Original Russian Soviet WWII OSP-26 Model 1926 Flare Signal Pistol
Original Item: Only One Available. The OSP-26 or Model 1926 Soviet flare gun was developed at the Izhevsk Weapons Factory (aka Izhevsk Arsenal) by lead designer V. Fedorov. The Izhevsk Triangle with arrow logo is marked on the top of this flare gun.
The OSP-26 was in heavy use for more than 30 years and for a time was the most common signal pistol of Red Army in WWII. It was used in the Soviet - Japan conflict, Soviet-Finnish Winter War and during WW2. In 1942 it was officially replaced by the SPSh-42 flare pistol.
This example serial number 1925 is offered in excellent fully functional condition. It retains nearly all of its original finish and original checkered wood grips. A fantastic RKKA Red Army item, rarely encountered on the collector's market.
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