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  1. New Collectors Board
    Hi guys, I'm brand new here and I picked up my first Luger a couple months ago. I always sort of wanted one and it was, I'll admit, an impulse purchase. I wanted something I can shoot and I managed to connect hits at 100 yards, so I can't complain. However, I'll not pretend to be well versed on...
  2. New Collectors Board
    Hi, I am new to this forum, but have a decent bit of knowledge on Lugers. This one has me stumped. I own Jan C. Still's complete volume, but I used the Standard Catalog of Luger for initial identification. Based off the pistol at hand, the book led me to either a 1904 Navy, 1914 Navy, 1914 Navy...
  3. 1900-1918: P.04-Navy Lugers
    Can anyone tell me more about a Luger I recently obtained? I finally got the Navy rear sight to open to the 200 but it doesn't have the standard push button. I had to unscrew a cap on the right side of it to slide it back. All matching serials and the bluing and straw look to be in the 95%-98%...
  4. New Collectors Board
    Hey everyone, just wanted your opinions on this gun.
  5. 1900-1918: P.04-Navy Lugers
    Good Morning - I have a 1917 Navy Luger which I have some concerns with and suspect it of not being genuine. From my research, these are commonly faked and I am curious as to what I have here and what it's worth. Notes: Rear Toggle Flange is exactly 9mm All metal parts are matching that I...
  6. New Collectors Board
    Hello everyone, Apologies for the newbie question. I can't figure out what year this Navy Luger is. Serial number is 5976. Your expertise is needed. Thanks so much.
  7. New Collectors Board
    Howdy Y'all Ran across this pic of the safety area while researching the safety systems for the P08 series of Lugers are both pic's correct? #1 Erfurt #2 Navy UNK Thanks for the assist and time Yours in service James Acerra
  8. New Collectors Board
    I need some help with a luger I won playing poker. It is a luger 9mm made by DWM. It has the 6 inch navy barrel on it and has 1918 stamped on top. The part # under the barrel ,but not on the barrel, is 6872 and under that # looks like a cursive lower case letter "L". It has 4 proof marks (three...
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