Luger Serial Numbers Lookup
Nov 25, 2011
Serial numbers started at 1000 for the 1903 Luger. The first serial number after that was 687 for the DWM rework of the 1904–1905 Luger.
May 31, 2010
Where is the serial number stamped on the Luger? Lugers were always marked on the left side of the barrel, just above the trigger. The serial number, or letter, of ‘J’ was always stamped on the side of the extractor, where it protruded from the ejection port.
“Luger (German, literally meaning “beaver”) was a gun invented in 1873 by German‑Austrian engineer Franz Walter Luger (; 7 October 1835 – 7 October 1892) and later patented under the name LUGER (Lugersche Familien-Zeitung).” “As with all serial numbers, the serial number of the Luger was assigned by the manufacturer, so that the information provided on the serial number is not sufficient to identify a firearm.” The Luger .
Feb 21, 2010
Luger serial number is 4 digit 1263 on both sides of the receiver. Luger pistol serial number is four digit for all weapons, the first four (1000 to 9999) should be on the left side of the receiver, and the last four (0 to 9) on the right, with the letter ‘J’ stamped on the extractor or side of the ejection port.
Oct 31, 2009
Luger serial number is a unique number from 4000 to 4999. Serial number follows the code. The serial number for a Luger pistol has 5 or 6 numbers, for example, 5456. The first two digits are always 4 and should be marked on the left side of the receiver, just above the trigger.
Oct 24, 2007
Luger serial number is a unique number from 1000 to 1999. Serial number follows the code. The serial number for a Luger pistol has 5 or 6 numbers, for example, 5543. The first two digits are always 4 and should be marked on the left side of the receiver, just above the trigger.
Oct 19, 2007
Each Luger should have the serial on the side, the frame and the barrel. They should be the same all three places.
Oct 8, 2007
Luger serial number are 5 to 6 digits. The first four digits are on the left side of the receiver, just above the trigger. The
Luger serial number lookup
Please remove the magazine and locate the four-digit serial number on the metal plate just in front of the trigger guard. This serial number is also stamped on the receiver below the barrel and on the sideplate. World .
1.28-in. barrel, 8.38mm caliber, luger. Serial range 1-20,000, ALL military contract.
A luger (or Luger) is a light machine gun chambered for the 8.38 mm cartridge. The Luger was also the preferred submachine gun of the German Federal German Nazi war police during World War II. The Luger used by Nazi security forces was a semi-automatic model. The principal manufacturers were .
Dec 11, 2007
My Luger serial number is AG261113. Can you tell me what the manufacturer is?
Dig a deep groove in the metal .
There should be two sets of numbers, one on the top of the receiver, the other beneath the barrel. A 1921 Luger, serial number 1451851921, for example, has the numbers 145185 on the top and 1921 on the bottom. World .
Apr 9, 2017
Stamped off serial number on the Luger barrel and receiver, with all matching numbers on top plate and receiver. I need help finding the number that will be stamped below the barrel. Thanks.
Dig out the serial number, which should be on the bottom of the barrel, under the trigger guard. World .
Luger Date Request Where can I order a carbine length luger? I would like to get mine with the full length barrel. So if I need to order one, which is the number I should use?
Serial number on barrel underside, in front of trigger guard, resembles two crossed rifles. World .
Apr 14, 2020
I have a 1930s 4in barrel Luger with a serial # of 1266. Was wondering if it was a military contract, and from which armory?
Serial number stamped on trigger guard in front of trigger, with all others matching, all in range 1-10,000, some with “f” suffix added to numbers. World .
Serial number on top of receiver where receiver would normally be, instead appears to be on barrel top. The serial number below the barrel, if any, is a two digit number.
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