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I think this K date luger s.n. 3878 is interesting because it is 56 pistols later than the one pictured on page 21 of Third Reich Lugers by Mr. Still. Magazine is mismatched.


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Well time to go back outside and do some more cleaning up. Hurricane Isabel made a mess of this area, but atleast we now have power and water back.
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Thanks for the photographs of your second subvariation K date, sn 3878 with mixed scriptic and gothic "S". What are the acceptance stamps on the right receiver?
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Ed
Thanks for the photographs of your second subvariation K date, sn 3878 with mixed scriptic and gothic "S". What are the acceptance stamps on the right receiver?
Jan
Hi Jan
I forgot to post the photo of the right receiver acceptance stamps.
They are B90 & S91
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Hello Ed,
Thank you for posting your pistol. I enjoyed seeing the images very much. K-Dates without a doubt are the most interesting Mauser military produced pistols in my opinion. There are some very interesting questions about the physical variations found on them!

Good Luck on your cleanup, wish I could help!
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