Standard configuration 1920 Commercial Luger with 3.75” barrel, drift adjustable front sight and fixed rear sight. Blank chamber with Crown/N on left receiver. Full SN with letter suffix under barrel and on forward frame. All usually numbered small parts are matched with “93”. Major components are rust blued with strawed takedown lever, trigger, safety, ejector, and magazine release. Fire blued toggle pins, springs and grip screws. Checkered walnut grips, unnumbered. Tinned magazine body with correct plug marked “GERMANY”. Complete in modern leather bound presentation case, lined with green suede, compartmentalized for pistol, box of ammo, spare magazine and covered compartment for cleaning accessories that contain a reproduction takedown tool and case key. Gold/black “DWM/Berlin” label on inside lid.
Unusually nice DWM 1920 Commercial Luger in modern presentation case with takedown tool .
At least 98+% original rust blue with surprisingly strong front and back straps. Comparable condition strawed parts with no discernible touchup. Excellent grips with sharp checkering, minimal losses. Slight fading of grip screws. Excellent magazine with traces of verdigris. Mirror bright bore with strong rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. Reproduction case/takedown tool/key are as new. An extremely nice example of this common Luger, perfect to start a collection or shoot, wonderfully presented in case. A HISTORIC INVESTMENT!