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  1. German: German Mfg. (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters.
    All - Can anyone identify whether Walther manufactured or outsourced its hard rubber grips for the early Walther PP's prior to turning to Trolitan phenolic grips? Who might have supplied hard rubber grips to Walther in this period of 1929-1934? So-called weighted grips (3rd variation) often...
  2. German: German Mfg. (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters.
    I own 761,769 which has these grips and The Pancho Collection (on line) shows identical grips on 761,071. This serial range falls within Marshall’s second variation, ring hammer sub-variation, that began around 756,000 and extends into the 770,000’s. Guns before these all have the heavy X grips...
  3. 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...
  4. Allied pistols used during WW1 and WWll
    Hello everyone! I hope someone can help me answer some questions about a piece of my family history which has become a bit of an obsession for me. I recently inherited my late grandfather's pistol. It appears to be a Clement model 1909/1910 .32 ACP (7.65mm) semiautomatic from Liege, Belgium. My...
  5. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    I have a question regarding the finish on Luger grips. I have the original grips off my Luger at this moment and a replacement pair that fits quite nicely. The question has to do with the original finish on Luger grips. Was it glossy or flat ? The original grips look somewhat glossy, but I...
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