Here is a somewhat rare firearm. In 1923, Stoeger, Inc. purchased the American patent for the "Luger" name for the import of German made parabellum pistols into the US and Stoeger retains that US patent. In 1991, Houston, TX based Aimco, Inc. began making an all new replica of the original Georg Luger design. Originally, Mitchell Arms, Inc., under the "Mitchell" name marketed Aimco’s "new" Luger pistol. Stoeger, Inc. bought the marketing rights to the Aimco pistols in 1994 and the Luger name again appeared on this great toggle-action automatic. The Stoeger American Eagle was made from precision stainless steel investment castings and was CNC machined for a smooth, precision fit with a corrosion-resistant finish. The stainless is finished in a combination of high polish on most surfaces, with a non-reflective gray sandblasted finish on the recessed areas of the frame and to the rear of the toggle handles. This is a NEW Stoeger American Eagle Luger in 9 mm Para. Cal., with a 4 inch barrel. The last two of these I saw went at auction for over $1,000.00. and a pair of consecutive serial numbered pieces went for well over $2,000.00.
Other features include checkered American walnut grips, SS loading tool and two SS magazines.The original Doskosil lockable hard case with the Aimco user manual and all the associated paperwork included.
We will haggle with the high bidder if close to the reserve. We will ship only to a licensed FFL Dealer. Buyer pays shipping; payment is in money order, cashier’s check or personal check (which will need to clear before shipping).
Here is a somewhat rare firearm. In 1923, Stoeger, Inc. purchased the American patent for the Luger name for the import of German made parabellum pistols int
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