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We were discussing on the handgun forum a luger two of us saw at a okla city gun show, it was a 1920 over 1920 with a DWM toggle and a russian rebuild mark? a X on the forward left receiver side, it was a mixed no. and had a cheap looking pair of wood grips, it also had what appeared to be Wiemar proofs[drop wing eagle] under heavy black matt finish, would this be one of the recent russian imports and how common is a double 1920, thanks
 

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Ltc Jim
Yes, you described a Russian import.
The 1920/1920 is uncommon. The 1920 nearest the rear of the Luger is the date of manufacture. The 1920 on top is not a date but a Reichswehr property stamp.(Weimar Lugers page 20 and 21)
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