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Unread 11-28-2022, 12:08 AM   #1
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Acquired a Simson undated P-08. Mag safety,(clipped) and sear safety. Sn 1028a. All the parts are acceptance stamped E/6, except the trigger and one grip screw which are E/33. The trigger is sn matching. Only a single E/6 acceptance on the right of the receiver, and a single E/6 on the stock lug. Matching mag E/6 heel, toe and spine. Photos attached.



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Unread 11-28-2022, 11:41 AM   #2
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Very nice

1028a is an anomaly ref the single E6, although 1014a is marked the same and a couple of others.

0836a E6 E
0846a E6 E
0863a E6 E
0874a e6 E6 E
1014a E6 E
1028a E6 E
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I thought it was odd that it only had a single e/6 at the bottom of the stock lug.
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I thought it was odd that it only had a single e/6 at the bottom of the stock lug.
I actually meant on the right side of the receiver, but you are also correct, finding no marking makes me think its a replacement frame. 2 is the most common, but I have seen / heard of a few only having one.
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It sure looks like it was all "born together" on close examination. The fonts on the SN top and bottom match up nicely. But, I wasn't there when it was built, so who really knows?
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You didn't find that in Alaska did you ?
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No. It came out of Florida. A Gunbonker auction. It was mislisted as a "Simons" luger....
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Nice, Most Lugers here are few and far between. I've only ever purchased one locally and he was a super nice older fellow. I look for him at all the shows now
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