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    Default 1929 Police #4405u L.Me.130

    1929 Police - #4405u - L-Me.130 - With Sear Safety & Uncut Mag Safety - Matching Mags - Tool & Holster
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    Got to love that one! Double matched all over the place!
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    Can't get any better than that! Excellent kit!

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    DAMN.....that is Beautiful...
    "Always improve your position"
    "When it's over I want to hit the ground like a spent shell"

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    Nice work Bill. Very nice example.
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    Sooooo nice.
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    The workmanship during this period at Mauser was fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJS57 View Post
    The workmanship during this period at Mauser was fantastic.
    At Mauser? Were these not still DWM (BKIW) made? Though the 1934 Mausers are quite nice for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 03man View Post
    At Mauser? Were these not still DWM (BKIW) made? Though the 1934 Mausers are quite nice for sure.
    The "u" block and early "v" block are believed to have been manufactured & assembled at BKIW just before transferring the machinery and unfinished pistols/parts to Mauser in 1930.

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