Sauer & Sohn M1930 "Behorden" Pistol
Sauer & Sohns M1930 “Behorden” chambered in .32 acp. The “Behorden” model of the M1930 was the last pre-war model made by the Sauer Company. The “Behorden” was the official police model pistol for pre-war Germany. This example does have the trigger safety (See Pictures). Mechanically, the pistol functions as it should, although it is a little stiff. Bore is bright with strong lands and grooves. Magazine safety, slide-lock safety and trigger safety all work as they should. Cosmetically, the pistol does have a good amount of holster wear on the left side. Right side is near perfect. Because of this I would grade it about 75%+ original bluing overall. Comes with 2 original magazines, one magazine is missing most of its finish from being taken in and out of the pistol, the other magazine is like new. It does come with an original German WWII style police holster and is marked twice with the name “Paul Kentgen” likely the liberating G.I. This pistol is a bring back and is not import marked. C&R eligible.