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  1. 1930-1942 Mauser
    Please post information and photos of your Mauser Banner Swedish Commercials. I would like to compare the differences of known examples of this set of banners. It seems some were rust blue frames with salt blue barrel/receivers and some were all salt blue. Some had Kal. 7.65 on the side of the...
  2. New Collectors Board
    Looking for assistance in learning anything more I can about this luger I picked up. I know it's a bring back, and I'm told all the serials match (all that I can see do, including magazine). From what I've gathered via Google it appears to be an early 1940/42 out of mauserwerke(sp?) as its...
  3. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hello all, this is my first post. I have been reading these posts and have been very impressed with the accumulated wisdom here and your willingness to share what you know. I have a 1940 Luger but w/DWM toggle and almost all #s matching. I know the toggle doesn't belong. Also note the small 42...
  4. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Recently picked up this 1940 luger all matching numbers sn 482d looking to get others opinions on its condition and value. Grips are wooden and have no serial number but do have a 655 waffenmatt. It came with two magazines one wood bottomed and one marked fxo. the gun also has 8.82 on the...
  5. German: German Mfg. (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters.
    Did any early 1940 P38 holsters have brass hardware? I've never seen the latch hardware in brass, but my dilemma is that I've never seen repro's made with brass hardware either. Another crime against humanity is going down at...
  6. Want to Buy Trader
    I would like to buy a magazine to go with my 99% condition 1940 dated P08 Mauser, SN 2409 a. I have one nearly new looking matching magazine (the spare with a "+" stamped on its base) and would like to buy or trade for another magazine in the 1940 "a" series. the magazine that matches the gun...
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