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quote:1910 DWM #9275 s
The piece is all matching #9275 s except for the barrel which is 7779-b.

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Navy marking on grip strap is Anchor/M over N.432. See Still "Weimar and early Nazi pages 203-205.

Can anyone advise if this m/m barrel is typical of these Navy guns? I do know that it has been unchanged since the end of WW-2. A value would also be appreciated.

I don't have the gun yet so cannot supply more photos or details at this time.

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Taudelt, Orv,

This one started life as a 1904 Navy. Rebarreled and rear sight modification. I trust that the toggle rear-end has been replaced/renumbered as well?
 

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Taudelt, Orv,

This one started life as a 1904 Navy. Rebarreled and rear sight modification. I trust that the toggle rear-end has been replaced/renumbered as well?
 

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OK...finally got the gun and have posted photos on:

http://img29.photobucket.com/albums/v87/Reichol71/

Take a look and tell me what I have? Some have told me it is a legitimate Post WW-1 rework...other say it is just parts?

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Orv........ IMHO parts....... interesting parts but still not what I would think of as a "rework". I'm seeing different barrel and frame numbers. The 81 on the pin is no big deal but if I'm seeing 23 on the sideplate that would make 4 different numbers. If it is a 75 it could go along with the frame. I'm sure some of the other guys are much better on the technical points on what really is considered a rework or reissue. The detailed pictures explain why the stock lug with the 1910 barrel date.
 
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