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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Just wanted to share some pictures of my first Luger P08 pistol. It is a 1921 police model with the sear safety. All metal parts are fully matching from what I can tell and seems original finish. Magazine is unnumbered and also the grip plates have different numbers on them. Looking forward for...
  4. New Collectors Board
    Hi noble members of the forum, I bought a luger a short time ago, I got the general catalog of lugers and saw that it is the commercial model 1906. I would like to know the year of manufacture of the weapon, can I do this through the serial number?? Its serial number is 63452. Is there any...
  5. New Collectors Board
    I think I was able to identify most of the markings using the picture chart provided. Can anyone help me with this specific marking? Im new to this and appreciate the help.
  6. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    Hello everyone, I was re-reading my copy of John Walter's Luger book when I noticed something I hadn't before, the mention of a sole example of a seemingly full rifle stocked, maybe with a cooling jacket off a Parabellum LMG fully automatic Luger tested by the GPK in 1917. Walter also mentions...
  7. 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...
  8. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    My first Luger. 1940 dated Mauser Banner police contract that was accepted by the Army. E/655 proofed, drilled for sear safety but never installed. This gun is pictured on pg 772 of The Borchardt & Luger Automatic Pistols. Special thanks to Luger_collector for the spare armorer replacement...
  9. New Collectors Board
    Hey Guys, Just made my first purchase of a Luger I’ve been wanting for ages. Im a ex vet and WW2 history buff but my knowledge of Lugers is limited at best. What caught my eye was the regimental stamp on the back that I believe references the 5th battalion of the 6th Jaegar regiment in the...
  10. New Collectors Board
    Good Afternoon Everyone, Just got this Luger from an older gentleman(80), said it was his dad's, dad got it while he was in the service, dad passed away when he was 5 and hes just held onto it since then. From my bit of searching it looks like it is possibly a 1900 American Eagle Military...
  11. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hello, I just acquired this DWM luger #51s chambered in 9mm with a blank chamber, Crown N proof, early Nazi acceptance stamps on the right of the receiver and on the left of the barrel, another indescernable marking on the right of the receiver, military-style serial number locations, and some...
  12. New Collectors Board
    Hello All, While not new to Lugers as a whole, my primary focus has been rust blued military and commercial Lugers. My question for you all, is how do you personally identify whether or not a Mauser salt blued P.08 is refinished or original? Some of the rules pertaining to rust blued...
  13. New Collectors Board
    I recently purchased this gun from a relative who was helping a late friends widow, close out her late husband‘s estate. A Swiss 1900 Purchased by this individual back in 1999 from Simpsons Ltd. For a respectable $5000.00. I purchased a gun and had it shipped to my local dealer, one of the...
  14. 1900-1918: Luger Holsters & Other Accessories
    I was very fortunate to snag this beauty recently. I think it’s an original but confirmation from more experienced eyes would be appreciated. For what I paid I’m happy either way, it makes a nice companion to my P08. Now to find a loading tool…
  15. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    If anyone has this book, I had a huge request please. On page 772 luger 1098x is supposed to be featured. I sadly don't have this set yet, so was hoping someone who did would be able to confirm or deny it for me. Thanks!
  16. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    Hello my friends; I bought this place, and I would like to know if you can help me with more information; eifurt 1918; would you be a police officer? has an interesting brand: rg; yes some pieces are missing; were these weapons used in ww2? or only in ww1? does anyone have one like it...
  17. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    My father in law was recently diagnosed with cancer and has been going through a lot of old things and is starting to pass them down. He recently asked me to see what type of information I could find about what I believe is a 1917 DWM Luger. It was passed down to him from his uncle many years...
  18. New Collectors Board
    I bought a Luger a few weeks back, and did some very hasty research but couldn't find answers to some of the mysteries I still have. It wasn't too expensive and I was afraid it'd go. The barrel isn't marked for any SN, but it is for caliber. The sear cover's SN is VERY faded, so I'm thinking...
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