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  1. New Collectors Board
    Hello everyone, just picked up this Luger and I am new to them. I’ve been searching and researching what the correct magazine would be for this gun. It came with an aluminum base magazine stamped with a non matching serial number and different suffix. From what I have gathered, a FX0 magazine...
  2. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    I do not have this Luger in hand yet and just want to ask what y’all think about it. I don’t know if there are any tell tale signs that it’s a faked 41/42 Luger. All the numbers match and look legitimate. Just interested to see if y’all see something I don’t.
  3. New Collectors Board
    Hello experts, I picked up this pistol on a bit of a spur of the moment decision. From what I've seen so far, from the outside all the numbers match (except there is no number on the sear bar). After doing some research, I noticed that a 41 Luger with the 135 mark is a bit uncommon so that's a...
  4. 1933-1945: Krieghoff Lugers. Luftwaffe
    Show and tell time, 1941 Krieghoff serial number 11655, description I give and will be referencing to Randall Gibson book on Krieghoff Luger's. Please see page 178 and 179 of his book some of the outstanding features of this Luger are as follows, Toggle logo is classified C-3, extractor die type...
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