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Lugers 1900 - 1918

Article about: Gents, if you have any lugers between 1900 - 1918 can you post them here? I will try and keep a record on the front page of maker, year and serial number for reference 1. 1916 DWM Serial No:

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    This bit here
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    Ben

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    From what I have learned from you Habicht this 1912 model has the long safety sear that was removed?
    Ben, the sear is in the original long form.

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    I am still waiting for my 1915 to arrive, it should not be long now, it has the same sear
    Ben

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    1915 dated P08s also had a long sear.

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    Commonly credited as a 1902 model the serial number is 24650. The fitted case is a modern reproduction.
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    1915 DWM made luger
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    I have a 1916 DWM; a darn shame about the corrosion; other then that it is in very nice condition and a good shooting gun:








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    Your 1916 is in what we would call very good shape for a firearm that is almost 100 years old. Is it all matching numbers? The pitting in the area on the side is not uncommon. Great looking Luger!!!



    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Nice looking Luger, even with the pitting : )
    Ben

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    Here is mine. 1917 Erfurt












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