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  1. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    What I mean is, are they exactly the same when it comes to military marks? I bought a BYF luger that came with two bakelite bottom magazines. One of them has an eagle with 122 or 37 or something, as well as P.08 and fxo. The other magazine is completely bare of any markings, but everything else...
  2. New Collectors Board
    Hello everyone, recently this model came to me, but there are some symbols that I couldn't find. If i am correct it is a navy model 1906 there is a W.K mark which is the naval base that was sent. There are two serial numbers, frame and barrel 3186 but the knee system is number 64. What intrigues...
  3. 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...
  4. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Has anyone had good luck with the mec gar mags in their world war 2 Lugers. I have had good experience so far, but not all Lugers are the same.
  5. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    Hello all. My 1917 DWM Serial# 8174 came with the matching "+" magazine and another non-matching mag marked "1968" Looking for the original wooden bottom "8174". Would be nifty to send the "1968" back home to it's original pistol. Let the power of LugerFORUMS be unleashed!! Keep me posted...
  6. 1900-1918: P.04-Navy Lugers
    All, I have acquired a navy luger magazine, numbered 'vertically' 7521, with a crossed out 2037 on the spine of the tube. The Crown M proof is present. If you have this pistol and can prove it, we can work out a trade or purchase. Otherwise I am not interested in selling.
  7. New Collectors Board
    I have a really nice blued magazine with black plastic bottom, that is marked "Made in Holland" on the back spine. Generally I wouldn't think much about it, but I was doing a Google search trying to find the brand, so I can buy another, and I came across a few of them being sold on various...
  8. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Looking for Mauser aluminum magazine with 4778 serial. I know a long shot....
  9. New Collectors Board
    Did the S/42 come with the FXO with black bottom? Also, there is a 4 digit number on bottom of mag that doesn’t match gun. Is that supposed to match? Thank you very much
  10. Allied pistols used during WW1 and WWll
    What features determine a Colt 1911A1 unmarked magazine from a post war Colt unmarked mag? I've seen a number for sale described as ww2 mags. Did post war mags have a pinned base as the ww2 models? What is the best source of information for Colt magazines? Thank you. Frank
  11. New Collectors Board
    ADMIN - SEE SECOND POSTING - IT IS THE INITIAL POSTING Hi Matt, and welcome to the forum. .. We publish a FAQ that may also be helpful to you. just search on FAQ PDF, or clock the link: http://luger.gunboards.com/showthread.php?5612-Frequently-Asked-Questions-the-Luger-FAQ Marc
  12. German: Foreign Mfg. Pistols and Holsters.
    Are these the correct magazines for this variation pistol? I know there were waffen proofed magazines, but this gun came without waffen marked magazines. New user, so sorry for bad pics! This is a Grade II subvariation 1 vis radom
  13. New Collectors Board
    Is this an Erfurt spare magazine #7240n? It has the rectangular stamped stops, but only has one proof. I thought Erfurts had two proofs on the base.
  14. New Collectors Board
    This incorrect magazine came with an 06 Navy Luger I recently bought and I am hoping someone can ID it. It is blued with a wood base. Near the base on the flat spine there is a circle with a 19 inside, another partial circle with a K inside (and maybe a 2nd K?) and a 3 stamped over the top of...
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