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10/22/2017 9:37 PM
Item 693895262
Location Copenhagen, NY 13626
Priority Mail$30.00
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Good condition German P-08 Luger pistol in 9mm that started out as a WWI Army issue gun that was made at DWM in 1917. Pistol was later transfered to the police and has the faint remains of a police unit marking on the grip strap and added sear safety. At some point thtis gun went thru a rebuild and has a rare "G" proofmark ahead of the serial number on the left side of the barrel extension and also on the barrel under the serial number. I have seen mark also on a few Gew 98 Mauser rifles that were rebuilt after WWI. This marking is not yet identified in any reference. Barrel also has a tiny stick eagle above the serial number and the gun has a small number "5" on the back of the frame which maybe a rack number. Pistol is serial #8123d and has all matching numbers but the mag and grips. Action is smooth and functions fine. Bore is good and a little grey with average rifling. Metal finish is original blue with much wear to the grip and chamber areas, small parts still show some of the "straw" color. Checkered walnut grips have a good fit and original finish with several chips on the left side. Correct type magazine has a bright metal body with a wood bottom. A very interesting and unusual German Luger with the rare "G" rebuild proofmark in two places. This gun has had a long service and warrants furthur research into its history.
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