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Hungarian Femaru 37M, another adventure.
"The Femaru 37M is a development of Rudolf Frommer’s earlier pistol designs made by Fémáru, Fegyver és Gépgyár (FEG). It entered service with the Hungarian Army in 1937, a year after Frommer’s death."

So I have a Hungarian, 1943, Model 37M, .380 ACP,. Same pistol the German Luftwaffe used in WWII, except for the 7.65 caliber, Hungry was aligned with Germany and produced firearms for the Germany Luftwaffe throughout the war.


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Fairly in good shape for a old firearm. No damage, parts are not worn.
 

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Walz: Sir; they have some parts 😁

Numrich doesn't have the parts. I have found several sites that have parts. I have done a parts check on everything.

What I need is the: .380ACP barrel, wooden grips, the factory magazine. That's it.
 

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I have to admit that I am very fond of the old steel wood grips handguns they are magnificent, a beautiful masterpiece. It is sometimes very difficult to restore them when parts are hard to locate on some. I have only sourced factory magazines for my pistols, this Femaru pistol magazine is coming from Poland
 
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