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Hello, I bought this 1937 today. I think I got the lugeritis, and bought it, as its in nice shape, but has kind of a messed up area on the left side... The top is very nice, the frame on the left must have been exposed? And the gripstraps have more wear front and rear than I'd like.
Sorry the pictures are not very good and in real life it does not look as bad as it appears....

However, it is completly matching, down to the grips (really nice wood colors and stamped 35 on each), although the mag is not matching.

I paid $1,000 for it, and it included one of the nicest army holsters I have seen, plus a loading tool (maybe fake) and a nice 2nd mag.

I think for the price I did okay?



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Ed, I think you did great!! You are right the holster is a dandy!! I figure you probably paid about $600 or $650 for the pistol and that's a steal for an all matching Luger!!

NOW what the heck are you doing in my era? I thought you were a Weimar Police Guy, not a Military Mauser Nut like me!!!!
 

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Oh, yeah, the 1940 was nicer than this one, and it's serial number was 6964, somewhere I wrote the suffix down, it was e/655 marked for the 1940. Had a police mag in it, non-matching, but I liked this mag better, he would have let me swap since both were non-matching mags...

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