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Pieper Steyr

Cal .25

Pieper Steyr 1909 is the "Basculant" of Nicolas Pieper manufactured under licence in Austria. In 1909, Steyr wanted a gun calibre of it 7,65mm Browning and a small gun calibre 6,35mm Browning of it, with the same system of collapsible gun. These guns were designed and produced by manufacturing of weapons Belgian Nikolas Pieper and became Steyr-Pieper-Pistolen. The production continued until 1928 for the 7,65mm Browning (approximately 60.000 units) and 6,35mm Br until 1931 gauges some (approximately 130.000 units).

Semi-auto pistol

Operation: interior striker

Ammunition: 6

Calibre: 6.35mm (ACP 25)

Length barrel: 53 mm, 6 stripes on the right

Empty Weight: 340 G

Overall length: 117 mm

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