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Hi guys,

Picked up this 1917/1920 Erfurt Luger. Looks like a Weimar re-blu (no halos on barrel). Matching, save grips which are early Mauser “WaA63” stamped and matching to themselves. Magazine is an early Mauser too.

Questions:

Whats the trigger guard mark? Unit mark?

Any positive ID on the magazine. Which Luger year wise it would be for?

Thanks for any thoughts,
-Danny

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The 3 / 11 - odd place for a unit marking / unit weapon number, but not sure what else it would be. Stamping on a pistol can't be too easy, so not a frivolous request.
 

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The 3 / 11 - odd place for a unit marking / unit weapon number, but not sure what else it would be. Stamping on a pistol can't be too easy, so not a frivolous request.
Oh man I love when I stump people lol. Thanks for the thoughts.

I believe the magazine is an earlier nickel plated one. 1934-35 production? Does the sound/look right?
 

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Oh man I love when I stump people lol. Thanks for the thoughts.

I believe the magazine is an earlier nickel plated one. 1934-35 production? Does the sound/look right?
No, its not. It is an eagle 63 - you can check the FAQ and see when they were made.
 
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Added more photos.

looks like the magazine has a droop eagle and nickel plated. ‘37 and earlier from what I read. Around “M” block ‘36 is when the change started. Sounds like the scenario is “first in, last out.”
 
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