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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