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  1. New Collectors Board
    Hi all, so I recently inherited a luger from my grandfather and tried to research it myself but I've hit a dead end and don't know where else to go. I have realized that the barrle and side plate are matching but from a different gun, but the biggest stump to me is it doesn't have a makers stamp...
  2. 1900-1918 : German (non-P08) Pistols & Holsters
    I have recently received what I believe to be a 9mm Mauser C96. I have not figured out whether it is an authentic "Red 9" or not. Upon carefully dropping a pin into the barrel, I got a rough I.D of .348. Which makes me believe it is a 9mm. It also comes with the 500 yard sights, 14 inch barrel...
  3. New Collectors Board
    I have a DWM luger from an unknown period that has been redone in a couple of areas. I'm hoping to get help on figuring out what happened to it. It has the commercial N-crown symbol, but also has C/S markings on the top of the upper and side. Any help would be appreciated.
  4. New Collectors Board
    Hi everyone, I was recently gifted a Luger from my father in-law. What I know of the gun is that he received it from his father after returning from WWII. Based on my limited research, it appears to be a commercial model, but I was hoping you guys could give me more information about this...
  5. New Collectors Board
    Hey guys. I’m having trouble identifying a 1916 luger I bought a couple of weeks ago. It was converted into a carbine by one of its previous owners, and I’m thinking about re-barreling it and removing the foregrip mounting bar, but I’m unsure if it started out its life as an army luger or a...
  6. New Collectors Board
    Hi all, I would like some help ID'ing this Luger. I am very new at this, so I am open to any correction! I initially believed it is an Erfurt No Date Rework (from The Standard Catalog of Luger, https://www.selfdefensefund.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Luger.pdf), index 80. This is because it...
  7. New Collectors Board
    I have been trying to identify a Luger that I received from my dad. He was able to save it from a buyback program which left us with no history from the previous owner. Any help you could give would be greatly appreciated.
  8. New Collectors Board
    Recently came into possession of a Luger SN N 8595. there is a mfr. stamp is Toggle I believe but really nothing else. Any info would be appreciated.
  9. New Collectors Board
    So a buddy of mine inherited this luger not knowing anything about it. He asked me if I could find some information it, so here I am asking you guys. If anyone has any ideas or information about this gun then I, and my friend, would greatly appreciate it. Thanks
  10. New Collectors Board
    Hello my friends, I need to know the year of production and the exactly model of this luger, could you please help me? Here are some pictures of it with it's proof marks. The serial number of the frame is #91746 , and this #...46 match with the other parts of this gun. Thank you in advance!
  11. 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??
  12. New Collectors Board
    Hi there! I received this Luger as a gift. I would like to identify the military/police unit it was in. The grip has a stamp which appears like SSVI, where the second S is X'ed. Also, the first two S's look like they are upside down. May be they are two different stamps? Please, refer to the...
  13. 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...
  14. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    Do all Erfurt magazines have one or two Crown-over-Old-German-letter stamps in their wood bases, including ones with no serial numbers? In several of my reference books, I read that Erfurt magazines have flattened pyramid points on their loading buttons and that DWM magazines have sharp points...
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