My Uncle Gene ( mother's brother) Was in the Army during WW2. I think he spent most of the time in Holland. He never told me the details but in the later stages of the war the Germans were using any weapon they could find. Uncle Gene found a dead German who had been using a single shot 22 caliber military training rifle. He sent the rifle to us as I think he'd owed my dad some money. I was born in 1941 so was only 3 or 4 when we got the gun. I used that gun all my life growing up and when dad got older he gave it to me. I loved that gun and kept it and used it until last spring. After Uncle Gene came home from the war In 1946 or 47 he had my cousin Charlie. In my will I specify that my guns will be given to my two grandsons. But I got to thinking that my grandsons never new Uncle Gene and Cousin Charlie would probably appreciate the gun more than anyone else would. He lives in Fort Smith about 60 miles from me so the next time I was in town I called him and asked him to meet me for lunch. During lunch I told him all I knew about the gun and when we went out I surprised him by giving him the gun. During the years I had it I did some research and found it to be a DSM34. The one I had was made by Walther.