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1939 Mauser Code 42 Nord See Nazi Navy 9mm full rig w/all-matching Luger, dated holster, loading too, 2 magazines, period belt and navy buckle. This is a minty 1939 code 42 that is North Sea marked full rigged with all-matching 9mm Parabellum. Must see!

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1906 Shield in Cross w.holster. This pristine example of the limited series of Swiss Cross in Shield in the 1906 squeeze grip model is the best of both worlds 1900/06. This gun represents the highlight of the craftsmanship available before the mass production of World War I. In fact Germany could only produce limited examples of this model while switching to military production for the German 1908 (P08).

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1900 Tansitional
1903 Tansitional Test Gun. 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. The pistol in the "New Model" form was as mechanically perfected and reliable as possible.  Offered cased with extra mgazines & loading tool. $16,595.00
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1906 Portuguese Royal Navy: Split lot contract gun with only 800 delivered before the abdication of Manuel II. See the Story at More Pictures. Very Rare

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King Carlos Luger
1900 King Carlos I: This is a one of 30 (1/30) test guns sent by DWM to Portugual in 1906 for the army to test. Beautifully struck initals of the King and the gun passed the tests. See More Pictures to learn the story. More Pictures (2145)  New
Russian Luger

1906 "Russian" The crown jewel of anyones squeeze grip collection the ultra rare "Russian" with the chamber marked crossed rifles and old Russian alphabet markings.  A must see & a must have for the rare gun collector. Click below on More Pictures.More Pictures   ( 2153)  New

1906 Navy Altered Short Barrel

1920's rebuilt 1906 Navy Altered. Treaty of Versailles stopped German Rearmament at NTE 100mm barrels so theye took Naval Pistols in reserve & 4" barrels. So you get an all matching 1906 Navy, fully proofed and fits in a standard holster. More PicturesNew(2172)Reduced

1935 Persian
1935 Persian Artillery Full Rig:  Mauser made two artillery model in 1934-35 for a contract to Iran (Persia) and Siam in very limited numbers. Here is the complete rig with all-matching Farsi lettered Parabellum, a holster and matching stock, straps, studs with a cleaning rod, loading tool & a two magazine pouch.  More Pictures(1928)   LAYAWAY

1936 Mauser S/42 Full Rig This one's a pre-war all-matching bring back with two matching magazine, a matched proof loading tool with a 1936 dated holster with the German soldiers name & data inside the holster.

If you want just one WWII Luger for your colletion this is it.

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1920's Luger Mannlicher Carbine 7.65mm with a German scope, All-Matching [Click on Gun for MORE PICTURES New (1564)

Fat Barrel

1902 American Eagle 9mm Fat Barrel  Upon Georg Luger's return from the first US Test Trials he invented the 9x9mm we use to this day. Read more, click More Pictures

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Sepp Dietrich

Josef Sepp Dietrich, SS-Oberstgruppenführer und Panzer-Generaloberst der Waffen-SS Josef "Sepp" Dietrich (Oberbefehlshaber 5. Panzerarmee). 17x24" painting by a German POW. Wooden frame & oil painting, (the eyes follow you). Great for a collectors display.

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1939 Swiss Military only 29940 built & refinished by Bern Factory, a jewel at bargain price. This gun was issued to the Swiss military in approximately 1939–44 for use in the armed services and was then retired and sold with the first option to the soldier that possessed it. No import marks. (2192)

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Dutch Luger

1911 DWM "Dutch" East Indies; This is a beautiful example of the early Dutch contract that was destined for combat in the East Indies.Only 4181 1906 Commercial 9mm Lugers were sold to the Dutch and delivered before WWI conversion to the P-08 and the production demands of Germany arming for the war stopped all the export contracs.

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1918 Luger

1918 DWM Post War: Made at the end of 1918 after the war; identical to the war models but without the Imperial Proofs, one of those one-off prizes,

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1922 DWM Safe & Loaded- This is a 1922 undated model DWM (Deutsches Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Co) Manufactured Pistole-08. This was a commercial five digit serial numbered Luger for export to the US in 7.65mm (.30 Cal Luger).  English markings on the gun.

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1920' 200mm (Artillery Barrel) American Eagle, factory made "salesman's" sample, one of three known,  Click More Pictures for full photo display.NewMore Pictures(   2127)

1900 American Eagle "Fat Barrel
Prototype "GL"

1902 Prototype "GL" Fat Barrel: This is truly a 1 of 1, Fat Barrel, "B" Suffix, 7.65mm. 10,000 serial number, American Eagle and topped with the "GL".

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1918 Luger

1918 Erfurt: Made at the Royal Arsenal at Erfurt this end of the war model is the perfect gun for anyone who enjoys the proof marks at the Erfurt factory employed during their time of production from 1911 through 1918.

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1915/1920 Double Date Unit Marked Police Rig: This gun speaks history with WWI Proofs and all matching gun & holster and unit marked to the Nazi Police era.

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1918 Erfurt

1918 Erfurt WWI: Made by the Royal Arsenal at Erfurt Germany for the Imperial Army at the end of WWI. These were the most proofed guns & a delight for the collector.  See picture album at

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1930 Simson
1930 (Undated) Simson full rig: Between the World Wars only Simson was permitted to build Lugers for the German Army. These rare Lugers were commercial quality and this is a all-matching rig with a Parabellum with two matching magazine, proofed loading tool and a Weimar holster. Just minty.
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1917 Navy Luger
1917 Imperial Navy Luger: This is a real gem for the WWI Navy collector with a very clean all matching Parabellum, a Navy Holster and a period cleaning rod. The last of the Navy's produced before the end of the war when the fleet was bottled by the British it has avoided the salty seas. See More Pictures.More Pictures  (2045)     
1906 Swiss

1906 Swiss Shield & Cross: This is a 1906 Model Swiss Contract manufactured by DWM. In 1909 the Swiss Federation changed their logo (heraldry) and the weapons they had ordered were now required to be switched to the Shield and Cross.More Pictures      (2142)       New

1900 Swiss Commercial: This is the classic 7.65mm Luger with the old frame, 120mm pencil barrel, long sear, steel spring flat extractor and dished toggles to name a few of the characteristics of the early 1900 Luger.

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1900 American Eagle Luger

1900 American Eagle: This is the classic 1900 that began the entire Luger Legacy. Flat top, long frame, pencil barrel and the deep American Eagle from the US Great Seal.

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1902 American Eagle Luger

1902 DWM American Eagle "Fat Barrel": This is 9mm Luger, the first commercially available 9mm semi-automatic model in the world. Developed for the 9mmx19mm round we use today this was Georg Luger's genius at work.

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