Here is one I found in a local shop, it was advertised online for quite a bit, long enough it took them 15minutes to find it. Like I said, I like oddities..
It's a Luger in .22lr, made by Stoeger, the same Stoeger who does shotguns, it's also owned by Benelli, it came with the original box, papers and has a fairly low 4 digit serial, in the 6xxx range. Production started in '69 and in '85 it ceased. It's an early one having the aluminium frame, later ones have a steel frame, it also sports the knurled grips, where most are smooth. Near as I can find out, Stoeger has or had owned the exclusive "Luger" licensing and naming rights to include manufacturing and importation for the US market. So, I guess technically, maybe, it is a real Luger, at least by name. It maintains some of the the basic form and utilizes a simplified Luger toggle style lock modified for blowback operation of the small 22lr round and overall it's is alot simpler in operation. The magazine holds 10rds and it has a last shot hold open.
I had to try it in the little daylight I had, so it chewed through 10rds of MiniMags without a hitch, then I cleaned it up and put it away for another day. I figure no guilt shooting this vs my other real Lugers, almost all the looks, close in action and none of the guilt, or.....risk or cost.