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    Howard
    Do you really own a Schmeisser Mp 38. Next to Lugers that is very high on my list. Unfortunately, they will not let us own one where I live. I guess we are just not trustworthy.
    Thanks

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    Hello Don, Sorry to say I don't own a 38, i wish i did. We can only own rendered machine guns that are already in this country, no importing of de activated machine guns is allowed. So we are not trustworthy in our governments eyes either.
    Regards

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    Joop..... Caught up with my friend who owns 7026. They are all Gothic including the S in the S/42. There is no S in front of the S/42. He also had K mag #752a + with B-90 acceptance and no H on the spine.
    dave

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    Dave,

    Thank you for clearifying the #7026 properties. I have updated the listing.
    Joop van de Kant, co - author of:
    "The Mauser Parabellum 1930-1946"
    Analysis of a Million Luger Pistols

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    Survey updated

    K-date 2801 from SoldUSA.com, I left Navy Eagle out, needs close examination, also property stamp unknown.
    K-date 3771, plus early magazine with 'H' on spine from SoldUSA.com.
    Joop van de Kant, co - author of:
    "The Mauser Parabellum 1930-1946"
    Analysis of a Million Luger Pistols

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    Howard
    Tell me about Western Australia, I want to visit that part of your World before I "kick the bucket" so to speak. I have spent a lot of time doing my job (before retirement) all over the Pacific including "The Islands", the Far East, the Marshals, Fiji, etc. along with many other parts of the Pacific. Email [email protected] I'm very interested.
    Don

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    Hi,
    Here are my two K-dates:

    s/n 1062, O37 O37, all scriptic "S", no indent (unless it is very small or worn away), yes hump

    s/n 1145, O37 O37, all scriptic "S", no indent (unless it is very small or worn away), yes hump

    My eyes were not great at determining the front sight position but I will tentatively say both are not set back.

    Dave
    the Iowa holster collector

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    Joop,
    FYI, here is the data on my "K" date:
    1. SN is 8445, no suffix.
    2. B90,S91
    3. d. Gothic S on toggle, firing pin spring retainer
    Scriptic S on left side of front sight, and in frame well in
    front of trigger. There is also a partial Scriptic S in this
    well. No other "S"'s shown
    4. a.
    5. a.
    6. S/N is 1901a, proofed B90. Nothing on the spine.


    Remarks: there is a "B90" proof on the bottom of the receiver lug

    Sorry for the delay in answering your request. Hope this helps.

    Ronnie

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    Joop,

    I only have this mag that came with another gun. The proof is Ö|37 and there is nothing on the spine.

    Download Attachment: [img]images/icon_paperclip.gif[/img] K-date mag.jpg
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    Best regards,
    Don
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    Author of History Writ in Steel: German Police Markings 1900-1936
    Updated at: www.historywritinsteel.com

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    Ronnie,
    Thanks for your contribution to this survey.
    Yours is a late K-date, with both scriptic and gothic 's' stamps only spuriously present. I will list it.
    The magazine is an early G-date.
    Joop van de Kant, co - author of:
    "The Mauser Parabellum 1930-1946"
    Analysis of a Million Luger Pistols

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