Used Condition
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Item has Ended
10/16/2017 9:39 PM
Item 691216896
Location Copenhagen, NY 13626
Priority Mail$30.00
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Very good condition German Luger in 9mm that is a DWM made gun right after WWI and has a blank chamber and toggle. This unusual gun has a mix of commercial and military proofmarks and shows police use with a sear safety and police Unit Marking on the grip strap. Gun is serial #1109u with all matching numbered parts, Left side of the receiver and barrel have a crown "N" commercial proofmark. Right side of the frame has an Army WaA66 waffenampt proof. Grip strap is police unit marked "L.Hi.73" for Landespolizei Hildesheim and the bottom of the magazine is numbered "73' also with an Army eagle 66" proof mark and a small number 2 designating this as the second magazine for the gun. Action is crisp and functions fine. Bore is bright and excellent with strong rifling. Metal finish is original blue with some grip and holster wear. Checkered walnut grips have a tight fit and original finish with no cracks and are unmarked inside. Magazine has a bright metal body with a wood bottom and a fore mentioned markings. A very unusuall German Luger pistol with a long history that was most likely produced covertly right after WWI without any markings by DWM and saw Police use and was later passed to the German Army early in the rearmament of the mid 1930's. This great piece with a wide range of markings will make a fine addition to a collection and wonderful display.
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