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DWM 1915 Military Production Luger
This is a completely matching, 1915 Dated, DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitions Fabriken) WWI Imperial Luger with two magazines (unmatching) and holster. This is chambered for 9mm and has a standard 4″ (100mm) barrel fixed sights and walnut grips. This WWI Luger manufactured for standard issue firearm to the German military. A very unique specimen in good condition with a lot of history! The Luger has all matching numbers. The magazine is wood-based. The barrel and the receiver are marked with the full serial number and suffix. Additionally, there is 8.83 reflected on the barrel which was the proof marking of the diameter of the barrel. The grooves designed to be 9mm. These series of Lugers were produced from 1914 until 1918 for the German Military.
Serial number placement is in the military (“exposed”) style; displayed on the left side of the receiver, the side plate, the locking bolt, the sear bar safety, the extractor, the forward toggle link, the front of the frame, under the barrel, and on the side of the trigger. Although dated 1915 this is a 1914 Model Parabellum. The 1914 Model Luger is characterized by the short frame, the rear “V” cut fixed and front dovetailed sight and the frame with the stock lug. The right side of the receiver displays all the Imperial Army acceptance stamps. The plethora of serial numbers appears on the majority of the small parts.
This pistol includes two magazines and a leather holster, none of which match the serial numbers on the pistol.
Barrel Length: 4″
Year Made: 1915
Serial Number: 168gAdd to Cart