This Swiss Luger 1906/29, produced in 1934, is in very good condition with 90% original finish. 5/5 Bore. All visible serial numbers are matching. Overall bluing is very dark with some edge wear or holster wear, with the receiver appearing slightly lighter than the frame. The left side of the frame has a small amount of holster wear on the forward edge, and light edge wear at the base of the grip. Trigger guard has some edge wear. Safety selector has finish wear in the middle of the selector and edge wear on the round knob. Takedown lever has a light amount of edge wear. Edge wear around the trigger plate and there is some finish wear on the high area. Some finish wear on the grip safety's left side. The right side of the frame has some holster wear at the forward edge. There is edge wear along the top of the frame, and some edge wear at the high area below the right side toggle grip. The left side of the receiver has some finish wear at the toggle grip, as well as a little bit of finish wear forward of the toggle grip. The right side of the receiver has some finish wear on the toggle grip, and edge wear on the receiver running through the forward end. Finish wear at the rear of the toggle, to the left and right of the front sight. Some holster wear at the muzzle, mostly on the right side. Swiss inspection stamp from Colonel Muhlemann to the left of the frame's serial number. Brick red Canevasite grips in good condition with sharp checkering. Included magazine is a 1906/24 magazine with wood base. Frame is P stamped. C&R Eligible. Very discreet import engraving.
This model has the standard 1906/29 features such as a new type toggle with flat, uncheckered toggle knobs; grip safety, wide trigger, narrow trigger guard and a straight grip front strap, no stock lug and barrel chambered in 7.65mm Luger.