World War 2 Lugers For Sale
4/16/13 - This is a very nice 1917 Police re-work Luger rig. Comes with a matching holster and a police-style Luger tool. About 98% finish. For more information see below.
2/18/14 - This is fairly rare and collectible Luger. Made in the 1920's for the commercial market, they were retailed by Krieghoff in Suhl, and so marked on the back of the toggle. See below...
1/27/14 - This is a MINT condition DWM Luger - commercial gun that was diverted to the police. It has the Police sear safety and 2 matching numbered police magazines. The front strap has the Police unit marking " S.B. 10850". See below for more information.
1/29/14 - This is a Nazi Mauser Luger from 1939. It has a "42 code" on the toggle which means it was produced in the Mauser factory. The original finish is about 90-93% with some spotting throughout the gun. See below for more information.
1/30/14 - This is a very Rare Luger Rig; properly not more than 100 made only a couple in existence. First, the gun is original finish and 99%. It started out for the military and has the standard 1939 S/42 marking (N block gun). See below for more information.
1/31/14 - This is a 1940 dated Police Mauser Banner Luger from World War II. It has the police sear safety which was added by the police departments as an extra precaution. The original finish is about 98% with excellent straps. See below for more information.
2/3/14 - This is a nice 1940 dated Mauser Luger with a matching magazine from World War II. The original finish is about 97-98% with only a few minor scratches on the left hand side of the pistol. All parts are matching and the right hand side of the slide is eagle/655 proofed. See below...
2/10/14 - This is a hard to find 1939 Police Eagle/C Mauser Banner Luger from World War II. According to Jan Still's book Axis Pistols there were only 2,850 of the Eagle/C Lugers produced compared...see below.
2/13/14 - This is a 1921 commercial Luger that was reworked for the Nazi Police during World War II. The original finish is about 95-96% with most the wear on the muzzle and side plate. See below for more information.
2/17/14 - This is a nice Mauser Banner Eagle/L from World War II. It has all matching parts including the magazine. The original finish is about 96% with slight wear on the muzzle and sideplate. The bore is excellent and shiny with strong lands and grooves.