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Jan,

Say you had a 1913, 1914, and a 1915 DWM all serial numbered #99 no suffix. And say you had a Type 1 military mag seral #99 no suffix. Which gun would it be proper to use it with?

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Please explain what a Type 1 military mag is. On page 125-126 of "Third Reich Lugers" a Type 1 Army mag is described that was used from 1934-1936. This hardly applies to Imperial Lugers. Imperial wood base magazines are described on page 81-82 and page 88 of "Imperial Lugers"
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Jan, I think that he was meaning a rolled and crimped tube. I would say that a wood bottom mag would "match" any date from 1911-1918? Aside from first issues, which had, the number stamped differently.
 

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Sorry guys.... I was looking at Don Hallock's list. I meant a nickle plated, wood bottomed, and horz. s/n; used pre and during WW1.

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There are members on this Forum that are as good or better than I at answering questions. It is best not to address questions specifically to me as you may preclude getting a better answer from a more knowledgeable collector. Real questions on this Forum keep me very busy.
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