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Hello,

KH # 717 early S Code. Pistol has seen harsh use and shows heavy pitts. It is the only KH I found ( so far ) here up North......


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Toggle with the early style markings


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SN on Frame front


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Underside of Barrel/ Receiver without witness mark


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Some observations.......Rough circular machining marks on grip screws


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# 717 is hand scribed on the sear bar


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Strawed finish ( ?? ) recoil lever


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Mainspring guide showing rough machining/ filing marks & in a case hardened/ fire blue finish


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E/2 Proofs on mainspring guide


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Lastly, those 3 parts showing a strawed finish ( top of extractor is blued, top of hold open is white )


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I know it's not a beauty like most KH are but let's say it's simply at the other end of the scale.......

MARK
 

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Mark

Very nice Krieghoff that you have on display, it looks all complete and proofed correctly in the right spots.

Did you obtain any history on the luger as it begs to be told.

You are correct that the early S codes are scarce in these parts , I know of one and you are not getting his name.

Nice to view any Kgieghoff irregardless of condition and Jan C Stills comment rings with merit.

Thanks for posting
 
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