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  1. 1920-1933: DWM Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    With a milestone birthday coming up next year, I finally stepped up for a Luger to check off my gun bucket list. For me, its the sweat spot. Nice enough example to proudly be a center stone of my collection, but not so nice that I never want to shoot it. (unless you tell me I stumbled across...
  2. New Collectors Board
    Hi! First off: the pictures. The only things not pictured: The damaged wooden base of the magazine is glued up pretty bad so I can't tell whether it's matching. The last two digits of the serial is stamped all over on smaller parts (so it looks all matching) though I haven't taken it apart...
  3. New Collectors Board
    Hello all i am new to the luger forum and have a few questions about my 1912 Erfurt 9mm. Here is what i can decipher: It is a double date police rework 1912/1920 inventory stamp it has an intact sear bar safety and a deactivated magazine safety has 2 crown/rc stamps one on the toggle, one on...
  4. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hello, For your review, a complete rig with a matched holster and two matched mags. The gun is a 1939 Police Banner, with the less common Eagle C proof, made early in the "W" block and re-using an E/6 Simson proofed barrel extension. The grips are unnumbered but little doubt original by fit and...
  5. 1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    I posted this thread about 2 months a go, but had no pictures at the time. I finally had chance to re-visit this person and took pictures for you to analyze. Here is original thread: "Hi forum members, I have question about value for very interesting Luger. I know gentleman here in metro...
  6. 1900-1918 : Austria-Hungary Pistols & Holsters
    Hello. I have recently acquired a Frommer Stop in the 56000 s/n range proofed with a crown-over-B. From my research, this Stop was part of a German purchase in 1916/17. The front of the grip strap is marked "S.K.527.89". There is no "1920" stamp on the pistol. If this is a police weapon, I...
  7. 1920-1933: Reissued Imperial Lugers
    My 1917 all matching Erfurt has Schutzpolice unit markings from Magdeburg. It shows evidence of having been an old salt re-blue. http://i959.photobucket.com/albums/ae73/lugersandmore/_DSC1991-1.jpg http://i959.photobucket.com/albums/ae73/lugersandmore/_DSC1983-1.jpg...
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