The Luger model 1900 starts the gamut. The
Swiss Army was the first to adopt this model as their regular side arm. The only caliber
then available was the 7.65 mm Parabellum (bottle-neck case), the barrel was 120 mm
long. It is easily recognized by its cut-out toggle buttons. It bears a grip safety and
the magazine bottom is made of wood. The entwined scrolled DWM firm logo was stroken
on the flat top front link of the toggle. To get more information about this rare and
rather costly model , refer to our book .