Nazi WWII Mauser P.08 M1934 42 Code Luger 9mm Semi-Auto Pistol MFD 1941 C&R

SOLD FOR: $1385

LSB#: 210331RM01

Make: Mauser

Model: Luger Model P.08

Serial Number: 367o

Year of Manufacture: 1941

Caliber: 9mm Luger

Action Type: Toggle Type Striker-Fired Semi-Auto, Removable Magazine

Markings: The barrel extension is marked “41” on the chamber ring, the left is marked “367”. The bottom of the barrel is marked “367”, “8 82” and import-marked “INTERARMS ALEX. VA. / GERMANY 9mm P\08”. The toggle pin is marked “67”, found again on the top of the extractor, left of the breech-block, top-rear of the front toggle, back of the rear toggle, the safety, the bolt stop, the sideplate, the trigger, and left of the firing pin. The front toggle link has “42”. The left of the extractor is marked “GELADEN”. The left of the breech-bolt is marked with an eagle clutching swastika, found again on the right of the barrel and the right of the barrel extension. The barrel extension also has eagle over “655” waffenamts. The right of the barrel has an eagle over “655” waffenamt. The floorplate of each magazine is marked “367” and “1”, the tin-plated magazine’s floorplate also has an eagle clutching swastika next to “L”. The spine of the tin-plated magazine is marked “S” and eagle over “6”. The inside of each grip panel has an eagle over “655” waffenamt.

Barrel Length: 4”

Sights / Optics: The front sight is a serrated ramp blade dovetailed to a base at the muzzle. The rear sight is a “V”-notch integral to the rear toggle link.

Stock Configuration & Condition: The grips are two piece checkered walnut. The grips have light handling wear with a few scattered nicks and scratches. The right panel has a few patches of compressed checkers, the checkering is otherwise well defined. There are no chips or cracks. Overall, the grips are in about Very Good condition.

Type of Finish: Blued

Finish Originality: Refinished, some parts may be force-matched.

Bore Condition: The bore is semi-bright with sharp rifling. There is some scattered light erosion in the bore.

Overall Condition: This pistol retains about 95% of its current metal finish. The finish is generally strong with most notable finish loss being handling wear in the grip areas. There are some scattered minor nicks, and scratches. The finish is thinning at some edges, most notable at the muzzle. The screw heads are lightly tool marked with strong slots. The markings are clear, the import markings are through the finish. Overall, this pistol is in about Very Good-plus condition as refinished.

Mechanics: The action functions correctly. There is barely perceptible play between the barrel assembly and frame. We did not fire this pistol. As with all used firearms, a thorough cleaning may be necessary to meet your maintenance standards.

Box, Paperwork & Accessories: This pistol comes in a two-piece cardboard box with a cloth pouch for the pistol, Interarms paperwork including manual, takedown tool and a total of two 8-round magazines. The box has moderate-heavy wear with fraying and tears at edges and corners, discoloration, and tape repairs around the outside, in about Poor-Fair condition. Both magazines have alloy floorplates, one has a blued body and one has a tin-plated body. The magazines have light operational wear, infrequent minor surface oxidation, intact feed lips and strong springs, in about Very Good condition.

Nazi WWII Mauser P.08 M1934 42 Code Luger 9mm Semi-Auto Pistol MFD 1941 C&R
Nazi WWII Mauser P.08 M1934 42 Code Luger 9mm Semi-Auto Pistol MFD 1941 C&R