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  1. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    DWM Luger with serno 4191 with an a under it
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  2. New Collectors Board
    I know this is a subjective question but I wanted to see the responses. I am partial towards the ww2 production lugers because of the stamps and codes and stuff. But when it comes down to the actual look of the guns like strawed parts and bluing, I admit that other periods of luger production...
  3. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    http://www.rockislandauction.com/viewitem/aid/55/lid/1589 A Hitlers Personal Guards Gun😯 This is the High-End Luger what you can buy (when you are Rich😉) It is remember me on the Zielgerät 1229 „Vampir“ active infrared device developed.Or the Krummlauf. Ultra HighTech for this Time when you...
  4. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Just wanted to share some pictures of my first Luger P08 pistol. It is a 1921 police model with the sear safety. All metal parts are fully matching from what I can tell and seems original finish. Magazine is unnumbered and also the grip plates have different numbers on them. Looking forward for...
  5. 1900-1918 DWM
    This has features of a 7.65 test Luger but is outside of the standard serial range. #7637 I would appreciate any insights as some things look odd to me even as a novice. (Ie Mis-colored barrel. Bluing missing under safety lever. Flaming bomb stamp on side plate and on frame. Possible number...
  6. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    Hello, I’m new in the forum, reading the posts here I already learned a lot about Luger pistols. I’m looking for more information about my Luger 1911 DWM, S/N 8000, all matching numbers but the magazine. It has an R on the outside of the grip and Ritter written on the inside of the grip...
  7. New Collectors Board
    Good Afternoon Everyone, Just got this Luger from an older gentleman(80), said it was his dad's, dad got it while he was in the service, dad passed away when he was 5 and hes just held onto it since then. From my bit of searching it looks like it is possibly a 1900 American Eagle Military...
  8. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hello, I just acquired this DWM luger #51s chambered in 9mm with a blank chamber, Crown N proof, early Nazi acceptance stamps on the right of the receiver and on the left of the barrel, another indescernable marking on the right of the receiver, military-style serial number locations, and some...
  9. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    For many, many years Luger experts have believed that the Circle-B proof mark on the left-side receiver of the M1906 Brazilian Contract Lugers were to indicate a contract for Brazil besides the extractor marking being in Portuguese which is logical. On a recent post about a fine and quite rare...
  10. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    Hello all. My 1917 DWM Serial# 8174 came with the matching "+" magazine and another non-matching mag marked "1968" Looking for the original wooden bottom "8174". Would be nifty to send the "1968" back home to it's original pistol. Let the power of LugerFORUMS be unleashed!! Keep me posted...
  11. New Collectors Board
    I have come across this Luger, and was wondering if the group here could provide some help with additional information and a general idea of the value. My understanding is that it is a DWM 1920's era in "shooter luger" condition. The toggle, hold open, and the grips do not match (grips do not...
  12. New Collectors Board
    I have a Luger I inherited from my grandmother. I know it is DWM, crown N, .30 cal, has serial number 9960, with 60 on all smaller parts. I can't identify the marking under the serial number. Is it some sort of n, h, or r? I attach a few pics. Thanks in advance, Dwayne G
  13. New Collectors Board
    Hi! First off: the pictures. The only things not pictured: The damaged wooden base of the magazine is glued up pretty bad so I can't tell whether it's matching. The last two digits of the serial is stamped all over on smaller parts (so it looks all matching) though I haven't taken it apart...
  14. 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...
  15. 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...
  16. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Greetings everyone, names Terry. I am trying to gather all the info I can, caliber, history, explanations of each making, etc, on this 1920 DWM luger. All numbers match including the magazine. Odd thing is that it looks like Simpson proof marks on barrel. Please hit me with whatcha got. Trying...
  17. 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)...
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