Information on a Handgun

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  1. mhoff1

    mhoff1 New Member

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    I am looking for information on a handgun? This is what I know about it:
    Made in Italy Brevettata, Mondial Model 1900 cal. mm6 6 shot Gas-Flare-Starter In a circle it has the letters EIG. The top of the box states Pistola Lancis-Rizzi Nichel. I have included a picture.

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  2. mhoff1

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    Here is a better picture.

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  3. inplanotx

    inplanotx New Member

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    Can't find any present information about it, however it is not a true firearm. Here is a list of what was on google search.

    Collectibles Channel on GoAntiques
    ... Year: See Description Price: $24.95 USD Description: ITALY MONDIAL PISTOLA
    LANCIA-RAZZI MOD. 1900 MADE IN ITAlY . IN ORGINAL BOX. ...
    collectibles.goantiques.com/scripts/ search_results,page,7,accountNumber,QPJ2388.html - 27k - Supplemental Result - Cached - Similar pages

    Misc. Collectibles from the GoAntiques Collectibles Channel
    ... ITALY MONDIAL STARTING PISTOL 1900, Channel: Collectibles. Year: See Description
    Price: $24.95 USD Description: ITALY MONDIAL PISTOLA LANCIA-RAZZI MOD. ...
    collectibles.goantiques.com/ category,misc-collectibles-376.html - 30k - Supplemental Result - Cached - Similar pages
  4. Xracer

    Xracer *TFF Admin Staff Mediator*

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    Minn-eeee-sota, ya, sure, you bet!
    As Tex has said, it's a Starter's Pistol....made to fire 6mm (.25 cal.) blank cartridges.
  5. klarry

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    I have this same pistol and have since I was a child. I was used as a starter pistol and Mine fed 6 "caps" from the back as I shot it. It fed them on a 3 sided sled that moved into the gun with the shots. I have lost the "Feeder" and have been trying to finf another for years. I have several "Caps" or "bullets". I have read some documents on the net about the ATF testifing that these can be converted in minutes into a "gun" and thus fits into certain federal laws.(?) I wish help finding the cap or cartridge feeder
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  7. rod swartz

    rod swartz New Member

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    I have this starter pistol with six shot sled feeder what would you give for it email donna3313@aol.com
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  8. AR1911

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    How hard would the sled be to duplicate, if you had an original?
  9. countrugula

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    Ialso have one of these, compleate and in working order. I would be happy to part with it for a very reasonable offer. If interested, shoot an email back. Thanks
  10. ozarkbully

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    I'm interested in buying one of these
  11. wonderwhippet

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    Walther and other manufacturers made similar blank pistols, and they usually sell for around $50.
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