The German code for Femaru (FEG) the manufacturer ‘jvh’ was also stamped on the contract pistols. The all-Hungarian FEG-made Frommer Stop, in .32ACP. (Photo: Richard Taylor/Guns.com). The belt loop is marked “hsy / 1941 / Nazi Eagle”. It was an improvement over the earlier Frommer 29M. Scope Review: Leupold VX-Freedom FireDot Twilight Hunter. This six-digit 37M now available in the Guns.com Vault has a Hungarian crown on the trigger guard. The .380 ACP (9x17mmSR) chambered version was used by the Hungarian Army, while the .32 ACP (7.65x17mmSR) version was supplied to Hungary's German allies during World War II. All Rights Reserved, Femaru, Frommer and FEG: Historical Hungarian Handgun Basics. Nazi Femaru P 37 Pistol for sale and auction. An additional approx. MOD 37 Kal 7,65’. The pistol used 4 lugs to attach the barrel to the frame - similar to some of John Browning’s pistols for example the FN Browning 1910. Commonly called the Pistole 37(u) - the lowercase 'u’ denoting the design’s country of origin 'Ungarn’ - in German or Hungary in English. The trigger was solid in is form and seated in a rounded ring guard. For all intents and purposes, the 37M was in fact the 29M with a new body and slightly revised physical features. Magazines featured an extension at the toe to serve as part of the grip. These classic handguns are highly collectible, often brought back from Europe by returning GIs after the World Wars. With a price point around $300 and a lot of standard features for that amount of green, the new Taurus G3C gives the buyer a lot of bang for the buck. In effect, the barrel remains locked with the breech during recoil, which explains its curious profile. Sell your Nazi Femaru P 37 Pistol for FREE today on GunsAmerica! Beginning production in 1937, hence the model, the blowback semi-auto was chambered in either .32ACP or .380 and was used by not only the Hungarian Army but also the Germans in WWII, with the latter designating the gun as the Pistole 37(u). This six-digit 37M now available in the Guns.com Vault has a Hungarian crown on the trigger guard. THIS IS BEAUTY LOOKS AS IF IT NEVER WENT TO WAR. In the 1970s, FEG designer Jozsef Kameniczky next tackled the famous Browning Hi-Power and soon the Hungarian company was cranking out the P9, an unlicensed identical cousin of the gun. The Frommer Stop was used by the Hungarian Gendarmerie as the Pisztoly 12M before World War I, then later by the Austro-Hungarian military, continuing to serve into WWII. The FEG P9 pistol, exemplified by this Kassnar-marked PJK-9HP up for grabs in the Guns.com Vault, was patterned after the Browning Hi-Power, typically with a deep blue finish, for export overseas.