Now on the auction block: a very cool Mauser Model 1910 pocket pistol that was sold to Portugal after WWI. NOTE: Auction ends May 1, 2011. Chambered for the 6,35mm (.25 ACP), this pistol is all original and not import or “Germany” marked. All serial numbered parts are properly matching and it bears the small “triangle in a circle” proof on the rear of the frame which identifies it as a Portuguese contract pistol. Overall condition is very good and the pistol retains most of the original blue finish. There is some scattered patina, some fading on the front strap, and a small amount of pitting to the right front of slide. The grips are good but there is some handling wear as well as some chipping to the top of the backstrap. The mechanics appear to be in perfect working order while the bore rates fair to good with strong rifling that exhibits some light pitting (still quite shootable). Comes with one correct solid bottom, Mauser banner marked magazine.