Jan C. Still Lugerforums banner
1 - 4 of 4 Posts

·
Silver Bullet Member
Joined
·
94 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
This luger belongs to a friend. I am interested in Mauser code lugers and know little about Simpson’s. This pistol was taken from a German officer during WWII. It looks to have been refurbished by Simpson and a sear safety added. Finish is a beautiful rust blue, one of the best I’ve seen. My friend thinks he has both magazines. I took some pics of the one he brought along; it has matching number to the gun. Only thing I could find that is not matching is the trigger. It has number 74. Any information on this beautiful luger would be appreciated.

Download Attachment: DSCN0050.jpg
172.1KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0049.jpg
179.96KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0053.jpg
282.84KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0055.jpg
119.62KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0058.jpg
133.36KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0064.jpg
119.23KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0068.jpg
229.16KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0071.jpg
240.47KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0072.jpg
246.51KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0079.jpg
233.82KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0083.jpg
254.07KB

Download Attachment: DSCN0084.jpg
251.69KB
 

·
Administrator
Joined
·
15,547 Posts
John, Not only is it a Simson, which are not that plentiful, but it is a police model! As you said about the sear safety on the left, that is attached. Sear safeties were added after 1933, and are seen only on police guns. In addition, the magazine is the spare mag, which you can tell by the #2 on it. If he has both magazine, matching, then it is very rare and fairly valuable. I don't have one of these yet, and police simson are hard to find. If he decides to sell or trade, please have him consider me.

What is the number on the grips? Burnt in?? Ink, ??

Ed
 
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top