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  1. New to Forum, Need Help Identifying Possible 1904 Navy w/o Grip Safety

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    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...
  2. Navy 6" looking for nore info or date!

    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%...
  3. 1906 Navy Commercial Luger

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    Hey everyone, just wanted your opinions on this gun.
  4. 1917 Navy Luger: Real or Fake?

    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...
  5. What year is this Navy Luger? Please help!!

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    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.
  6. Are both these Safe/Fire postions correct?

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    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
  7. WTB: Repro Navy Concentric Ring Magazine Bases

    Want to Buy Trader
    If anyone has or knows of a source for quality Navy wood bases I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. I am in need of two. I had placed an order with a German company ZIB-Militaria for three, paid $25 just in shipping to the U.S. and waited nearly three weeks for delivery to learn they...
  8. 1918 DMW Navy 6" Mystery gun with pictures

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    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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