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Luger 1914 Artillery dated 1914-1918 - Fitted with an 8" barrel and chambered for the 9mm parabellum cartridge, it features a nine-position adjustable sight that has a base that is an integral part of the barrel. This model has a stock lug and was furnished with a military-style flat board stock and holster rig. The chamber is dated 1914-1918, and the safety and extractor are both marked. this model was developed for artillery and machine gun crews; and many thousands were manufactured, with one- to five-digit serial numbers-some have letter suffixes. This model is quite desirable from a collector's standpoint and is rarer than its production figures would indicate. After the war many were destroyed as the allies deemed them more insidious than other models for some reason.
Exc.: $3000, Vgood: $2000, Good: $1200, Fair: $900
The Artillery holster: Exc.: $850, Vgood: $700, Good: $550
Magazines: Exc.: $150, Vgood: $125, Good: $90
This info was comprised from the latest edition of the Standard Catalog of Military Firearms.