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1900 America Eagle "Test" Luger This is a 1900 Model, 7.65mm with a Type II thumb safety and an old style leaf type.  There is an "American Eagle" from the US Great Seal over the Chamber and the DWM (Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken AG) on the first toggle link.  This  Luger has all the characteristics of the American Eagle Test Luger of the US Military Test Guns from the trials conducted in 1901 and fall with in the accepted serial number range with a Serial 6960. (1888)  1900 American Eagle Test Luger  PENDING

1924/29 Three Line Stoeger. Customized by Stoeger with a 9mm, 8" (150mm Navy) barrel all matching Parabellum.  Begun as an "alphabet" early contract gun and when offered by the Stoeger catalog in various barrel lengths it was modified and the third line added in a very clean and excellent example of the very rare Stoeger model long barrel Lugers.  Stoeger 3 Line Navy   (1890) 

This is a 1941 Chamber dated "41" Mauser byf built by contract for the German Schutzstaffel SS after the German Army contract for the P-38 was in production. The SS had their own procurement system.   This Parabellum is 9mm with a 4" (100mm) barrel that is proofed and serial numbered to the gun.  Serial number placement is in the military ("exposed") style.  41 Mauser byf SS Rig      (1406)

1924 DWM/Simson Police. This is a beautiful example of the Model 1908 DWM (Deutsches Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co) Manufactured Pistole-08 as a commercial Luger and converted to police use. The barrel tells us that it was replaced by Simson & Co., the only company authorized to build Lugers after the great war by the Treaty of Versailles.   (1096)  1924 DWM/Simson Police Rig    
1940 Mauser Commercial Dutch Contract:   This is a war time contract ordered by the Dutch to fight the Japanese in Indochina when the invasion of the Netherlands in May 1940 lost Mauser a customer for this contract. Only 600 of this variation are reported and this is a "'must have' for the Dutch collector at a bargain price.      Dutch 1940 Banner     (1735) 

1906 Navy Altered: This is a very early pistol in the Luger contract series with the Imperial Navy. This is a 1906 DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitions Fabriken)Altered Issue.  This piece is a 6 inch (150mm) barreled 9mm Parabellum all-matching with the Navy adjustable rear sight and matching Navy magazine.   The thumb safety is marked "Gesichert" and when exposed (safety down) means safe. This Luger is also unit marked to II Torpedo Division. (1631)  1906 Navy Altered  

This is a Swiss Model 1906 manufactured by the Swiss at their factory in Bern Switzerland For their military use.  This is a 7.65mm caliber with a 120mm (4 3/4") barrel.  The grips are distinctive of the early '06 1st variation with the plain border and make this a very handsome model for the collector.  The gun comes with a military holster. 1906 Swiss Bern Rig (1796) 

1915 Artillery Rig:  This is a completely matching, fully rigged, 1915 Dated, DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitions Fabriken) WWI Imperial "Artillery" Luger with a matching magazine. The chamber marking represent the military contract year of production and this example is a 1914 model Luger with the short frame, long sear and stock attachment.  1915 Artillery Rig  (1435) SOLD
This is one of the most highly coveted war-time Mauser Lugers. The 41-42 is the only two digit date in conjunction with the 42 code. This is a 9mm Parabellum with the short Mauser frame (+2mm) a stock lug and the 4" (100mm) barrel. This is a battlefield rig with a period holster, all matching Luger, loading tool and extra magazine.  (1441)

Mauser 41/42 Luftschutz Rig   SOLD

 

1937 Mauser S/42 SA Rig This is a 1934 Model Pistole 08 military gun manufactured by Mauser in 1937. This Parabellum is a 4 inch (100 mm) barrel in 9mm. All matching with a 1937 Brown Leather Holster. This Luger is offered with the entire rig from an Early SA [Sturm Abteilung (Storm Section)] Member of the Berlin-Brandenberg Gruppe.   (1898)   '37 SA Marked Rig  SOLD
This is a 1900 Model American Eagle, 7.65mm (.30 Cal Luger), the "old model" transitional frame with a Type II thumb safety and is not marked but is polished with the extractor the old style leaf type.  There is an "American Eagle" from the US Great Seal over the Chamber.  1900 American Eagle    (1819)

This is a excellent example of the 1920 Model DWM (Deutsches Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co) sporting carbine. These were a limited manufacture for the "light rifle market". The barrel is 300mm long with a ramp front sight and came in the 7.65mm (.30 Cal Luger).  These guns utilized the "short" frame and sear of the later models along with the characteristic diced toggles. 1920 Luger Carbine  (1552)

This is an unfired, new-in-box, Smith & Wesson Model 29 [Dirty Harry] .44 Magnum. The Smith & Wesson Model 29 is a six-shot, double-action revolver chambered for the .44 Magnum cartridge and manufactured by the U.S. company Smith & Wesson. (1875)    Mod 29-2 .44 Magnum   

1928 Dutch Navy Luger: This is a 1928 commercial 9mm on a new 1908 Model frame, 100mm barrel without a grip safety but with a stock lug bought by contract for the Dutch Navy.  "RUST" with an arrow curving downwards above the thumb safety lever and "GELADEN" on both sides of the extractor. The Dutch labeled this as the M1 and only 1484 were delivered in 1928/1930  (1736)  1928 Dutch Navy 

This is a post-WWI Parabellum built from the existing stock of parts when production stopped suddenly in November 1918 with the Armistice and abdication of the Kaiser. This is a 1923 as a 7.65mm designated by the manufacturer, DWM (Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken AG),  on the first toggle link and built for export.  . 1923 Commercial   (1320)

This is a very unusual gun that has an amazing forensic history that can take you in many directions.  A DWM Frame, a Crown N proofed barrel gauge but not serial numbered to the gun on a 1937 Mauser receiver putting the assembly date at least after 1937 and more than likely assembled at the end of the war for the Volkssturm. (1859)      LAYAWAY      1937 VOPO Luger   

This is a DWM (Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken AG) 1918 Military Model, 9mm Parabellum with that has been re-worked. probably at the end of the war and assembled from parts.   Several people have asked us to provide a "Shooter" so they can enjoy a Luger without worrying about denigrating the value.  (1121)   $1500.00

1918 Imperial Shooter  EClick Button for Page Layout

This is a 1900/1903 Model Transitional early numbered "10055" Parabellum manufactured by DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitions Fabriken) in Berlin. This is the classic 7.65mm Luger with the old frame, 120mm pencil barrel, long sear, new extractor and hatched toggles to name a few of the characteristics of the early transitional 1903 Luger.  This is a rare example representing the transition between the the 1900 dished toggles and leaf extractor and the 1906 model with a new extractor and curled knob toggles but still retaining the grip safety and thumb-up safety. This is a very rare collector Parabellum offered cased. (1594)

1903 Commercial Transition Luger  EClick Button for Page Layout   

1922 Issued Navy Parabellum:  This is an excellent example of the 1908 Model Imperial  Navy 9mm Parabellum that was issued under the "i" block commercial numbering system after DWM produced the 92000 five digit series. This suffix has become known as the 'alphabet' series as most of these issued were all commercial firearms. This example has no import marks.  (1863) 1922 Commercial Navy   
1945 Presentation Krieghoff with Krieghoff Family Provenance: This is a post-war custom engraved Krieghoff that was presented to to Sergeant Frank Butterfield who was responsible for bringing the Krieghoff family out of the Soviet designated "zone" into the US area at the end of the war. This is an undated Krieghoff Parabellum with Eagle 2 H.K. proofs and post-war serial number 7. (1865)  1945 Krieghoff Presentation Luger

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The is an "S" Code early 1936 military Krieghoff.  This Luger has all matching serial numbers, a 9mm Luger has a 100mm barrel and bears the Krieghoff Suhl logo on the front link. There is a 'v' notch rear sight on the rear link and a full bladed inverted 'v' sight on the front.  This gun evidences the darker blue and high polish of the Krieghoff standard. (1788)    "S" Code Krieghoff  

This is a 9mm Luger manufactured by DWM for the Riff Tribe in Morocco. It has a 100mm (4") barrel, is modified as a police issue with a sear and magazine safety, plus it has a police unit identification markings. There is no chamber date or any manufacturers identification.  This is a complete rig with Police Style Holster, Police Belt & Buckle, Luger with Matching Magazine and extra magazine and tool in the holster. (1778)

1928 Berlin Police Rig

1900 Chilean Model Parabellum: The Chilean interest in the Luger ran parallel to the Dutch with military trials happening almost so simultaneously that some of the serial numbers were replicated on the documented test series.  Here is a chance to own a very early production Luger, in excellent condition with the very rare Chilean Crest. 1900 Chilean Presentation   (1844)                

1900 American Eagle Commercial:  This is a 1900 Model, 7.65mm (.30 Cal Luger) with the "old model" transitional long frame with a Type II thumb safety and is not stamped but is polished under the safety and the extractor is the leaf type. The Luger has a serial numbered  grip squeeze safety.  There is an "American Eagle" from the US Great Seal over the Chamber and the DWM (Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken AG) on the first toggle link.    (1576)

1900 American Eagle  HOLD

1906 American Eagle   From the 120mm barrel chambered for the 7.65mm cartridge this is a 'must have' for most American Eagle DWM Collectors. These were the first commercially sold in the US; DWM actually had to make the cartridges in those days. This is the classic 1906 American Eagle Luger that were the export guns, stamped Germany and meant for the American market. (1757)   1906 American Eagle  

This is an "1944 Krieghoff" with the following characteristics:  Krieghoff trademark logo with the sword/anchor and "HK Suhl". This is a 9mm has a 100mm barrel (4") barrel, a thumb safety lever with safe down marked Gesichert and the extractor is marked GELADEN (loaded).  The Luger has a hold open and stock lug. Eagle 2 proofs Stage I and Stage II are found throughout the gun. It has been stated that only 200 Lugers were produced in 1944.  1944 Krieghoff  (1851)

1900 Luger Early Parabellum  This is a 1900 Model, 7.65mm (.30 Cal Luger), the "old model" transitional frame with a Type II thumb safety and is not marked but is polished with the extractor the old style leaf type. There is an "American Eagle" from the US Great Seal over the Chamber and the DWM on the first toggle link.    (1819)    1900 American Eagle

1908 Bulgarian    This is a completely matching, Bulgarian 1908 Model (Dated by the Contract), DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitions Fabriken) WWI Luger with two matching magazines.  This is chambered for 9mm and has a standard 4" barrel fixed sights and walnut grips.   This Luger was manufactured for the Bulgarian army which was becoming organized after declaring its independence from the Ottoman Empire on September 22, 1908. A very unique specimen in good condition with a lot of history in a 105 year old gun. (1842)      1908 Bulgarian w.Holster

1902 9mm American Eagle Fat Barrel   In September 1902 DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken) began to manufacture the 9mm which was developed by Georg Luger after the military test trials in the United States.   These had the 4" (100mm) barrel that was a "thick" or "fat barrel" as they are known by collectors. Cased with extra magazines, loading tool, cleaning rod, pin punch and box of old ammunition.  Truly a collectors dream.     (1790)        1902 American Eagle Fat Barrel  

This is a excellent example of the 1920 Model DWM sporting carbine made for Brazil with a Carrada extractor. These were a limited manufacture for the "light rifle market". The barrel is 300mm long with a ramp front sight and came in the 7.65mm (.30 Cal Luger).  These guns utilized the "short" frame and sear of the later models along with the characteristic diced toggles. (1476)     1920 Brazilian Carbine

 DUTCH:   This is a 1928 commercial 9mm on a new 1906 Model frame, 100mm barrel with a grip safety and no stock lug. Berlin-Karlsruher Industrie-Werke Aktiengesselshaft (BKIW) bear the marking DWM the forward toggle link, "RUST" with an arrow curving upwards above the thumb safety lever and "GELADEN" on both sides of the extractor. The Dutch labeled this as the M11 and only 3,820 were delivered in 1927/1928  (1487       Dutch 1928 KOL   

This is a detachable flash suppressor designed for the Parabellum in both 9mm and 7.65mm. Designed by the Swiss and shown in the Still's Third Reich Lugers Page 175

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