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1988.8.952.2
Moritz and Gerstenberger, Ze...
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1988.8.952.2 | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The cocking operation of this pistol is achieved by a lever above the receiver. When lifted, this cocks the mainspring, as well as pivots the barrel for loading. | [top of barrel:] CAL. 4.5 M/M .177 RLGEZ [top of lever:] >ZENIT< >EM-GE< ZELLA-MEHLIS (THUR) [left side of pump:] PATENT ANG.; GERMANY [gold disks in both sides of grip:] EM-GE | Cardboard box for air pistol, containing two pieces of paper and five small pieces of metal. | .177 caliber | 1988.8.952.2.JPG | box | Zenit Air Pistol Maker: Maritz & Gerstenberger Waffenfabrik; Zella-Mehlis, Germany Date: 1935 - 1939 Caliber: .177 (rifled bore) Catalogue Number: 1988.8.952 Winchester Arms Collection; gift of the Olin Corporation The cocking operation of this pistol is achieved by a lever above the receiver. When lifted, this cocks the mainspring, as well as pivots the barrel for loading. | Moritz and Gerstenberger, Zella Mehlis, Germany

1988.8.952.1
Moritz and Gerstenberger, Ze...
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1988.8.952.1 | L: 11 in, Barrel length: 4.875 in, H: 5.5 in | Gift of Olin Corporation, Winchester Arms Collection | The cocking operation of this pistol is achieved by a lever above the receiver. When lifted, this cocks the mainspring, as well as pivots the barrel for loading. | [top of barrel:] CAL. 4.5 M/M .177 RLGEZ [top of lever:] >ZENIT< >EM-GE< ZELLA-MEHLIS (THUR) [left side of pump:] PATENT ANG.; GERMANY [gold disks in both sides of grip:] EM-GE | brass emblem trademark, both grips; no date listed | .177 caliber | 1988.8.952.1.JPG | air pistol | firearm | brass | wood | steel | Zenit Air Pistol Maker: Maritz & Gerstenberger Waffenfabrik; Zella-Mehlis, Germany Date: 1935 - 1939 Caliber: .177 (rifled bore) Catalogue Number: 1988.8.952 Winchester Arms Collection; gift of the Olin Corporation The cocking operation of this pistol is achieved by a lever above the receiver. When lifted, this cocks the mainspring, as well as pivots the barrel for loading. | Moritz and Gerstenberger, Zella Mehlis, Germany