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On today's Zoom my addition of a Kü Luger was discussed . It’s Kü after #1325. Unfortunately It was terribly neglected and arrived rusty and tired . I cleaned it up pretty well , but I have more to do . I put some nice authentic black grips on it for a little shazam , but I won’t separate the original wood ones that are numbered to the gun . The toggle is byf and the chamber date is 1941 . The rear toggle pin is blank , and the firing pin is numbered to the gun . The bolt has the LZA acceptance stamp as well as the right side of the receiver. The barrel also bears the LZA stamp and the W/154 stamp indicating a 1935 G Date production. The barrel is also marked S/42 which denotes armorers replacement.
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Ed, cool. I got the loading tool :giggle:
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