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I just got this from a friend of the family to identify, i know its a luger but i dont know which or where it was made or when, can you guys help me figure it out??
 

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It was made by DWM, not sure what year, probaly around WWI. It had a sear safety added for police work. I am sure other members will add much more information.
 

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You need to post closer, lighter, and well focused photos of all markings and numbers on the pistol; if you want good
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It's been refinished, and all originally strawed parts are blued. The chamber date may have been removed. If it shoots well, it's probably worth in the neighborhood of $800.
 

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It's been refinished, and all originally strawed parts are blued. The chamber date may have been removed. If it shoots well, it's probably worth in the neighborhood of $800.
I wonder how much $800 is in Serbia?
 

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Why, about 84,400 dinars... of course. :)
 

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I can't make out the first inspector's mark on the right side of the receiver, but the double Crown/S would place this DWM in late production between 1916-1918.
Ron
 
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