Your Luger is a DWM Imperial Military; the chamber date has been removed. Because it has a stock lug, it can be dated between 1913 and 1918. The relieved sear bar (behind the trigger plate and safety bar) dates to 1916, so that is likely the early year of the range providing the part was not replaced during a maintenance cycle.
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This is an excellent example of a very rare early Mauser Oberndorf manufactured Luger pistol. This model of Luger has a mix of both left over parts from the DWM factory and new production Mauser that were assembled to fulfill some early 1930s commercial contracts as well as being used to fulfill some early Nazi Police and/or Army contracts. On page 350 of the book "The Mauser Parabellum" by ...
I have a DWM luger blueing almost 100% serial number 709, matching numbers 09 below barrel it reads "709 Germany".… read more. Looking for the value of a German navy luger brought back from WWII. grips are light in color, good condition serial #341 with a six inch barrel.
249.95 USD. The breechblock and front toggle are in excellent condition; the rear toggle is also excellent except that its blue has been worn away. The front toggle link features the fancy DWM trademark. There are no visible serial numbers.
Oct 29, 2020 · 1916 DWM LUGER WITH HOLSTER. 1916 9mm DWM luger with holster and stand. 90% of the original blue remains, with a 4' barrel with very good bore. Good checkered walnut grips showing some wear from use at bottom, and checkered walnut grips.
*dwm 1917 dated artillery luger with snail drum magazine, loader, and other accessories. SN 8707 G. Cal. 9 mm. 8″ Barrel is stamped with SN and caliber on bottom, with military proof on right side of integral rear sight base.