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  1. 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....
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    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...
  3. 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
  4. 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...
  5. 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?
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    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?
  7. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hello from Austria, I really need your help :) I bought a Black Widow, byf41. All parts a matching. The gun has usually wear on edges etc. But there is something on the finish, I dont know exactly what it is. This „rough finish“ is only under the grips and under the side plate. Maybe you...
  8. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    I just wanted to ask this before I contacted them. My ffl told me that I could contact the new orleans ww2 museum to find out the history of a luger if I wanted to know. I find this unlikely but then again the germans were very meticulous and most were made directly for the military as opposed...
  9. New Collectors Board
    Has anyone on this forum actually bought or have any first hand knowledge on the lugerman Lugers. I have thought about picking one up long term in the future but don’t see any actual real reviews. Just forgotten weapons and the military arms channel. Though, they both gave it glowing reviews...
  10. Mauser Pistols, Revolvers & Holsters, 1968-now
    I have been thinking about picking up a interarms Mauser Luger and wanted to know peoples personal or otherwise take on the actual quality of the guns themselves. They look nice and they are good bit cheaper than many original Lugers. And many of them are still in new or fairly new condition...
  11. 1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    Hello all. Just joined the forum as have acquired a few examples of Lugers, one 1917 DWM Artillery Luger with stock and holser, one 1916 DWM Luger, and one mix-matched 1940-42 DWM Luger. My question is for my Artillery Luger as I can't understand the numbers printed on the front strap. At first...
  12. New Collectors Board
    Hello everyone, just picked up this Luger and I am new to them. I’ve been searching and researching what the correct magazine would be for this gun. It came with an aluminum base magazine stamped with a non matching serial number and different suffix. From what I have gathered, a FX0 magazine...
  13. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    http://www.rockislandauction.com/viewitem/aid/55/lid/1589 A Hitlers Personal Guards Gun😯 This is the High-End Luger what you can buy (when you are Rich😉) It is remember me on the Zielgerät 1229 „Vampir“ active infrared device developed.Or the Krummlauf. Ultra HighTech for this Time when you...
  14. Swiss Firearms
    Hello guys, i am looking to buy this Luger from a guy. He says that this is a swiss Luger made in Germany? This pistol has never been shot and i want to ask if this pistol is valuable? The seller says this is a 9mm, but i know that swiss Lugers often use .30 luger ammo, so is 9mm rare? Thank...
  15. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    https://www.gunsinternational.com/guns-for-sale-online/pistols/luger-pistols/42-code-42-wwii-german-luger-rig.cfm?gun_id=101905142 Based on what the guy told me, he said it was an end of war rework/put together and that all 42-42 lugers were reworks. It looks cool and I know that Mauser did...
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