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  1. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    The top assembly is stuck about a half inch from reaching the back. There is no spring tension. I have tried very hard to move the slide either forward or backwards and it just won't budge. Please see pictures. Any help is super appreciated. I have no clue what to do and this is a great Luger...
  2. Swiss Firearms
    Is there much a difference in terms of quality. I know the swiss eventually simplified the design, but still retained the level of quality. There are of course the obvious differences in terms of caliber, barrel length, variations, etc. But is there much of a difference in terms of quality. Like...
  3. 1900-1918 DWM
    As of now I have been only interested in 9mm Mauser lugers. But have always loved the way the Swiss Lugers looked. The slightly longer barrel, Swiss crest, strawed parts, etc. I probably would have gotten one sooner but like many collectors I preferred the 9mm Lugers because that’s what Lugers...
  4. 1933-1945: Luger Holsters -Magazines
    I just want to know how well or okay I did with my holster purchase. Paid 380 on eBay for this holster, but what really made the purchase sweet to me was the inclusion of an e63 tool. I think it was a great price for eBay, but then again on eBay things like this tend to go higher than they...
  5. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    I have wondered this because it seems off that they add a step to the already complicated process. Its just a stamp, but that is still one step in the way of getting another pistol in the hand of a German. My preliminary theory involves them not wanting germans to get it mixed up with the P.38...
  6. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    I have been trying to figure out what the unit marking on my luger are to get a little more history on it. It appears to have been stamped over, or maybe a mistake when stamping. Can anyone identify this marking? This luger is 1921 DWM other than that I'm lost on where is been.
  7. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hello, Im looking at this 1941 byf luger, I have taken it apart and every numbered part is matching except for this? The last two digits of the serial are 45 and I do see the top of a five here, but to me it sppears to be in the wrong spot. Also there is what appears to be a "j" mark on the...
  8. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hello to everyone, I have opportunity to buy non matching Luger S/42 1936 dated, with holster I cannot identify. Can someone help me identifying it? Sorry for low quality pictures, hope it will be enough....
  9. New Collectors Board
    Axis Pistols - Volume II - WWII 50th Anniversary Edition Third Reich Lugers - Volume III - First Edition Imperial Lugers - Volume IV - First Edition Photo gallery on Google Drive for now So, on October 19th a friend of mine said they received hundreds of books from an old veteran who recently...
  10. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    Hello everyone. I recently received a large batch of documents from the Swiss archives and browsing through them, I found a mention of the first ever Luger-Borchardt being made in 1897. I figured you guys would be interested in this. - Coutin
  11. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    I have a BYF 42 35xx Luger. It came with black plastic grips when I bought it. They were unfortunately fakes but I knew that going into it. I ended up buying some really nice original wood grips that are correct for it. They look great and feel good, but I still would like some nice black...
  12. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    I do not have these, I am thinking about purchasing them and obviously cannot do the hot pin test on them yet. But based on what they look like, do they look correct?
  13. New Collectors Board
    Somewhere I heard it was not safe to carry one in the chamber? But i look at the mechanics of the gun, but do not see a weakness, except the sear bar. Is this what they were talking about? And if so, does the sear safety on police lugers remedy this problem?
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