My 1917 DWM Serial# 8174 came with the matching "+" magazine and another non-matching mag marked
Looking for the original wooden bottom "8174". Would be nifty to send the "1968" back home to it's original pistol.
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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.
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...
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
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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
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...
I recently picked up some Luger and other pistol parts at a local auction. I need some help finding information, value, or any interest that there may be in any of them. I tried doing some research on them but I am no expert. I apologize for the pictures being out of order.
#1 Luger barrel...