WW1 Era Clements .25 Auto
Here is one you do not see every day... A Belgian Clements .25 Automatic. Popular as Private Purchase weapons during the First World War, many were used again during WW2. This example has an interesting flaw.... It has a small Shrapnel Hit on the right side front of the slide. This can be seen in the last picture! It does not hamper function at all. Just a part of the long story this 100 year old pistool could tell if only it could speak. The bluing on this is at about 75-80% with a frosted and slightly pitted bore, but it is functional. The numbers all match on the parts, and it comes with the one magazine shown. Grips show some wear, but are intact. An unusual little .25!