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I inherited a Wischo .25 cal Mod. 11 pistol from my grandfather. Serial # is 124995 and it has about 90% bluing in good condition.I have had no success in tracking down any information about this pistol including safety for firing, value or even take down instructions. Any help to point me in the right direction would be appreciated.

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German company, no current importer. Here is the factory's contact information:

Wischo Jagd- und Sportwaffen GmbH & Co. KG
Dresdener Strae 30
91058 Erlangen
Germany
Phone: [49] [9131] 30090
Fax: (49] [9131] 300930
Contact: Otwin J. Sayle, General Manager
Agent/Distributor/Importer of hunting and sport-shooting
equipment

They should be able to provide you with a manual for the pistol. They have a website (wischo.com) but it seems to be under construction.
 

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I also inherited a Wischo .25 cal Mod. 11 pistol from my father. Serial # is 97851 and in good condition.I have had no success in tracking down any information about this pistols price or where to get an extra mag for it.
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If you post clear pictures, front and sides, including clear pictures of the grips and markings some one might be able to made a visual identification of it. You might also inspect it for proof markings. Every European country has a national proof law and Proof House, ( no, the U.S. does not.) That will give you a head start on the country of origin. Wischo was a importer and exporter, which means he also exported to the U.S., German, French and Spanish firearms.
 
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