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Adopted by the U.S. Army Air Forces and the U.S. Navy in July 1942 with production ending in the 1950s. Right side of the aluminum frame has the factory/U.S. markings inside a triangle: “E / V / CC / V / 1942 / U.S. PROPERTY / PISTOL PYROTECHNIC M-8”. The serial number is stamped on the back strap. Steel barrel and checkered black plastic grips, with the butt stamped with the letter “P” and an ordnance cartouche.
It has two barrels and was manufactured in 1942 by Emil Eckoldt, marked ” ECKO ” / ” 1942 ” / with a Luftwaffe eagle 2 Military proof.
This rare pistol is in EXCELLENT mechanical condition. Grips are great, pistol shows wear and use, but no abuse. MATCHING SERIAL NUMBERS, A Luftwaffe Fl property number, German Military “eagle” and firing proofs ” encircled 4 ” on the barrels.
This is the primary Luftwaffe flare pistol, and a must have for any WWII Collector. It uses standard European 26.5mm flares (4 ga.)
German GECO LP2 Flare pistol kit. 26.5 mm with canvas holster, just located New Old Stock. These are the more desirable parkerized models. Some scratches and scuffs but 100 % functional…
They all have Israeli military markings.
This particular flare gun is the GECO Flare Gun which is commonly referred to as simply the German Flare Gun by most collectors. This would be a 1960 era flare gun, with the manufacturing materials and methods taking you back to the era where people took pride in complicated designs. This flare gun has so many parts that are highly refined that it will remind you of a classic Mercedes.
THIS EXAMPLE HAS ALL ORIGNAL PARTS INCLUDING THE GRIPS. THIS WAS AND WAS WIDELY USED IN WWI. PLEASE VIEW ALL PHOTOS TO GET AN IDEA OF THE CONDITION. ALL PARTS ARE INTACT. THIS IS IN EXCELLENT MECHANICAL CONDITION.
Hebel WW1 Flare Gun VCS Made by Valentine Christoph Schilling 26.5mm. Schilling was a maker of fine German Rifles. Solid construction and in good working order.
Very good condition and guaranteed original WWI Imperial German Model 1894 Hebel flare pistol. Maker marked on the left side of the frame with several small proof marks on the right side of frame and barrel. Metal finish is mostly plum brown with some gray and a little pitting and scale. Wood grips have original finish and a good tight fit with some normal handling marks. Lanyard ring is absent. Mechanically tight and excellent. A classic Great War German flare gun that will make a nice addition to your collection.
This is the finest example I’ve ever come across of this model. A 26.5mm all steel flare pistol. The real wooden grips are flawless as is the black baked finish. Never fired…. The lock up, spring, barrel and trigger are super tight… This will be a stand out addition to any collection.
FRENCH 1918 35MM FLARE PISTOL HAS ALL ORIGNAL PARTS. ALL PARTS HAVE MATCHING NUMBERS. THE BLUED BARREL IS ABOUT EXCELLENT. THIS IS A LARGE FLARE PISTOL. PLEASE VIEW ALL PHOTO’S TO GET AN IDEA OF THE CONDITION. ALL PARTS ARE INTACT. THIS IS IN EXCELLENT MECHANICAL CONDITION.
This is a German WWII Heer Model Flare pistol dated AC / 41. The AC stands for WALTHER manufacture and the 41 is for 1941. It is in EXCELLENT MECHANICAL condition.
Well used, but not abused, this WWII flare pistol works great. Finish is spotty, and shows holster wear and staining. This would be a great original WWII German flare pistol for reenactments or shooting fun. Standard German 26.5mm cal. flares are available at all major gun shows and on the internet.
This in an EXCELLENT 37mm WWII M-8 Flare Pistol with its Rare M-8 Pistol Mount. Manufactured by Eureka Vacuum Cleaner Company ( E.V.C.C. )
Pistol has over 95% of its original Factory Parkerized finish, and baked enamel finishes. It also is Excellent Mechanically, and The Rare Pistol Mount is also Excellent with over 95% of its factory original blue finish. Used, yet excellent with the slightest bit of frosting in a few spots, this pistol and mount is a prize for the collector!
New/Old stock… Test fired once… Just in from Germany. The Heckler & Kock Flare Gun Model P2A1 is commonly referred to as simply the HK Flare Gun for ease of reference. From the cold war era these pistols were manufactured and stamped in the 80’s in the HK factory in Germany. This is the only one we have ever seen with HK stamping (Made in Germany) on the pistol grip in addition to the frame (see picture)