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  1. New Collectors Board
    I've owned a 1917 Artillery Luger for about 8 years, and I'm currently in a dilemma. The gun is a shooter. Somewhere during it's lifetime it acquired a replacement coat. The frame and toggle were gold plated, while the barrel/receiver, rails, and small parts (that are usually strawed) were...
  2. 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...
  3. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    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...
  4. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    I bought this Arty that was advertised as a "DWM P08 Artillery Luger manufactured in 1914". Part of this is true, but what I believe I have is a 1914 Arty, manufactured by ? but not DWM based upon the Ser. # of 3098. The frame and barrel share this number. The toggle parts are 86, which, with...
  5. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    Hi, I recently received this stock. I first tought it was a FN hipower stock but it didn't fit. Then i tried it on a Luger and is slides on and lock. However, it looks odd to me. Can somebody help me out on this one? Thanks... thanks for the help! Paco
  6. 1900-1918: Luger Holsters & Other Accessories
    I'd be appreciative of any insights as to its origin and value. However I don't think I'll part with it any time soon. Thanks all.
  7. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    Hi All, Just got my first Artillery this week. He's a DWM, 1917 serial nbr 1710e. He has fine tune front and rear sights, nice checkering, all matching with no import/export marks. I'm not an expert but he looks to be in about 90% original blue and 70% straw. His magazine is a correct DWM...
  8. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    Hello, Bought a DWM "m" block 1917 Artillery Luger with 1920 property mark added. Gun is all original and matching except the mag. I'll post photos soon but meanwhile I was wondering if a 1920 overstamp LP-08 retaining it's original barrel date is uncommon. I have seen ex-artillery guns...
  9. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    I have a 1917 DWM Artillery with a broken pin that attaches the breech block and center toggle link. Approx. one half of pin will free fall out while the other half remains in place. Is the interference fit only between the pin and breech block ? Is clearance supposed to be between the pin and...
  10. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    I have been offered this seeming artillery luger but unlike other lugers i have owned in the past.I cannot identify the acceptance stamp marks.The serial numbers all match except the magazine.There is not a stamped date on the reciever. I hope the photographs help.the enhanced photo's show...
  11. New Collectors Board
    At a recent estate sale, I purchased four lugers. My intention is to sell them, but I have little experience with lugers. Any specific information on price or origin would be most appreciated. The lugers are: 1917 DWM artillery with matching serials on everything but the spare magazine 1916 DWM...
  12. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    I'm wondering if anyone would be kind enough to help me with a recent find. It's a 1914 Erfurt Artillery Luger (#354) with suffix "a". The numbers match on the gun, inside and out, including grips, and the iron attachment on the stock. The stock is unit marked "4.A.R.5.32." and also carries a...
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