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I recently purchased a luger with an ERMA 22 conversion already installed on it. Without the original toggle assembly I need some help in order to confirm if the gun was manufactured by ERFURT so I can search for toggle assembly with a 72 s/n.

All parts (save the toggle & magazine which are missing) are matching including the grips. No import stamps found.

Is this an Erfurt Military...?

Tommy Burt



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Father left me a 1918 luger similar to the 1918 Erfut (tbbrazil) described above without the ERMA 22 conversion. My luger has different stamps/engravings (four) on the area of the pistol immediately behind the barrel (see tbbrazil's download attachments - the third one). I do not know anything about this Luger's market. I am considering donating it to the National Firearms museum if this museum wants it. My father also returned from Normandy with a P-38, a "Mod. 98" rifle and a " Chatelleiaul Mle 1892" rifle that I would like to find out more about. Please advise!
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Father left me a 1918 luger similar to the 1918 Erfut (tbbrazil) described above without the ERMA 22 conversion. My luger has different stamps/engravings (four) on the area of the pistol immediately behind the barrel (see tbbrazil's download attachments - the third one). I do not know anything about this Luger's market. I am considering donating it to the National Firearms museum if this museum wants it. My father also returned from Normandy with a P-38, a "Mod. 98" rifle and a " Chatelleiaul Mle 1892" rifle that I would like to find out more about. Please advise!
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Ed,

Apologies that no one got around to addressing your question sooner. Need to know many more details--are there other markins on the gun, is the fourth symbol--the eagle--identical to the one posted above or different, what is stamped on the front toggle, etc. Pictures would be best.

--Dwight
 
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