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  1. 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...
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    Dear all, I was hoping to use your collective wisdoms to help identify a Luger P.08 which we have found amongst my late grandfather’s stuff. My Grandfather was born in Ahar- Iran (1920) and moved to Tehran at some point in the late 1970’s before the revolution in Iran. Nobody in the family had...
  3. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    I acquired this BYF 1942 model and it has an unusual proof mark on the side of the barrel extension. I have been unable to find any info on it. The gun has obviously been re-finished. I took it apart and all of the numbers match, except for the grips. Is this some sort of arsenal rebuild mark...
  4. 1933-1945: Luger Holsters -Magazines
    Hi all, I would like to see if anyone has seen enough of these to let me know if this item is authentic or a reproduction. It came with a 1942 luger so I naturally assumed that it was issued with the pistol. Let me know your thoughts and I can provide additional pictures if needed
  5. New Collectors Board
    Hi! I've obtained a restricted (plumbed, not functioning) Luger. I'm not really sure how to identify it, so it would be great to get some help :) I think it is put together from two different lugers, since the numbers aren't matching. its 6639, and 09. It says byf on the top, and 1920 (which is...
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