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BRIEF: German Ortgies \"\"Vest Pocket\"\" Auto, Cal. 6.35mm (25 ACP).
Used during WW-II. A an extremely advanced architecture in the day.Patented through Heinrich Ortgies in 1916-18 yet only made in quantity after WW-I.VThe larger bore pistols started 1919 when the 6.35mm walk not begin till 1921. VDistinguished by a Grip safety that just extends back if cocked, does no spring back when pressure is relaxed & have the right to only it is in unlocked by a button over the left fixed which doubles together a stripping catch.This pistol, although straightforward and inexpensive, was extremely efficient. This suggest was proven adequately during all shoot competitions in 1921.The caliber 7.65mm won much more than 70% of all prizes.And, at the championship shoot competition in ~ Halensee, Germany ~ above September 26, 1921, the Champion, Mr. Janich, provided an Ortgies pistol.CONDITION: EXCELLENT. Ortgies pistols to be European \"\"rust blued\"\". 98+% bluing, just thin on several of the spicy edges & a little on the muzzle.Bore is good but a small bit dark with strong rifling.YEAR that MFR: c1922 (mfrd native 1920 to 1924)SERIAL#: 86701MATCHING: YESMARKS: ALL equivalent - NO import MARKSLeft the slide: \"\"Deutsche Werke:, logo (stylized D in a circle, \"\"Werk Erfurt\"\"Right the slide: \"Ortgies Patent\",Top right of slide: \"N\" with crown over it,Front guideline of structure under slide: \"86701\",Barrel: \"86701\",Slide (inside): \"86701\",Bottom that magazine: logo Stylized D in circle, \"Cal 6.35\",Chamber showing thru ejection hole: proof:\"N\" with crown above it,Right frame at peak right of grip: proof:\"N\" v crown over it,Both grips have Logo Stylized D in circle in gold color.CLIP/MAG: Original, nickel plated, significant with \"\"D\"\" logo and \"\"cal 6,35\"\"GRIPS: Original, really nice wood v a gold \"D\" logo design (unique in the Ortgies style did not require grip screws).SIZE: 135mm overallREMARKS: The smaller 6.35mm \"vest pocket pistol\" (baby brother) variation of the 7.65mm (.380ACP) & 9mm Short. They every look the same, have the same proportions & have serpentine logo on grips yet they are various sizes.The Ortgies was really well made tiny gun, and was quite well-known in both Europe and also America. It had actually American importers, and was a an excellent seller right here too but few were actually carried in therefore they room SCARCE here.This is a really NICE GUN. And, it would make a exorbitant \"Vest Pocket\" or \"Purse\" gun.One native of warning: The Ortgies is perhaps the hardest gun to reassemble ever made, unless you know the \"\"secret\"\". If you understand how, it\"s not as well difficult.(See https://www.thefiringline.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=45827&highlight=ortgies)The original finish is a \"\"soft\"\" rust blue, specifically like the Lugers the the exact same era. Due to the fact that rust bluing involves swabbing the link on the outside, rather than dipping the gun in a tank, the external is blued while the inside remains in the white.To eliminate the grips, look right into the earlier of the magazine well and an alert what looks favor a flat plate around 1/2 customs long. Press this in (toward the rear of the gun) through a screwdriver and also the grips will come off. Carry out NOT PRY the grips; you will certainly break them.To replace grips, hook the front finish into the frame, then push the capture again and also let one grip drop right into place. Release the catch. You might want to perform this with one fixed while watching indigenous the various other side prior to trying it through both grips.HISTORY: an initial guns made at his own plant - Ortgies Co., Erfurt, beginning in 1919. Soon after manufacturing started Ortgies died. Production resumed in ~ Deutsche Werke Aktiengesellschaft with a Berlin resolve (D.W.A .Berlin).Then, manufacturing was moved to the Erfurt address.Approximately 185,000 that the 6.35mm pistols were produced in complete - every at the Erfurt address.It is believed that very few of the 6.35mm pistols to be imported right into the USA or into countries other 보다 the main European area - therefore they are SCARCE here.There were 3 (3) different series of markings of which this gun is the 3rd series (serial#s from ~27,000 come ~183,000).Exceptionally practiced & tidy appearance guns, extensively exported in 1920s & 30s, especially to USA. 6.35, 7.65mm & 9mm Kurz/Short (.380ACP) models were made, every proportionally larger. FEATURES: 1) Smooth outlines,2) No projecting corners,3) No openings v which dirt might enter and excellent balance;4) couple of and very solid parts (all forged) and also (with exceptions) no screws. 5) The grips to be fastened by a unique spring invited clamp (no screw required).6) differentiated by a Grip safety and security that only extends earlier if cocked, does no spring earlier when pressure is serene & have the right to only be unlocked through a button above the left grip which doubles together a stripping catch.NOTE: These guns did not have actually a security (but few of the larger caliber guns might be purchased through a \"safety button\" as an option).The image don\"t perform the pistol justice - the is a nice BLUE, no brown and also the barrel (showing thru the ejector port) is \"white\".\"BRIEF: German Ortgies Vest bag Auto, Cal. 6.35mm (25 ACP). Used during WW-II. A really advanced architecture in the day. Patented through Heinrich Ortgies in 1916-18 bu