2/22/21 - This is a nice example of a Mauser Luger issued to the Nazi military in 1938. The gun is all matching and has the proper "Eagle 63" military proofs. It comes with a nice 1937-dated holster, an "Eagle 63" tool, and two matching magazines. However, the numbers on the bottom of the mags look suspect to us. The gun has retained roughly 85% of its bluing. There is thinning on the straps, barrel and chamber and areas of minor wear around the muzzle, side plate, and high edges. It seems to us that the areas of thinning were touched up with cold bluing. Comes with excellent matching-numbered grips. The rifling in the bore is a bit worn, and there is minor pitting throughout.