Collectible Firearms and Edged Weapons

Kristopher Gasior and Kasia Matuszewska-Gasior

P.O. Box 8327 Fredericksburg, VA 22404-8327 USA

Telephone/FAX# (540) 374-8124 (orders only!)

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Radom Pistols

Shipping Terms: We ship handguns by USPS Priority Mail with Signature Confirmation. We charge standard shipping fee of $20 for the first ordered handgun, and $10 for each additional one. The above rates are valid only in the continental USA. International shipping is available at the cost. We take credit cards, checks and money orders. We also accept Western Union and MoneyGram transfers. We are now allowed to accept a faxed copy of your FFL license. Please, set your fax to "Extra Fine" and fax your FFL license to 540 374 8124.

Model, Price, Number & Pictures

Description & Condition

Polish wz.1930 Radom Nagant Military Revolver

Caliber: 7.62 mm gas-sealed.

Price: $3595

Inventory # ngp_0103

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DESCRIPTION: Polish military Nagant wz.1930 revolver manufactured at the F.B. Radom in 1935. The design of the revolver is virtually identical with Russian M.1895. These revolvers were manufactured on the Nagant factory machines purchased by Poland in the late 1920-s. The left side of the frame displays following markings, "F.B. Radom Ng. 30" (just above the hardwood grip!) and "1935" (in front of the cylinder). The revolver is a bit unusual because of the location of the factory address. The latter is usually located in the middle part of the left side frame. I have not seen another wz.1930 revolver that would be marked this way! Radom factory markings are present on all the metal parts. Matching serial numbers. Very high quality of machining and metal finish! Gas-sealed cylinder. The cylinder capacity is seven rounds. Double and single action. 4.5 inch long round barrel. Fixed front and rear sight. Two piece hardwood grips with diamond checkering. Complete with a lanyard ring. The revolver came from a famous Rolf H. Muller military revolvers collection. It was was purchased by my family member at the Butterfield & Butterfield auction in San Francisco in 1990-s. This particular revolver is pictured and described in the Muller book, "Geschichte und Technik der europaischen Militarrevolver", on pages 832-833 (please, see pictures). The book still remains one of the best reference work on European military revolvers. Muller was a German military officer who collected European military revolvers mainly during the Second World World. He was able to "acquire" great examples of military revolvers, while traveling through Nazi occupied countries of Europe. CONDITION: Excellent. 96-97% of original blue finish is still remaining on metal. Most of the wear is on sharp edges of metal parts. Some blue finish is starting to turn to brownish color. All the markings and numbers are clearly visible on metal. All the internal parts of the revolver are in excellent condition, with no visible wear. Minor wear to checkering on the hardwood grips. Very crisp action. Excellent bore with strong and shiny rifling. The cylinder's chambers are in excellent condition. No import markings. Very nice Polish Nagant wz.1930 revolver with an interesting provenance and with an unusual factory address location! Very scarce! C&R or FFL required to purchase. The revolver comes from my family member collection of military firearms (please, pay by check, money order, or bank wire transfer only). Serial# 89XX. (Ref. "Geschichte und Technik der europaischen Militarrevolver" by Rolf H. Muller, pp. 832-833).

Polish wz.1930 Radom Nagant Military Revolver

Caliber: 7.62 mm gas-sealed.

Price: $3295

Inventory # ngp_0102

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DESCRIPTION: Polish military Nagant wz.1930 revolver manufactured at the F.B. Radom in 1933. The design of the revolver is virtually identical with Russian M.1895. These revolvers were manufactured on the Nagant factory machines purchased by Poland in the late 1920-s. The left side of the frame displays following markings, "F.B. Radom Ng. 30" (behind the cylinder) and "1933" (in front of the cylinder). Radom factory markings are present on all the metal parts. Polish military acceptance mark is stamped on the right side of the frame, "D" (in an octagon). Matching serial numbers. Very high quality of machining and metal finish! Gas-sealed cylinder. The cylinder capacity is seven rounds. Double and single action. 4.5 inch long round barrel. Fixed front and rear sight. Two piece hardwood grips with diamond checkering. Complete with a lanyard ring. The revolver came from a famous Rolf H. Muller military revolvers collection. It was was purchased by my family member at the Butterfield & Butterfield auction in San Francisco in 1990-s. This particular revolver is pictured and described in the Muller book, "Geschichte und Technik der europaischen Militarrevolver", on pages 830-831 (please, see pictures). The book still remains one of the best reference work on European military revolvers. Muller was a German military officer who collected European military revolvers mainly during the Second World World. He was able to "acquire" great examples of military revolvers, while traveling through Nazi occupied countries of Europe. CONDITION: Fine+ to low excellent. 94-95% of original blue finish is still remaining on metal. Most of the wear is on sharp edges of metal parts and on the barrel, near the muzzle (the revolver shows an honest holster wear). Some blue finish is starting to turn to brownish color. Some tool marks on the left side of the frame, near the cylinder rod (please, see pictures). Some small scratches are present on the cylinder bridge, just in front of the rear sights (please, see pictures). Small spots of metal roughness on the trigger guard (please, see pictures). All the markings and numbers are clearly visible on metal. All the internal parts of the revolver are in fine to excellent condition, with no visible wear. Some wear to checkering on the hardwood grips. Very crisp action. Excellent bore with strong and shiny rifling. The cylinder's chambers are in excellent condition. No import markings. Very nice Polish Nagant wz.1930 revolver with an interesting provenance! Very scarce! C&R or FFL required to purchase. The revolver comes from my family member collection of military firearms (please, pay by check, money order, or bank wire transfer only). Serial# 60XX. (Ref. "Geschichte und Technik der europaischen Militarrevolver" by Rolf H. Muller, pp. 830-831).

Very Nice Early Nazi p35 Radom Pistol with Leather Holster and Spare Clip

Caliber: 9 mm Luger

Price: $2475

Inventory # rdp_0051

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DESCRIPTION: Polish designed military semi-automatic pistol manufactured in the Nazis' occupied Radom factory in 1939/1940. Very early Nazi production with three levers. Cut for the shoulder stock. Grip safety. This is a first alphabet serial number run pistol. Nazi proof marks are present on all the metal parts. "Waffenamt 77" is stamped on the left side of the frame and slide. Metal shows high quality of machining and polishing, which is characteristic for Radom pistols manufactured during the early Nazi occupation. Original black plastic grips (early variation with small screw holes). Early style rivets at the back of the frame (original). All matching serial numbers (the numbers are stamped on the frame, slide and barrel only, which is correct for this model). The serial numbers are factory original and were not restamped. Correct Nazi occupation production magazine. Complete with a spare magazine and a Nazi leather holster. The latter displays following markings on the inside part of the flap, "bnz 1944, P 35 (b)". CONDITION: Excellent. 95-96% of original blue finish is still remaining on metal. Most of the wear is on the sharp edges of the slide and frame (typical light holster wear). Very crisp action. Mechanically, the pistol is in excellent condition. Excellent bore with sharp and shiny rifling. All the markings and numbers are clearly visible on metal. All the internal parts of the pistol are in excellent condition, with no visible wear. The plastic grips are in excellent condition with only minor handling marks. The holster is in fine condition, with leather still being soft and flexible. Strong, original stitching. No import markings. Very nice early Nazi occupation Radom pistol with holster and spare clip, in all original, as issued in the World War Two condition. C&R or FFL required to purchase. The pistol comes from my family member collection of military firearms (please, pay by check, money order, or bank wire transfer only). Serial# A91XX.

Polish VIS wz.1935 Radom Pistol

Caliber: 9 mm Luger

Price: $4795

Inventory # rdp_0050

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DESCRIPTION: Polish designed and manufactured Radom VIS wz.1935 semi automatic pistol. The pistol was manufactured at the Radom factory in Poland in 1939, as indicated by markings on the left side of the slide. Polish Eagle is also stamped on the left side of the slide. All matching serial numbers (the numbers are stamped on the frame, slide and barrel only, which is correct for this model). The serial numbers are factory original and were not restamped. The major parts of the pistol also display correct Polish factory assembly numbers. The pistol comes complete with an original Polish pre-WWII production magazine with correct Polish markings, "G 2" (in an oval). Original Polish pre-war black grips with diamond checkering and letters "VIS" (in a triangle) and "FB" (also in an triangle; the abbreviation stands for Fabryka Broni - 'Arms Factory'). Three levers. Cut for shoulder stock. Grip safety. Complete with a lanyard loop. Very high quality of machining and metal finish! CONDITION: Excellent. 95-96% of original, crisp blue finish is remaining on metal. The blue is worn mainly on the sharp edges of the frame and slide. Some wear to the front part of the slide (honest holster wear). All the markings on metal are nice and clear. All the internal parts of the pistol are in excellent condition, with no obvious wear. Black plastic grips are in excellent condition with only minor handling marks. Very crisp action. Mechanically, the pistol is in excellent condition. Bore is in excellent condition with strong and shiny rifling. All original condition. No import markings. Difficult to find, high quality Polish military pistol! C&R or FFL required to purchase. The pistol comes from my family member collection of military firearms (please, pay by check, money order, or bank wire transfer only). Serial# 297XX. (Ref. "Polskie Konstrukcje Broni Strzeleckiej" by Z. Gwozdz and P. Zarzycki, pp.78-85; also in "The Vis Pistol" by Robert J. Berger).

Polish Radom TT-33 Pistol Cut Away

Caliber: 7.62 mm

Price: $595

Inventory # rdp_0048

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DESCRIPTION: Polish Tokarev M.1933 military semi-automatic pistol factory cut away. This is a training device as used in Polish military schools. The pistol was used to show all the internal working parts and their action. The cut away pistol will not function with real ammunition, it is meant solely for training. The pistol was manufactured in Radom, Poland in 1955, as indicated by markings on the slide and frame. Several small Radom factory marks are stamped on various parts of the pistol. Matching serial numbers on the slide, frame and magazine. Seven round cut away magazine. There are several variations of Polish TT-33 cut away pistols. The major difference between them is a location of cuts and the type of the grips that they have. CONDITION: Excellent. 95-96% of original blue finish is still present on metal. The pistol shows only minor handling marks. All the markings and numbers are clearly visible on metal. All the internal parts of the pistol are in excellent condition, with no visible wear. The plastic grips are in excellent condition as well. Scarce Polish Tokarev M.1933 military semi-automatic pistol factory cut away! No import markings. C&R or FFL required to purchase. The pistol comes from my family member collection of military firearms (please, pay by check, money order, or bank wire transfer only). Serial# P2XX.

A Prototype of Polish VIS wz.1935 Radom Pistol

Caliber: 9 mm Luger

Price: $47500

Inventory # rdp_0047

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DESCRIPTION: A prototype of Polish Radom VIS wz.1935 semi automatic pistol. The pistol was manufactured at the Radom factory in Poland in the early 1930-s. Very low, two digit serial number: 45. The pistol was manufactured without the Radom factory legend on the on the left side of the slide. The left side of the trigger displays a Polish Eagle (please, see pictures). Several Radom factory production markings are stamped on both side of the trigger guard and on the trigger. Matching serial numbers are stamped on the frame and on the slide. The barrel displays a number, "20" (this could be either a serial number, or a production number). No serial numbers are stamped on the remaining parts of the pistol, which is correct for this model. The serial numbers are factory original and were not restamped. The slide and barrel displays several Radom factory production markings (please, see pictures). The machining and polishing of the frame, slide and barrel is different from the later production VIS pistols. The internal mechanism of the pistol seems to be the same as in later production pistols. The magazine displays a typical Radom factory Greek letters and some other symbols and numbers. Original Polish pre-war black grips. Three levers. Cut for shoulder stock. Grip safety. Complete with a lanyard loop. Very high quality of machining and metal finish! This pistol comes from my personal collection of Polish military firearms. CONDITION: Excellent. 90% of crisp, original blue finish is still remaining on metal. The balance is in white. The blue is worn mainly on the front and rear part of the hilt (this may indicate that the pistol was used for a very long firing test). All the markings and numbers are clearly visible on metal. All the internal parts of the pistol are in excellent condition, with no obvious wear. Black plastic grips are in excellent condition with only minor handling marks. Very crisp action. Mechanically, the pistol is in excellent condition. Bore is in excellent condition with strong and shiny rifling. All original condition. Museum-quality prototype of Polish VIS wz.1935 pistol! Serial# 45. (Ref. "Polskie Konstrukcje Broni Strzeleckiej" by Z. Gwozdz and P. Zarzycki, pp.78-85; also in "The Vis Pistol" by Robert J. Berger, pp.9-12).

Polish TT-33 Leather Holster (Navy Issue)

Price: $65

Inventory # hol_0186

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DESCRIPTION: Polish navy issue leather holster with spare magazine pouch under the flap. Black color leather. No markings on the flap (please, see pictures). All original and complete. CONDITION: Excellent+, probably never issued. Leather is soft and flexible. Strong, original stitching. Original Polish navy holster.

East German Holster for Polish wz.1963 "RAK" Submachine Pistol

Price: $195

Inventory # msm_0001

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DESCRIPTION: Scarce East German holster for Polish wz.1963 "RAK" submachine pistol. Volks Polizei issue. Original, brown leather construction with German markings. Complete with original shoulder strap. CONDITION: excellent+. Leather is soft and flexible. Strong, original stitching.

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Collectible Firearms and Edged Weapons

Kristopher Gasior and Kasia Matuszewska-Gasior

P.O. Box 8327 Fredericksburg, VA 22404-8327 USA

Telephone/FAX# (540) 374-8124 (orders only!)

KGasior@aol.com

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