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What is the value of an Ortgies 7 mm pistol with 113390 stamped on the underside of the barrel?

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2006-07-30 12:02:04
2006-07-30 12:02:04

Undoubtedly you mean 7.65mm which is the same as the .32ACP. You have the Deutsche Werke Ortgies, and assuming it is a standard pistol in typical condition they are selling between $125 and $200. sales@countrygunsmith.net

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