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I've been looking at a 1906 model American Eagle .30 caliber commercial Luger that has 4 holes in each grip panel. They are all the same size and appear to be screw holes.

The holes are not random but in a discernible pattern.

My question is this: Did anyone make a Luger stock or holster/stock that required screws to secure it to the gun? The Luger in question lacks a stock lug as 1906 models would.
 

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I saw the same Luger and thought some termites had gotten to it. It had a lot of wear and I wondered if a previous owner had tried to rig up some type of stock for it also.
 

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could be for the Ideal holster stock. Are the grips smooth, sans checkering?
 

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could be for the Ideal holster stock. Are the grips smooth, sans checkering?
The grips are checkered but well worn. The Ideal crossed my mind but I don't know enough about them to make a determination.
 

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I have seen photos of Ideal grips that were checkered...but if they are Ideal there will be screws in the holes to attach them to the metal backing plates.
 

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