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  1. New Collectors Board
    I just picked up a Luger for free from a friend of mine, who picked it up from his cousin who is longer with us, and some various other old fire arms. Most of which in pretty poor condition, as well as the Luger… It is all matching as far as serial numbers go ending in 14, but there’s a slight...
  2. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hello, I have had this Luger for over a year, picking it up for a great price. It has all matching numbers(21) inside and out. I have been pondering it's originality and value, and appreciate that if you know anything to leave a comment. Thank you.
  3. New Collectors Board
    My family has recently discovered my Grandfathers Luger that we believe he acquired during his service in WWII. Some background on him in case it is helpful: He was stationed on the USS Franklin or CV-13 and was assigned to bombing squadron 13 as a gunner on an SB2C-3 Helldiver. He was on the...
  4. 1900-1918 : Austria-Hungary Pistols & Holsters
    Hello all! I please need your help: How can i disassemble the wooden plate on the right hand side of the pistole? i already disassembled everything on the pistole and need to get off the wood to clean the iron parts.... please help! i already looked up in the internet, there is no such video...
  5. New Collectors Board
    I just got this from a friend of the family to identify, i know its a luger but i dont know which or where it was made or when, can you guys help me figure it out??
  6. Model 79 and Model 83, holsters, unit markings.
    Hello everybody . I have been fortunate to get hold of a Model 1879 Reichsrevolver in Nice condition, With most of its original Brown finish intact and in exelent mecanical condition - exept from one detail: I came with a none functional, homemade lodinggatespring, and i am reaching out to you...
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