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Selected here from my collection is a rather decent example of a 211 waffenamted G Date Luger and its 1935 dated holster. I have been told that the 211 waffenamted example is quite scarce and not readily found. In fact, I've been told that it is the rarest of all the G Dates, if so then enjoy viewing a complete rig.

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137.76 KB The date is 1935 for those who have difficulty when trying to read the markings.

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105.65 KB The second or one farthest to the left is the final acceptance stamp. The other one is S92.

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What really amazes me , is all the G Dates that one can find and really exceptional examples at that, but K Dates are still an uncommon gun. I realize that there is a numbers game here but still,with only one year apart in production, an awlful lot of G Dates can be had. My reasoning for this perhaps was that maybe they went/issued to staff members rather than combat units, hence the survibility rate was higher and condition being better. Who knows !?! If I had to wish for anything, one would be for a 30 second history orientation from each of my pieces.
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