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Standard 1920 DWM Commercial in 7.65, four inch barrel. Well, I did the metal work and the bluing (Niter),
it came out a silver blue, I did the straw also. I found in the white a new Bohler-Stahl, six inch barrel on Ebay. I had Luger-Man install the barrel, I did the bluing. It is 9 mm. This is what I like to do, even though it is frowned upon by most. Oh and I want to thank both
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I happen to think that 6” barreled shooter looks extremely pretty. I can imagine it turns heads at the range. I have a fully refinished and restrawed Erfurt artillery as one of my shooters. All the fun of showing off your Luger, none of the worry while shooting.
 

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I like it - I've had GT put a 5 or 6 inch barrel on frames and uppers I had picked up.
My fun shooter is a 4 inch bull barrel.

Nice bluing job.
 

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I like it!! Looks sharp and I think using an ordinary 1920 commercial is perfectly acceptable, doesn’t hurt the collecting community one bit. IMO you couldn’t get a better shooter accept maybe an artillery like QM’s with a repro stock and snail drum! Anyway enjoy shooting her, makes me rethink my next Luger purchase as I don’t have a good shooter.
Jim
 
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