All matching parts, including mag, and still Nazi-marked. Some barrel pitting, but that seems to be from war abuse. Otherwise, looks fantastic for gun of that age and background. She was made in the Mauser factory in 1942, the last year of production. This may have been one of the last Lugers ever made, as production was ceased in 1942 for the P-38, which Germany (West) would use through the 70's. The P-08 was Germany's standard sidearm for two world wars, and the second alone saw about 412k made. This is a Series F production, making it the 76,267th Luger produced in 1942. I was loathe to actually fire the gun, but after finding a real good deal on quality (read: clean) 9mm, I put a few rounds through it and it performs flawlessly. Its going to end up as a safe queen, but I'm glad to know it works as well as it did when its functionality meant life or death.