Stoeger owned the "Luger" name and could, if they wished, have put it on a carpet sweeper. The Stoeger Luger, aside from the toggle action, has almost nothing in common with the original German pistol in terms of design. (And of course the Stoeger Luger, being .22 caliber, is blowback; it does not need or have the locked breech of the original gun.)
I never owned a Stoeger Luger, but I have worked on a number of them and I wish I could be as positive about them as others are. If owners have had good results with them, that is great, but it is not always thus.