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  1. #41
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    Jeff, Tim and a j s
    Thanks for the banner information. Table updated.
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    Jan,

    Banner sn 7615x, 1941 small font, E/L, E/N, sear safety, 8,84 barrel guage, matching Army type 2 w/police 2, L/R grips are numbered and e/655 marked; muzzle crown is blued. Paul

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    Jan.... 1939 #328w. E/F C/U ..sear safety, SN but no gauge on barrel, wood grips with big 28, E/6 on sideplate, 3 matching mags.
    dave

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    Saw this at a gun shop at lunch;

    1. Serial number with suffix: 2919W
    2. Chamber date 1939
    3. Police stamp: ā€œE/Lā€.
    4. Commercial Proof: C/U
    5. Grips: numbered or not. UNKNOWN
    6. Sear safety present or not. Sear safety present
    7. Military acceptance stamp and location: none seen
    8. Mag does not match
    9. (Added Oct 8, 2007) Barrel serial number, gauge, or other barrel markings? Did not see any, but did not look for it.

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    Ed
    Thanks for the 1939 banner police information. Table updated.
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    Jan:

    Mine: Original blue, 95% all matching except mag.
    1. Serial number with suffix: 2391x
    2. Chamber date: 1940
    3. Police stamp: ā€œE/Lā€.
    4. Commercial Proof: E/N
    5. Grips: unnumbered; left is E/655, right is "V" only.
    6. Sear safety present.
    7. No military acceptance stamp.
    8. Mag: Haenel-trademarked extruded bright; body and bottom both E/L; bottom was ground and renumbered (French), and does not match gun.
    9. Barrel serial number: 2391; no gauge. Other barrel markings: Interarms import stamp @ 6 o'clock.

    This gun one of about 600 purchased from the French military in early 1980s.

    M

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    1940 Chamber, Serial No. 4995x parts matching
    Grips unnumbered, e/655 on both panels , No. "2" also on right grip
    Police Stamp E/L right receiver, Proof E/N left side of receiver and front sight base.
    Sear Safety
    One magazine numbered to gun. blued body " 1/ 4995 / x
    Barrel unnumbered, only proof/marking on left side with SU/75 [may be 72, stamp not clear] Does have 882 barrel gauge
    Last edited by StanD; 01-08-2009 at 01:10 AM.

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    Default 1941 Police Banner info

    Jan,

    I have the following Police banner

    1941 date
    Sn 1291 y
    E/N proof
    E/L acceptance
    Wood grips, numbered 41
    Sear safety intact
    8.83 barrel marking
    non-matching magazine
    Photos of this pistol are posted in the Commercial section.

    Frank

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    Mauser banner:

    1941w 1939 E/C, C/U, grips not numbered (marked L-5, R-F), sear present, E/6, mag 2 / 1941 / w /+ , bbl. partial 6 / 1941 / 8,83.

    This may turn out to be a complete rig. I am awaiting the delivery of the holster and tool with a possible second magazine. Here's to hoping.....

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    I need to amend some data for the above Luger:

    I discovered a C/U on the front side of the front sight base. It is faint, but there and complete. Also, the firing proof on the breech of the toggle appears to be a E/? as opposed to a C/U. The Eagle I speak of is a slightly larger version of the E/6 on the barrel.

    Any input is welcome!

    Semper Fi,

    Mike

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