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  1. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    Greetings all. It took a good bit of effort but brought this over from Germany. Came from a household sale in Kreuztal near Siegen Nordrhein-Westfalen. On the reverse is in a Latin cursive penciled mark from his mother in German translated, "In memory of your brother, Karl". Karl is identified...
  2. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    I am looking at a LP08 holster, in pretty good condition at a decent price, marked RICH. M"A"NEL (or possibly H"A"NEL) DRESDEN 1917 I haven't found anything on this manufacturer. Has anyone heard of it? Also, I have a mag pouch labeled I-KO MUNCHEN 18 Does this ring a bell for anyone?
  3. New Collectors Board
    Hi, I'm looking around for an artillery luger after market (or original if one can be found) stock. These are what i found, Anyone have any personal recommendations? I'm after one that looks good, has good build quality, and is the most legit reproduction (or original too of course). These are...
  4. New Collectors Board
    https://www.gunbroker.com/item/847097217 Just looking for some feedback, and if anyone can tell me anything interesting about this beautiful piece of history as well. Excited to get my hands on it, and even more excited to learn more about it! Thanks!
  5. New Collectors Board
    Hi folks, I got a call yesterday to assist an older guy, he found several weapons in his parents farm after they passed away. So, went to there, the classic huntingrifles aside there was only one weapons of any interest. A DWM 1917 Luger Artillery. Including the holster. All visual serials...
  6. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    By the time I felt my research into Luger SN 1682i was done (see “Revisiting Sleuthing A Suhl Area Rework”), I thought I was pretty hot stuff. I’ve since come to understand how incredibly patient, welcoming, and helpful all the people I’ve met on this board have been with me, as I’ve seen that...
  7. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    My Dad passed away on 12/31/16. He was a member of the 3rd Platoon, 99th Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop, 99th Infantry Division, which served in Belgium and Germany from November 1944 through May 1945. He was a radio man (T/5) on an armored car named "Alice Kaput." We buried him on Thursday...
  8. New Collectors Board
    I'm trying to better identify what I have. I understand this to be an artillery luger with matching serial numbers 642 (and then 42 stamped on all other pieces). It is a 1917. Please see pictures and thank you very much in advance for your knowledge, expertise and help! If you can help...
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