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    Portuguese Naval Model P08 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol. Serial no. 581, 9mm, 4-inch barrel with dovetailed front sight. Blued action and barrel. Straw-colored trigger, takedown latch and safety. Knurled toggle marked: DWM. Chamber marked: R.P./ [anchor]. Wide trigger. Extractor marked: GARREGADA. Grip safety. Checkered walnut grips, left slotted for grip safety. Magazine with wood base stamped: 9mm. Condition: Fine. Frame, barrel and toggle shows 94-96% bluing with wear to edges and some light marks to finish. Straw colors show wear. Very good bore shows some frosting. Grips show some wear and a few marks. From the Collection of Douglas Smith, offered without consignor reserve.



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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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