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  1. 1900-1918 DWM
    Hello, my grandfather owned this gun that he probably got from a dead German soldier in the Finnish civil war in April 1918. The pistol is marked with 1918 and the serial number 3045 as indicated on the attached photos. Is it possible to identify where it was produced? For the sake of history...
  2. 1900-1918: Luger Unit Markings
    Hey, just acquired an Erfurt 1918 P-08. I'm a Luger novice and am not familiar with the markings. Are they unit markings? I can post photos if someone can assist. Would love to know where it wouldve been in WW1. Thanks!
  3. New Collectors Board
    I sell a few firearms and I know some about many but when it comes to lugers I know nothing. A friend asked me to list his Luger on one of the auction sites or my own website. I took several pictures and of course I wanted to let the pro's tell me what they think. Any and all information would...
  4. New Collectors Board
    see pics SN 8864, 64 on all parts 1918 1920 barrel 3 inch
  5. New Collectors Board
    Hello, Recently I purchased this from an estate as a WWII take back. My guess that I have a DWM 1918 set of parts assembled post-treaty into a police gun. Numbers are overstamped at times, but consistent with (what I think) is factory work. The Alum mag and plastic grips threw me, but I had...
  6. New Collectors Board
    I need some help with a luger I won playing poker. It is a luger 9mm made by DWM. It has the 6 inch navy barrel on it and has 1918 stamped on top. The part # under the barrel ,but not on the barrel, is 6872 and under that # looks like a cursive lower case letter "L". It has 4 proof marks (three...
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    In 1988, I purchased for my father a 1918 DWM Luger from a dealer at the gun show in Denver, Co. The pistol was purchased as a shooter for $350 and is in great shape. My father passed and it was returned to me in 04' and its been sitting in a closet since then. Thanks to this website and...
  8. 1900-1918: Luger Holsters & Other Accessories
    Can anyone tell me about my holster marked L.Z. St. J Fbg. It also is dated 1918 with Moritz STECHER/ FREIBERG. (oops) What does all that mean and does anyone know which gun it belonged to?? I am about googled out trying to find info. Thanks!! :o
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