7/12/21 - This is an excellent example of a Navy Luger rig issued to the Imperial German Navy in 1917. The gun is all matching and has the proper "Crown M" proofs. The gun comes with a matching numbered stock and magazine, but the magazine was renumbered to match. We are less certain on the stock, but it's also possible the numbering on the stock is not factory original. It is, however, an original example of the very rare Navy marked stock. It has retained about 97% of its original finish. There are hints of wear on the side plate and side rails. There is spotty oxidation on the whole underside of the frame and both straps. Comes with excellent un-numbered grips. Excellent bore - shiny with strong rifling and some very light freckling here and there.