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A Very nice example!

A banner in that year would not have a sear safety
 

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Looks like the chamber date is 1941 to me. The serial number of 9749y doesn't fit in the 1941 range. Very interesting!! E/L, not drilled for a sear safety, black grips makes me think of late 1942. Beautiful Luger! Maybe they put it all together with the parts they had at the end of Luger production.
 

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The yellow-orange color is particular to this variation of Mauser police banner, dated 41 ... It is a rather rare model!

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Thanks for the pictures of the insides of the grips. Look like Type 6 to me. Will add to the Black Grip study...
 

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Discussion Starter #17
This pistol came to me with two different magazines. 1 was a standard fxo marked magazine with black base. The 2nd is an fxo type unmarked and unnumbered. 54E0E4C4-AAF5-4168-8477-3FDEB21ED3C4.jpeg 35E2A31A-D17B-4CB0-9D71-8C6F6AC46AEF.jpeg 598ED766-5996-403F-88FB-E69B5A30DE76.jpeg
 
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