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I know I've read before where Nazi marked military Lugers with a "U" proofmark indicate something specific, but I've forgotten what that was. Currently there is a Luger on Guns International with a "U" proofmark along with a few other uncommon markings. Can you take a look at it and refresh my memory as to what that indicates? It is a 1940, Code 42, military issue. Here's the link: https://www.gunsinternational.com/g...pistols/ww2-military-luger-code-42-mauser.cfm
 

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Link gets an error.

Often the Oberndorf Mauser plant worked with the Ulm proof house, which used a Crown/"U".

There are variants involving proofing by the Russian/East German rework operations. This one is an exampple:

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