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Pretty sure the monogram "S" u "S" indicates Sauer und Sohn, or Sauer and Son, which is why I initially said Suhl.I believe it to have been proofed at Ulm for some strange reason, but manufactured at Suhl by Sauer.
Not often I disagree with BigAl on old firearm questions, while I agree with the 16 being the gauge, I am pretty sure the 65m/m is the chamber length, which is 2.5"
i spent an hour looking at different proof marks online and couldn't line them up. Some looked similar but not identical. My father-in-law thinks his dad brought it back from the war. ..
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