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Old September 3, 2008, 10:00 PM   #4
w_houle
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Join Date: March 29, 2007
Location: Junction City, KS
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I don't remember many of the marks on the pistol. The ones I remember was the nice DWM over the chamber, lower case v, MADE IN GERMANY on the right side. I don't remember caliber marks on the gun, but the price tag and receipt was marked 9mm. Someone told me it was the 1926 Commercial Variant, and that by the import stamp had to have been imported into the U.S. before 1968.
It's okay thought, all of the guns that I managed to hold onto I lost during my divorce. I just wish I had known it was the caliber it was in, because I would have realized how hard ammunition was going to be to get and wouldn't have bought it. Had that have been my only Luger, I would think they were all pieces of ****.
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