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1940 luger '42' code opinons?

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    Default 1940 luger '42' code opinons?

    I would just like to see what people think to this 1940 dated, '42' coded Luger? It's all matching except the magazine.

    Thanks for looking

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    Looks legit to me. Mauser Oberndorf code I believe. Grips on yours appear to be wood but I know plastic often found on P-08s. Looks original and unmessed with. Had one marked 42 made in 39 but was a reblue. I know these pistols are very valuable as last one I saw all matching was eighteen hundred bucks. Think you have a real score there. Thanks for showing.

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    I love these....very sexy pieces of art! This one looks great. Mauser9 is correct, I think Mauser made them from 40-42 if I remember correctly. Have you shot it yet?

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    Yeah this is amazing gun .
    http://suncoastarmory.com

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    All matching, original finish, no damage...looks like a fine Luger. Would be happy to have it myself. Bore sharp?
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Don't shoot it. No need to put any wear on it now.

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    Sorry to disappoint people (especially those in the US) but this example is in fact deactivated, but then as said - it certainly wont get worn any further....

    Thanks for the opinions!

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    The photo quality is bad, i cannot see the details clearly. It needs a better and closer hand inspection.
    Please send it over to me

    Great example, lucky guy.
    Cheers
    Nuno

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    Thanks Nuno,
    Here are some more pictures that I have of this one:

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    Quote by MG42 cra View Post
    Sorry to disappoint people (especially those in the US) but this example is in fact deactivated, but then as said - it certainly wont get worn any further....

    Thanks for the opinions!
    Don't feel too bad about a deact. Least it won't be damaged by firing. Saw one guy at my club firing a G-41 when the extractor and safety went south. Cut value by half.

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