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Old September 15, 2012, 07:16 AM   #2
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The photo is of the Sauer "caveman", a logo that Sauer took from the Prussian coat of arms, and which they used up until the end of the Second World War (the East German conglomerate which assembled all the remaining Suhl gunmakers under one name (the VEB Ernst Thalmann factory) also continued using this mark at least until the 1950s). If your pistol is the 1930 Behorden (instead of the earlier 1930), it should have a loaded-chamber indicator on the rear of the slide knob; at various times, they moved this "caveman" from the top of the slide to the side.
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