7.63 mm caliber, excellent bore, 90% blue, excellent grips, 5.5'' barrel, Early large ring hammer variation. Matching serial numbers, with unnumbered firing pin retainer. Crown U proofed on chamber. British firing proofed on barrel. Refinish long ago and possibly by the retailers facility. Many of these early automatic pistols were purchased and carried by colonial officers and other troops in far off lands of the British Empire. Come with matching number shoulder stock in excellent condition no cracks no chips. s/n 13xxx. Mechanically, it's excellent. I test fired 70 rounds from it, it worked perfectly and it's very accurate.
Made in 1898. Classified as antique firearms. Shipping to FFL, C&R, or valid driver license within the US. Three day non-firing inspection policy
[Edit] Although the pistol's finish is not factory original, the pistol was reblued long long time ago in its tool stage by British before BNP stamps being applied. There is no buffing no sanding of any kind applied. All edges are crisp, and all markings are sharp clear. Combined with its matching number shoulder stock in excellent condition, this rig is definitely a collector grade item. Antique early large ring hammer C96 with matching stock is much harder to come than standard conehammer with matching stock because much fewer of these were made.