As far as I know these WaA xxx are the stamps of the Inspector that accepted the item for the WaffenAmt and not the stamp for the company which would have been normally a three letter code (there were a few two letter codes also).
Waffenamt (WaA) was the German Army Weapons Agency. When the rearmament program began, Waffenamt inspection departments were established in each factory and armourers were encouraged...
The total possible Waffenamt numbers ranged from 1 to probably 999, and any gaps most likely indicate a situation where no Waffenamt Inspectorates were acti-vated. This is reflected in the actual number of known Waffenamt (Commission) numbers. The Waffenamt stamps (dies) themselves often varied in size and sometimes design, de-pending on the ...
Smooth action. 23" barrel. Caliber: 8mm. Mechanics are good. Operational. Stamped "AX" on receiver, which was the German WWII rifle ordnance code for Feinmechanische Werke GmbH, Erfurt, Altonaerstr. 25. Rifle has approximately six Waffenamt codes, which are inspection marks used on military equipment by the German Third Reich.
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The Waffenamt or Weapons Office inspectors stamp with the number 63 underneath correctly identifies the army weapon inspectors of this pistol as being assigned to Mauser Werke. The picture on the right is of the thumb safety lever. The thumb safety area of Luger pistols is marked on the frame to indicate the position of the thumb safety lever.