SKU: C15778



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30 LUGER; 98% blue, 95% straw, near mint bore, excellent grips, excellent stock, 12'' barrel, An exceptional all original example of this variation, and one of the best overall condition of this variation we have had. After WWI DWM began hastily producing these 1920 model carbines from some refurbished surplus parts and some new parts, in an effort to generate business. Featuring a 1906 style grip safety, serrated ramp front sight with a silver bead and a 300 meter sliding adjustable rear sight. Marked on top of the toggle with the DWM logo. A commercial crown/N proofs appears on the left side of the receiver. The extractor is marked on the left side "GELADEN". The safety area on the left side of the toggle housing is not marked. The left side rail is stamped "MADE IN GERMANY". The barrel, receiver and forend wedge have matching serial numbers. The rear toggle is numbered 90 and the sideplate is numbered 91 with the 1 overstamped 3 in commercial style on the bottom. The other parts are not numbered or proofed. Original factory blue finish, strawed small parts and checkered walnut grips and forend. Complete with the proper unmarked sheet steel wood bottom magazine and original walnut stock. The stock is not numbered, and is fitted with the original serrated plastic buttplate, which is not well fitted to the stock, as was common on this variation as not a lot of expert care was given to the overall fit and finish of parts on these guns. Includes an original 16 inch brass cleaning rod with oiler and an original leather sling. Condition: The blue finish shows some very minor sharp edge wear, with a minor scratch on the right side of the frame below the takedown lever. The strawed parts have uniform color overall. The grips have a couple very minor handling marks, with sharp checkering. The stock and forend have a few minor handling marks, the stock having a scratch on the left side behind the checkering. The checkering remians sharp on the forend and stock. The attaching iron on the stock retains 98% original blue finish and 95% straw on the locking lever. Mechanically excellent., s/n 1xx, Catalog Number D-256