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    Roth-Steyr M1907

    I have in my possession, an Austro-Hungarianicon pistol, with acceptance marks from 1909, and if I am finding the right information, it looks like it was issued to/belonged to Field Artillery unit 4, weapon #84. I'd like to share this with you all, however, I don't seem to be able to add pictures. Odds are that is a post count thing. My notes on it are at home, and I won't be back to them for close to a week, as to how it came into my family's possession. Any advice on how to get those pictures up would be great. Thanks.

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    Figured it out. Here's what I have available right now.

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