In 94% condition, we have a decent example of the somewhat hard to locate Austrian WW1 M1912 Steyr Hahn Pistol. This example is both 1916 dated and Austrian Military proofed. It is still with the very difficult to find holster and a stripper clip of the 9mm Steyr Ammunition. The bore is mint, there is some slight degradation to the finish, but over all it looks great, especially all rigged out like this. This was the main service pistol of the WW1 era Austro-Hungarian Army and was the most modern and desirable handgun that they had in service; much of their Armed forces were using the M1907 Roth Steyr Pistol or the Rast Gasser Revolver. If you were issued with this handgun you were very fortunate indeed. This was an extremely well made and well liked pistol, they stayed in Service with the Austrians and also the Nazi era Police and saw much wide and diverse use by many sides during WW2.