Tuesday, March 08, 2016
Note the lanyard rings: The 1907 was a popular police pistol and was purchased by the nascent Czech army immediately following the First World War.
Or perhaps it was one of the few pistols a member of the anti-Nazi resistance could get their hands on, and they needed to keep it working? Or perhaps it was just one of the ones exported to the Czech army, which were removed from service for unspecified safety reasons after only a few years.
Either way, the gun was worth the $20 asking price. How could I refuse?
For the most detailed online Dreyse resource, check the Unblinking Eye.