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Consider yourself corrected! <BG> A close look at any 1917/1918 Luger by either manufacturer will show machine markings that won't be nearly as obvious on an earlier - even most 1916 - Lugers. The exterior finish most assuredly suffered as the war drew to a close. The one thing that, IMO, didn't suffer was the reliability of the later Lugers. They seem to be as functional as the earlier guns and the parts that matter during the function of the gun will be properly fitted and finished for reliable operation.
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