Standard configuration Trejo Model 1-A with 3.25 inch barrel having fixed front and drift adjustable rear sight set into shallow serrated rib. Left side of slide marked by manufacturer, location, caliber and model. Patent registration on left side of the frame. Right side of slide reflects “Made in Mexico” with the serial number on the right side of the frame. Largely a miniature derivative of the Colt 1911A1 but functioning as a blowback with a unmistakably rakish grip angle and no grip safety. NOTHING LIKE IT! Brown plastic panels each with the apple/Trejo logo over a checkered field. Push button magazine, the left wall recessed for the follower button.
Fantastic Mexican Trejo Model 1-A pistol in .22LR, the scarce semiautomatic version of the world’s smallest machine pistol, estimated production 1,263 guns circa 1950s/60s.
Approximately 97-98% bright original salt blue with minor freckling at the immediate muzzle and left rear of slide as carefully photographed. Comparable condition grips and magazine. Perfect manual mechanics. Mirror bright bore. Perfect manual mechanics. A super scarce and instantly recognizable Mexican pistol.