Fritz Mann was a talented German firearms designer whose Suhl-based company produced some innovative pocket pistol designs between the wars. Mann specialized in what we would call sub-compacts today, and his guns were all notable for their tininess among other things. In the early 1920s he produced a very odd looking .25 auto which is often seen on the internet as a collector's item. Later in that decade he came out with a bigger piece which looked very like a Colt .25 but was actually chambered for either the .32 ACP or the .380 (9mm short). Every German commercial pistol got swept up into the Wehrmacht maw during the war and some of the later model Manns were picked up by GIs during the war and came to the States in barracks bags. About 13,000 were made, all but about 7% being in .32. I have seen some pictures of the .32, but none of the scarcer .380. Do any gun nuts here--I'm sorry, firearms scholars--have images of the .380 Mann or know where I could find same? Thanks.