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Afrikakorps Luger

1936 Mauser S/42 "Afrikakorps" Luger Rig: This early pre-war 1936 was assigned to the legendary General Rommel's Afrika Corps which joined the Axis ally Italy in Northern Africa. A wondful all matching Parabellum with dated holster, tropical belt and sand finished Wehrmacht buckle.  See "More Pictures" for display page.


1942 Mauser byf "Black Widow" Luger Rig: 1942 was the last year of the dated Luger contract production for Mauser. 9mm All matching with two black magazines and an E135 proofed loading tool in a 1942 Brown leather holter that is very hard for the collector to find today.

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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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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
1941 byf SS Officers Full Rig 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. . MORE PICTURES   (1406) NewLAYAWAY
1940 Mauser Luger

1940 Dated 42 Code: This is a 1940 Chamber dated Mauser Code 42 built for the German military. All matching and in minty condition this Parabellum is 9mm with a 4" (100mm) barrel that is proofed and serial numbered to the gun.  (1903)


Swiss Transitional Luger

1899 Swiss Transitional (#11) This is a 1900 produced with the characteristics of the pre-production Swiss contract.  A must have for the early Swiss collectors.


1940 Mauser "Dutch" Banner: This was a contract gun made for the Dutch with the "Rust" thumb safety and Double Sided extractor but not delivered because of the German invasion of the low countries. Quite Rare.

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.44 Magnum Desert Eagle Mark VII:  This is a 1990's still in the original box Desert Eagle, the most powerful handgun in its time.


1937 Luger

1937 Mauser S/42 Known as an 'early 37' these Parabellums were the last of the rust blued with straw blued parts. Made in just the first few months of 1937 these gun in such minty condition go to the top of any collectors list.

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1902 American Eagle Cartridge Counter Evolving from the introduction of the 9mm Cartridge by Georg Luger these (only 50) American Eagle Fat Barrels were the first 9mm's build and represent an evolution in handguns.

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1930 Mauser "Broomhandle" model with the long 8mm barrel, 7.63mm cartridge and 10 round magazine. Primo condition.


Ideal Stock


1900 DWM American Eagle w/Ideal Stock: This is an early 1900 with the very rare stock made before the Parabellum had a stock lug and requires the associated grips.  Works as a belt holster and shoulder stock.                MORE PICTURES (1913) New

1914 DWM Imperial Rig:  This is an all-matching 9mm Parabellum issued in 1914 (102 years ago) to the German Imperial Army Artillery School. It is unit marked and comes with a period holster, belt and field style belt buckle, two matching magazines and a loading tool


1906 DWM Swiss Cross

This is a Swiss Model 1906 manufactured by DWM at their factory in Berlin for Swiss military use. Numbering on the 06 DWM Swiss began at 5001 in 1906 with 600 guns delivered. This puts this Luger into mid-1908 for presentation.


1906 Swiss Waffenfabrik Bern




1906 American Eagle 7.65mm This is the classic 1906 American Eagle Luger.  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. These were the export guns, stamped Germany and meant for the American market.  READ MORE   (1959)

1936 (Engraved 1941) Presentation Krieghoff.  This magnificent gun is truly a work of engraving art produced by the believed to be Karl Kolb of Suhl for Ernst Wilhelm Hans Bohle, Gauleiter der Auslandsorganisation & SS-Obergruppenfuehrer (3 Star General) in the SS. Found by Charles Kenyon noted Luger author in books & magazine in Bermuda.

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1945 Engraved Presentation Krieghoff  This historical gun was presented by the Krieghoff family (Krieghoff letter included) to Frank Butterfield who assisted the family in moving from the US conquered portion of Suhl before it was turned over to the Russians as part of the Potsdam agreement.

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Police Luger

1941 Mauser Banner Police Eagle L. This is a commercial Parabellum produced by Mauser for the SS Occupying Police units that is marked in the military manner but not with military proofs.  The lone proof is the Eagle L of the German Police.  Extraordinary condition.


1849 Dutch

1940 Mauser Banner Dutch Contract  Mauser had a contract with the Dutch for the Parabellum ready to ship when Germany invaded the low countries and these "Rust" marked Dutch intended guns were re-assigned. This is a very difficult to find gun for both the Dutch and Banner colector.

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41/42 Kü [1941 Dated & Mauser Code]; The 41/42 Mauser frame and toggle is one caught between the transition of the Parabellum in 1931 from the Production Code. This is the legendary Kü apparently assembled by Krieghoff from Mauser made parts after the end of P08 production in 1942

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This is a 1898-99 Transitional Parabellum with a 175mm barrel, un-reinforced rear sight, hatched cut dished toggles,with many of the parts indicating this is a 1898 Transitional Pattern with the intertwined GL on the rear toggle. This amazing, one of one, Transitional Parabellum created before the 1900 adoption by the Swiss. (1563)  1899 Transitional Luger   

1908 Bulgarian1842


"S" Code early 1936 Krieghoff

(1788)  "S" Code Krieghoff  

1906 Portuguese Navy
1906 Portuguese

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1928 Dutch Navy Luger

(1736) 1928 Dutch Navy



1923 Commercial  (1320)

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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  Flash Suppressor  See Accessories Accessories

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