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    DWM Model 1914 Naval Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Two Matching Magazines.
    Serial no. 6894, 9mm, 6-inch barrel with dovetailed front sight dated to 1917. Blued barrel and action. Wide trigger, safety and takedown latch with straw colors. Extractor marked: GELADEN. Safety marked: GESICHERT. Knurled toggle marked: DWM. Adjustable rear sight to 200 meters integral to the toggle. Naval proof marks on side of slide. Barrel with serial number and Naval proof mark. Checkered walnut grips. Two magazines with wood bases serialized to gun. Brown leather magazine pouch. Condition: Excellent. Shows 97-98% bluing with holster wear on edges and sideplate. 96-98% straw color. Excellent grips. Bore shows very light frosting. Magazine pouch in fine condition.


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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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