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I really appreciated the advice and comments below regarding my S42 1937, so I thought I would post my other P08. I posted before on the other forum so it may look familiar to some here. This was the first functional P08 that I owned, bought it from a man who swore it was a bringback. Its fully matching including two magazines, bore is mint, just overall in pristine condition. Came with the holster , loading tool and a cleaning rod, which I do not know if it is correct or not. Still struggling to learn as much as I can absorb about this fascinating collecting field. Thanks all.


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Hope I have not offended anyone with the EK1 and disc. The EK1 was brought home by my Dad. Thanks for looking.
 

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Holsters can be just about any age Josef, since your luger is a 1937, most collectors would try and find one from 1936 - 1938, but if the 41 means 1941, then it would be four years off, but not "incorrect".

I don't know about the tool, maybe others would know if the Eagle 655 would be correct for this holster or 1937 gun.

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Holsters can be just about any age Josef, since your luger is a 1937, most collectors would try and find one from 1936 - 1938, but if the 41 means 1941, then it would be four years off, but not "incorrect".

I don't know about the tool, maybe others would know if the Eagle 655 would be correct for this holster or 1937 gun.

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That is an as-manufactured and issued 1941 Mauser luger rig. The tool and gun are Eagle 655 inspected. The two magazines are the factory issued magazines. The holster is a 1941 issue holster. My 41 Mauser luger also came back in a 41 dated black leather holster, coincidentally. Not only is everything in your luger rig correct, you also have a cleaning rod and that is very uncommon. Congratulations--now you know what a luger rig was like as actually carried by the soldier in WW2.
 

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That is an as-manufactured and issued 1941 Mauser luger rig. The tool and gun are Eagle 655 inspected. The two magazines are the factory issued magazines. The holster is a 1941 issue holster. My 41 Mauser luger also came back in a 41 dated black leather holster, coincidentally. Not only is everything in your luger rig correct, you also have a cleaning rod and that is very uncommon. Congratulations--now you know what a luger rig was like as actually carried by the soldier in WW2.
 
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