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I own the pistol listed above. It is in excellent shape and has its matching numbered magazine.
On the rear metal grip is stamped(?) 122.P.5.4. I presume that this is pistol #4 of the 5th Company, But what does the P. represent?
Thanks in advance for any help.

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Your Luger is in my data base and I think the P. is an R.

* 1910 DWM, s/n 5530c : 122.R.5.4. - (122 Füsilier--Regiment, Kompagnie 5, Waffe Nr. 4)

This is a Wurttenburg Regiment that was part of the 26th,105th and 243rd Division during World War I.
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Your Luger is in my data base and I think the P. is an R.

* 1910 DWM, s/n 5530c : 122.R.5.4. - (122 Füsilier--Regiment, Kompagnie 5, Waffe Nr. 4)

This is a Wurttenburg Regiment that was part of the 26th,105th and 243rd Division during World War I.
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Your photographs probably had spaces or something other than numbers and letters in the names. Eliminate spaces and other stuff and repost.
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Your photographs probably had spaces or something other than numbers and letters in the names. Eliminate spaces and other stuff and repost.
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Above is the cover and title page of the World War I Battle History of the Wurttenburg 122 Füsilier Regiment.

There are a number of Lugers bearing the unit stamp of the 122 Fusilier Regiment listed below.
* 1916 Lange DWM, s/n unk: Fus.R.122.5.10. - (Füsilier-Regiment 122, Kompagnie 5, Waffe Nr. 10)
* 1916 Lange DWM, s/n 5146a: FÜS.R.122.5.10 - (Füsilier-Regiment 122, Kompagnie 5, Waffe Nr. 10)
* 1916 Lange DWM, : 122.R.12.5. - (122 Füsilier-Regiment, Kompagnie 12, Waffe Nr. 5)
* 1916 DWM, s/n unk : 122.R.9. - (122 Füsilier-Regiment, Stab, Waffe Nr. 9)
* 1912 ERFURT, s/n 9587 : 122.R.1.18. - (122 Füsilier-Regiment, Kompagnie 1, Waffe Nr. 18)
* 1910 DWM, s/n 5530c : 122.R.5.4. - (122 Füsilier--Regiment, Kompagnie 5, Waffe Nr. 4)
* 1916 Lange DWM, s/n 335b : 122.R.M.W.45. - (122 Infanterie-Regiment , Minenwerfer-Kompagnie, Waffe Nr. 45)
* 1915 DWM, s/n 5506a : L.J.R.122.1.K. - (Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment 122, 1 Kompagnie)
* 1917 ERFURT, s/n 3469b : L.J.R.122.1.K. - (Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment 122, 1 Kompagnie)
* 1917 ERFURT, s/n 71xxh : M.C..K.L.122.N.4. - (leichter Maschinengewehr-Trupp, 10 Kompagnie,
Landwehr-Infanterie-Regiment 122, , Waffe Nr. 4)


Below, are some Luger holster photographs from the 122 Füsilier Regiments World War I Battle History.



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Regimental Staff discussing battle plans. Note: the shoulder strap suspended P08 holster on one officer.


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Serbia: some Fusilier’s take a break and enjoy a drink. Note: the P08 armed Fusilier holding the bottle.

If a photograph of one of these 122 Fusilier Regiment Lugers is available please post it here. Thanks
Jan
 
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