911 Pistol a side arm carried by the U.S soldier and always a sought after collection piece.
Germany had the Luger Po8, carried by their soldiers in ww1 and WW2, it too, has remained a popular collection piece.
A locked toggle action bolt feeding 9mm cartridges from a 8-round box magazine. Although German forces were issued with Walther P38’s during WW2 Officers often carried the Luger as a symbol of authority.
“Luger Po8 and Colt 1911’ make a very desirable pair for your Collection of Historical Militaria.
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