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    Altered German DWM Navy Model 1906 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol. Serial no. 6629, 9mm, 5 3/4-inch barrel with dovetailed sight and marked: M on bottom. Straw colored take down lever, wide trigger and safety. Safety double stamped: GESICHERT on bottom and top. Left side of slide with proofs. Blued finish. Grip safety. Lanyard loop and shoulder stock lug. Backstrap marked: W.D./243. Wood base magazine with matching numbers. Checkered walnut grips. Condition: Good as refinished. Retaining approximately 92-95% finish with wear to straw colored elements and relief edges. Top GESICHERT appears restruck. Grips fine. Mechanically crisp. Bright bore. From the Collection of Douglas Smith, offered without consignor reserve.


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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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