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    German DWM Model P08 1914 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol. Serial no. 5783/a, 9mm, 4-inch barrel with dovetailed sight. Chamber marked: 1914. Left side of slide serialized. Right side of slide with German proofs and Reich eagle. Straw-finished takedown lever, wide trigger and safety. Safety marked: GESICHERT. Knurled toggles. Lanyard loop with shoulder stock lug. Blued finish. Checkered walnut grips. Wood base magazine numbered: 4817. This example is a parts gun, assembled from different Luger elements. Condition: Very good as configured and refinished. Retaining approximately 92-94% finish with wear to muzzle and barrel, straw finished elements and relief edges. Grips fine. Action 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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