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    Here is a Luger that tells a lot of stories. Itís a 1911 Erfurt and it has a Nazi s/42 barrel and a depot mark on the slide. I have no idea what the clip is. I hope someone does. As far as I can tell from the rebuild marks it would have been done in 1939. The straw color parts were blued I assume when it was redone. The side plate is numbered on the bottom as was originally done and stamped on the side also as a 1939 would have been done.Hope you like it. Thanks Larry
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    Some more pictures
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    Cool Ingolstadt, thanks for sharing!

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    Was there a place in Ingolstadt that they rebuilt weapons? I am not well versed in this area.

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    Thatís the ordnance depot associated with the work on this pistol given the marking. Iím not a luger guy in the least so hopefully someone will chime in with more details as to their typical rework practices on pistols. I definitely think itís neat though!
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    Thanks again Clay! I appreciate your help! Larry

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    Any markings on the sides of the magazine? Could be East German made.

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    No markings. Thanks!

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    That is a beauty Larry. Amazing to think that not only survived both wars but to still be in such condition.
    Really nice. Thanks for posting it.

    Ray

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