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Thread: 1936 S/42 Data Request

  1. #71
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    Default S/42 1936 sn 6358k

    Hello Jan,

    1936, S/42, sn 6358k, DE63 (lg), DE63 (sm), MTP, all matching
    parts. Back strap has stock lug

    1 Nickel plated mag matching# 6358k, DE63 (sm),

    Grips un-numbered.

    BRgds,
    ED

  2. #72
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    the suffix fo mine eventually is e

  3. #73
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    Jan 1936, S/42, #6242k, DE/63sm, DE/63sm,
    looks like MTP, grips unnumbered Russian Capture, no sear safety, grips not marked, no matching magazine but mag has WaA63 indicating Mauser...it does have a stock lug
    Last edited by XO3319; 09-21-2011 at 04:01 PM. Reason: added stuff

  4. #74
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    Hi Jan,

    FNG here to both Lugers and the forum. My new 1936 S/42 #5188o has the MTP with two other small "63" code eagles on the right side of the frame. Un-numbered grips, one matching number blued mag with another small "63" code proof eagle beneath the serial number on the aluminum mag base. It's an all-matching, 95% original finish blue, 90% straw beauty.

  5. #75
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    Hi Jan

    may be that you list this luger in your database.
    Once I started this thread:

    https://luger.gunboards.com/showthrea...irst-s-42-1936

    Barrell is dated 1936, the serial # is 8129 (suffix l), DE 63 (early type). All the part numbers are 29. The luger came with two matching magazines (nickel body) DE 63, the brown holster and the loading tool (DE 63). The holster is from 1937, Carl Weiss Braunschweig WaA 330.

    All correct?


    Best regards from Germany

    Bandido
    Qui desiderat pacem, bellum praeparat

  6. #76
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    1936
    Serial 9397g all matching numbers, except the magazine.
    DE/63 (sm) DE/63 (sm)
    S/42, Large "S"
    Un-numbered grips.
    Does have a stock lug.
    Ned

  7. #77
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    Here is another

    1936 S/42
    4716 k
    Matching parts save for magazine
    Early Test Proof
    Un-numbered grips
    Russian Capture

  8. #78
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    1936 S/42 DE63 DE63 MTP. Did not have magazines when purchased from Southern Ohio Guns. Grips were straight grooved plastic non-German? Possibly Russian.



    Grips shown are Vintage Industries BYF42 reproductions.




  9. #79
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    Jan, on a few 1936 Military Mausers, the earlier (K and G Date) style S/42 toggles with the closed "4" and tall "S" were used from inventory. Two examples from the "i" and "m" suffix groups.
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    abzug

  10. #80
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    Today I acquired S/42, 1936, #5159L, KM (N/1641), small DE/63, grips unnumbered, all original 92% finish, matched, Weimar era navy mag mismatched.
    Tim H.
    When once a Republic is corrupted, there is no possibility of remedying any of the growing evils but by removing the corruption and restoring its lost principles; every other correction is either useless or a new evil.
    ---Thomas Jefferson, 1808

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