J.P. Sauer & Sohn Model 1913

This Old Gun: J.P. Sauer & Sohn Model 1913

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.

This Old Gun: Walther Model 4

Before the Walther PP and PPK became iconic handguns, there was another highly regarded pistol from Walther: the Model 4.

The .32 ACP: History & Performance

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.

What's It Worth—Krausewerk Baby Luger

Because of myriad variations, collecting a complete representation of Georg Luger’s P08 toggle-link semi-automatics can be a daunting task.

I Have This Old Gun: FN Browning Model 1922 Pistol

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.

I Have This Old Gun: Sauer 38H Pistol

When one thinks of ground-breaking double-action pocket pistols, those that probably come to mind are examples from the superb Walther PP series.

Rifleman Q & A: 7.65 mm Or .32 ACP?

A reader inquires about using .32 ACP cartridges in a German 7.65 mm Browning-chambered Ortgies semi-automatic pistol.

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