Standard configuration of M1900 with 4.75 tapered barrel with drift adjustable front sight and fixed V-notch rear sight. Flat top breech block, with toggle train having dished ears and anti-rebound arm. Blank chamber. Intertwined DWM on middle toggle link. Earliest type broad safety lever with large checkered head. Fully matching with complete serial number under barrel and forward frame. Last two digits on all the usual small parts, the magazine button having been renumbered, including matching grips. Correct original magazine, with flat checkered button, unmarked with base having inserted disks. No proofs and no import marks.
Scarce M1900 Swiss Commercial Luger, non-relieved frame, with correct flat-button magazine.
Arsenal refinish, now appearing as new, including vibrant strawed parts and crisply checkered grips. Thinning over dome of grip screws. Excellent+ original flat-button magazine. Generally bright bore with dulled grooves. Perfect manual mechanics. Your chance to own an early M1900 Swiss Luger with an unrelieved frame for a fraction of the price of an original finish pistol.