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The Classic 41-42 Black Widow Rig: This is the most sought after Black Widow produced in January 1941 under the old code "42" to produce the 41-42; immediately followed in production with the "byf" code. Comes with a super rare code "42" original loading tool and  in a '41' dated holster with the second black widow magazine. As good as it gets.

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1918 Royal Arsenal at Erfurt This is a rather beautiful model of the end-of-the war 1918 Erfurt. This is a 9mm Parabellum with the 100mm barrel and all the proofs anyone could want.  Looking for a new home and collector. MORE PICTURES    (2040) New 
Walther 1945 [ac45] P-38 This is a rather beautiful model of the end-of-the war ac code (Walther produced) P38 with a pig skinned leather holster. All matching this P38 is one of the best we have ever seen from the ac45 code year P-38's.  All match with all the proper proofs in the standard 9mm war-time production this gun is really great for the collector or someone that wants to shoot one of the last P-38's produced.  Click on More Pictures for a page of the internal pictures of this fine Walther production gun.
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1906 Swiss Cross in Shield: This was originally issued in 1909 at a time the Swiss were changing their National Insignia to the heraldic background. This was in the final lot that DWM made for the Swiss and finished in Berlin rather than sent to Bern unnumbered in the white.
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1906 DWM Navy "Altered":  This is one of the nicest Imperial Navy Parabellum that we have had in a long time.  The 1906 came out with the "thumb down to fire" arangement when the 1908 was ordered with the "thumb safety up to fire" for the army. Logic recognized the usefullness of the latter so the Navy ordered these first produced Lugers to be returned for alteration.  This appears to be an unissued verision of this variation.
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1938 Mauser S/42 Full SS Rig: The very last of the pre-war Prabellum production this is a complete rig featuring an all matching minty 1938 S/42 Code 9mm Mauser with 2nd matching magazine, a very hard to find 1938 dated holster with a proofed cleaning tool, an SS Belt & early heavy medal SS Buckle with the hangers and chest straps. A supper war time battle field pickup.  Click on "More Pictures" for full picture layout.
(1939  ) New  SOLD
1915 Luger 1915 DWM Imperial Parabellum: One of the best early Parabellum with all the distinctive Imperial proofs. This Luger is in amazingly good shape for a 100 year old firearm and will be an a delightful addition to any collection. Click on "More Pictures" for full picture layout.

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1937 Mauser S/42 Full Rig:   This is an all matching very clean Mauser S/42 produced in early 1937 while utilized the rust blued finish and straw bluing on the trigger, thumb safety and other small parts.  In 1937 the change was affected to salt blue the entire gun and while still a beautiful finish it was the end of the "old style" manufacture that everyone wants.  A matching 1937 Holster and two matching magazines with a proofed loading tool.  Out of a very old collection and Looking for a New Home.

Dutch Luger

1922 Vickers (Dutch):  This one of 6,000 originally produced by Vickers (England) at the behest of DWM from an order of the Dutch but prohibited by the Treaty of Versailles from building it. Not only a quirk of history but a rare 1906 frame in a commercial configuration.
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1906 Model Swiss Bern: Producted under license from DWM the Swiss manufactured the Parabellum during WWI because the war demand on German manufacturing overcame its commercial business. Simply a beautiful reprsentation of the '06 Model and made until 1924 in this configuration.  This is a Swiss Military Model that had been released from service before the "P" [Privat] stamping on the frame.
1900 Model Swiss: This is the original contract for the Luger. Bought by the Swiss military and having all the early characteristics this is the one gun is you only have one Parabellum in your collection.  Visit more pictures to see the story.
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1917 Imperial 'Artillery':  This was produced by DWM during the First World War with the long barrel and issued with a stock to be a short carbine for the machine gun and artillery crews. Bargain priced for the collector of early Parabellums.

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1906 Swiss Commercial: This is the Classic 7.65mm squeeze grip Swiss early commercial Parabellum. When one decides to put the Luger in their collection the most recommended by collectors is the Swiss variations for their place in the pantheon of  Luger models.
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1916 Navy
1916 Navy This is a 1916 DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitions Fabriken)dated Navy;  with the 6 inch (150mm) barreled 9mm Parabellum. The Navy adjustable rear sight and matching Navy magazine. It also has a very unusual characteristic with an adjustable hold-open.   (1773)  MORE PICTURES  New(1773) 
1923 Long Barrel Carbine: This is a 1920's long barrel carbine with a full stock serial numbered to the gun. Really a beauty. MORE PICTURES    (1449) New
1928 DWM Dutch Navy This is a 1928 commercial 9mm, 100mm barrel without a grip safety but with a stock lug bought by contract for the Dutch Navy. Berlin-Karlsruher Industrie-Werke Aktiengesselshaft (BKIW) the successor to DWM.  Unique Dutch Navy Markings.       MORE PICTURES   (1830) New

1936 "36" Krieghoff Rig:  This is one of 500 known models of a super rare variation of the Legendary Krieghoff Luftwaffe contract of only 10,000 Parabellum.  A must have for the advanced collector and sought after world-wide for its craftsmanship, this is a full rig with an all matching 9mm P.08, a 1936 dated holster with Eagle 2 proofs, a Krieghoff proofed loading tool and a 2nd matching magazine.

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1906 American Eagle 7.65mm

  1906 American Eagle Luger

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1928 Dutch Navy Luger

1928 Dutch Navy

"S" Code early 1936 Krieghoff

(1788)  "S" Code Krieghoff  

1908 Steyr Pocket Derringer

1906 Swiss
Waffenfabrik Bern




1906 Portuguese Navy
1906 Portuguese

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1945 Krieghoff Presentation
"The Butterfield Luger"

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1899 Borchard
Transitional Luger
175mm barrel, un-reinforced rear sight GL intertwined on the rear toggle 
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