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Mitchell's Mausers Commemorative Lugers

Artillery Model, Navy Model, Army Model.

Mitchell's Mausers is offering a limited edition of 100 Luger pistols in commemoration of a century of the P-08. These are original Lugers made during World War I, the interwar period, or World War II.

These rare, quality Luger pistols are restored to military-new condition and are presented in presentation-grade form in French-fitted, American walnut cases. The manufacturer's name or code (as appropriate), the P-08 serial number, and the year of manufacture are engraved on the case lids.


The P-08 Lugers of World War I are presented with the Blue Max medal mounted in the presentation case lid with the appropriate Blue Max neck ribbon. The medal is engraved with the serial number of the P-08 Luger.


The Treaty of Versailles model, available in a small quantity, is a "Between the Wars" model. The treaty severely restricted arms production in post-World War I Germany, but the manufacture/remanufacture of P-08s was permitted. Therefore, these guns have two date/years marked on them. They come with the Blue Max medallion. The Knights Cross model is the World War II model of Nazi Germany dated from 1934 to 1942. These presentation-grade models have the Knights Cross with Oak Leaf fitted in the inside lid, and the cross is serial numbered to match the P-08.

For more information, contact Mitchell's Mausers, P.O. Box 9295, Fountain Valley, CA 92728; 800-274-4124.




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