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  1. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hey guys, unfortunately this may be my first and last posting here. I have loved Lugers since my childhood, they're one of the most aesthetically pleasing, and beautifully functioning handguns I've ever laid eyes on. I recently was able to acquire one (at much financial disregard I might add)...
  2. New Collectors Board
    G'day Guys, This my first Luger - It is a Commercial Navy 1906 (6inch barrel, Grip safety, BUG marking, Safe in UP postion) It has the Geiherst on the bottom which is covered in the photos I used the online PDF doc to workout the markings...
  3. New Collectors Board
    My father acquired this P08 in 1965 from a friend in Chicago. It's prior history is unknown. Here's what I know: 9mm DWM on toggle Crown/N - indicating Commercial Sales S/N 2824 - I can't identify the "alpha" - please help There are no export markings such as "GERMANY" Strap says: "S. Sta. I...
  4. 1930-1942 Mauser
    So I finally purchased my first Luger. In an earlier thread I received some great general information on this gun that I was thinking about purchasing. It's a 1940 Mauser 9mm with matching parts with the exception of the magazine and grips. The grips are faux-wood grain, plastic. I would...
  5. New Collectors Board
    Hey folks, I was referred to this site by a fellow collector on another forum site, and he mentioned that this would be the place to get the scoop on what exactly I have. First off, I inherited 4 Lugers(among many other firearms) from my father who passed in 2009. I am just now getting to...
  6. New Collectors Board
    New to this site but hopefully I'm posting in the right place. I have an excellent condition Mauser Luger P.08 Artillery Model with an 8" barrel. If someone could tell me the value it would be greatly appreciated! The gun has the German Eagle printed on it in front of the serial number 518...
  7. German: Foreign Mfg. Pistols and Holsters.
    Can anyone tell me more or direct me to where I can learn about a pistol that my father brought back from WW2? I understand that the pistol is relatively rare and valuable but other than that I am in the dark. THE PISTOL IS NOT FOR SALE. SN: 76245 (Matching) (Is this a "low" number?)...
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