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    *1906 Bern Swiss Luger Semiautomatic Pistol with Leather Holster. Serial no. 26498. 7.65 Luger. 4 3/4-inch barrel with dovetailed front sight. Serrated toggle marked: WAFFENFABRIK / BERN. Frame with "P";. Polished area lower safety area. Extractor marked: GELADEN. Grip safety. Checkered walnut grips with plain borders, slotted for grip safety. Magazine with wood base with serialed to the gun. Barrel, frame, take-down lever, grips, grip safety and toggle serialed the same. Brown leather holster with flap and magazine pouch on the front side. Rear stamped: SCHELL/SATILE/FLAMA. Belt loops and harness rings.
    Condition: Excellent. Frame, barrel and toggle shows 98% bluing with slight losses on front edge of frame, safety line and isolated fine spotting. Excellent bore. 90-95% straw colors. Holster in very good condition with some scuffings, and marks. Metal fittings show verdigris.

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    September, 2011
    18th Sunday
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