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    Swiss luger 1906/1920 maybe rework?

    I bought last saturday a swiss luger 1906 with no military markings but german proof marks (N) the side plate and the dissamembly lever has other numbers than the rest of the parts. U-sights. A siwss luger 06/1920 shoud have the letter i, but there is no letter on my luger 06?!? The holster is from 1906.
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    That serial number indicates it is a Swissicon 1900 luger from 1904. I am not a Luger expert by any means hopefully someone can come along and provide more details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaglelord17 View Post
    That serial number indicates it is a Swissicon 1900 luger from 1904.
    Luger 1906/1920 rework have serial numbers from 2000-3600. I live in Switzerland know swiss lugers. The toggles on the swiss 1900 are completely different than the 1906

    Swiss luger 1900

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    More pictures. There ist one picture with Geladen (Ladestandsanzeiger i don't know the english word for it). Another picture shows the number 51 instead of 19 underneath the dissasembly lever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stern13 View Post
    (Ladestandsanzeiger
    Charge indicator or loaded indicator.
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    lade = loaded
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    Sorry i forgot the picture with the serial number in front of the frame.
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    If its a 1900/04 would it have the dished toggle assembly? This seems to be the later 1906/08 toggle? People here have always under rated the 7.65 Luger round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce McAskill View Post
    If its a 1900/04 would it have the dished toggle assembly? This seems to be the later 1906/08 toggle?
    The 1900 has the small grip safety in width as well. Mine has the larger variant of it from the swiss luger 1906. A 1900 swiss luger in good condition is around 3000 swiss francs or more in my country if you want one.


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