J.P. Sauer & Sohn of Suhl is the oldest firearm manufacturer in Germany, having been founded in 1751, has produced all manner of firearms, including self-loading pistols such as the Selbstlade-Pistole Modell 1913.
Before the Walther PP and PPK became iconic handguns, there was another highly regarded pistol from Walther: the Model 4.
In this review, we take a look at the developmental history and performance of the .32 ACP cartridge and some of the handgun designs that use it.
Because of myriad variations, collecting a complete representation of Georg Luger’s P08 toggle-link semi-automatics can be a daunting task.
The efficient FN Browning Model 1910 and its offshoot, the Model 1922 (aka “10/22”), were designed by firearm marvel John Moses Browning and built in Belgium at Fabrique Nationale.
When one thinks of ground-breaking double-action pocket pistols, those that probably come to mind are examples from the superb Walther PP series.
A reader inquires about using .32 ACP cartridges in a German 7.65 mm Browning-chambered Ortgies semi-automatic pistol.