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    Hi all. So, I have wanted to join the Luger club since I was a little boy. Today at a gunshow I finally got one. I paid $1,600 for it. It is a mismatch, having the serial number 6596 (or 96) on the barrel and reciever, as well as some other places, but 16 in two places on the toggle, and 12 on...
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    Hello all! I just inherited this Luger from my grandfather who said his father brought it back from WW1. I was hoping you all could tell me a little more about it. Thanks in advance!
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    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??
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    I just acquired this Luger P08 pistol for my collection. It's a Mauser 1937 pistol with matching numbers on the frame/parts but the barrel have almost no markings. Only a number 3 (by the way there is a number 3 engraved too on the rear-right-top part of the pistol) on the top of the barrel, and...
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    My dad passed away 10 years ago and had a Luger in his closet. It was from a great uncle who was a paratroop in France WWII. It has Germany stamped on the right side above the trigger centerline of the barrel. It is a .30 cal luger. The s/n is 7519 underside of the barrel. A crown with an N...
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