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1933 FORD NUT said:
ALWAYS take a good one with when I look at another .

That’s awesome advice for any Luger collector purchase
It is, however, variations can be huge because of storage, original bluing etc. I say this because my friend Bill Munis had a huge collection. He pulled out 5 1937's if I remember right and asked me which one was a reblue (answer was always none of them), and he liked nice looking guns. I found it amazing how many looked a bit different, although I agree with what is said, the more guns you can look at the better.
I have seen some Very black Simson's, personally I don't like them, but if the other features are good, i.e. no rounded, left ear looks normal, etc, then it is likely good. Just my 2 cents :)
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