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Thread: 1940/1941 DATES MILITARY CODES 42 and byf DATA

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    George
    You have a byf 42. See the link below:
    * BYF CODE, 42 DATED, LUGER, sn 135c Jan C Still
    http://www.gunboards.com/luger/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=200

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    One more addition if you please;
    42 byf s/n 2238b, E135.

    Larry

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    Hi Jan,
    Here are 2 more for you:

    42/1940 S/N 413g E/655 E/655 LTP

    byf41 S/N 17u E/655 E/655 LTP P08 on slide


    Regards,
    Mike

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    Jan,
    1940 Code 42 S/N 518b E655 E655 LTP
    1940 Code 42 S/N 1220K E655 E655 LTP
    41 Code 42 S/N 8535n E655 E655 LTP-P08 on frame
    41 byf S/N 4208z E655 E655 LTP P08 on frame
    Lyn

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    Larry, Mike, and Lyn
    Thanks for the information. Table updated.
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    Jan byf 41 5185q 655 655 ltp P.08 left frame vopo bullseye grips matching mag

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    About a year ago at the big Reno show I showed this code 42 1940 date Luger serial 4324g to Jan Still. Condition is 99% with only the slightest sign of blue wear to the side plate. All numbers match including the magazine. Grips are brown plastic. Jan removed the grips and pronounced them authentic. Then he took a grip screw and tried to fit it into one of the threaded holes on the grip inner surfaces. The screws seemed to big to fit. We didn't know what to make of it. Are the grips questionable? Why would someone put a set of repro grips on a virtually mint pistol?
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    Aaron....... I have 6 pairs of H.K. brown plastic like yours and 1 set of so called "Ritzman" grips. All have 4 holes and all are too small for the grip screws. Five came on what I feel are original H.K. guns and the last set came off a vet bring back 1911 DWM that had been reworked for the police and was in a WWII holster and I feel has not been messed with since it came back.
    dave

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    Thanks for your input. I am certain the grips are authentic, just as you are. Now we need to know how many brown grips are around that actually accept grip screws and how many do not.

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    Jan,

    A few more for your list:

    1940 code 42 sn 1854n E655/E655,LTP

    41/42 sn 5762n E655/E655,LTP P.08 on left frame

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