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One of the world's most recognizable and collectible pistols, the German Luger was created in 1898 and used extensively during both world wars, being specifically remembered as the handgun of choice for the Nazis. The Luger was one of the first semi-automatic pistols, designed with toggle-lock action as opposed to the slide actions of almost every other semi-automatic pistol. This non-firing reproduction of a P-08 "pistol carbine" — a personal defense luger sporting a distinctive long barrel — features a realistic mechanism and textured black grips. Entire gun measures approximately 13¾" long.