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Good day all,

I have a customer seeking information about their Mauser Luger and I have found conflicting information.

The luger is dated 1938 with all matching exterior numbers (haven't disassembled) but incorrect magazine. All my research indicates the s/42 Mausers that bear the Ostsee marking end in the M block. Is it possible some of them ran over into the N block?

Story has is her grandfather brought it back off a German soldier.

Thank you in advance!

Chaz

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Chaz,
According the book, " The Mauser Parabellum 1930-1946", by Hallock and van de Kant the 1938 S/42 went into the "n" block up to number 6785n. It's an interesting Luger, in that it has the Mauser Hump. It also appears to have an M/anchor and a North Sea number on the back strap, that has been some what obliterated.
Pat
 
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