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Unread 05-08-2002, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default Anyone recognize these grips?

These grips came off my oddball 41 date Luger with an S/42 toggle, all matching numbers. Ralph Shattuck verified this to be a true out-of-sequence pistol as described by Still. There is also the possibility that it is an end of the war PX Luger. Another explanation is that it has a wartime factory replacement toggle which was numbered to match the gun. This is doubtful, since the number dies on the toggle exactly match the numbers on the rest of the gun. Anyway, it came with these black coarsely checkered Bakelite, not flimsy plastic grips. They fit perfectly, but they do not appear to be Russian rework type grips, and neither Ralph nor I seem to recognize them. Anyone seen them before?






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