I’m sure you would, but it sits cozy in my safe with its Austrian friends. It would be really nice if I could find the three parts I needed with “12” stamped on them. I’m sure there is more than one Luger out there with a serial number that ended in “12”. I’m still curious about that indentation in the left side. It fits the profile of a round nose 115 grain 9mm bullet really well. Just a guess, but I can’t help but wonder if this gun was struck by a 9mm round and the missing parts went flying off the gun. Did an allied soldier actually shoot this gun out of a Germans hand with a lucky shot? How did it find it’s way into the US? With that mystery behind it, do I really want to search for those parts? I’ve been looking for sources of Luger parts. I did find a vendor who makes stamps that look like the original type and font, but I don’t really want to do that.