Waffenamt Eagle Proof Stamp Punch MG42 Mauser luger P08 ... Stamp Punch Eagle Weimar K98 P08 P38 - Waffenamt shop. 340 x 264 jpeg 12 КБ.
Down (Nazi style eagle): 225, WaA445, WaA442 and WaA225. It appears that the Kyffhäuserhütte firm ceased to produce full kits in 1941 but not single parts, like cleaning chains, metal oilers and takedown tools. These parts are commonly found in the kits assembled by Braunschweigische Blechwarenfabrik.
Markings: The left side of the slide is marked “Fabrique Nationale D’Armes De Guerre / Herstal Belgique”, “Browning’s Patent Depose”, with a German “Eagle” and with a “WaA140” Waffenamt. The left side of the frame is also marked with a German “Eagle” and with a “WaA140” Waffenamt.
This is a scarce SA (Sturmabteilung) cap-eagle for the ‘SA-Lagermütze’ (side-cap) woven in BeVo weave. The eagle is mint, un-issued and has the branch colour emerald green for the ‘SA-Gruppe’ Sachsen or Nordmark. The eagle is facing right, which is common for these insignia. The backing is olive-/tan coloured cotton.
Sep 24, 2010 · The military acceptance stamp, "eagle over 37," is located on the upper left side of the triggerguard. The two-piece checkered black-plastic grip panels carry the Sauer logo on the left grip panel only. The fixed sights consist of an open U-notch rear sight and a forward-curving front-sight blade.
Featuring a high level of detailing, these stencils closely replicate the original Wehrmacht eagle emblem from WW2. The eagle itself measures approximately 13 x 9 cm and the surrounding backing gives you plenty of protection without the need for using masking tape.
Waffenamts remained exclusively “280” and again all went to the Army. The only significant change in 1937 was the replacement of the Weimar style eagles with the style known among collectors as the ‘stick wing" or "straight wing" eagles. The known serial number range is from 1803 to 9242i, with an estimated production run of 100,000 rifles.
Directly above the Waffenamt 140 stamp at the rear of the trigger is a German military test proof in the form of an eagle over a swastika in a circle. There is another one of these military test proof stamps on the slide located directly below the letter "E" in the word "DEPOSE".