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As far as Luftwaffe Lugers go, the LZA depot built guns ('Kü') are not exactly rare, but actual repairs of pistols damaged in combat are really, really tough. I have only ever seen a handful. In a previous life, this was a DWM of some description. At some point, it suffered very serious damage, probably from shrapnel hits, that destroyed most of the parts. It appears only the frame, breech block, and front toggle link were salvageable. Most of the replacement parts are S/42 spares, but the extractor and sear bar were made/accepted by HZa Ingolstadt.

As with most of the Luftwaffe repaired stuff, there is no way to know with certainty where this work was done, but if I had to guess I would say LZA Erding.
 

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Nice pistol with all the replacement parts. Thanks for sharing.
William
 
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