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  1. Found a 1906 DWM Luger refinish or not refinish?

    1900-1918 DWM
    Hi, I’m from Brazil, recently I’ve found an Luger on my grandpa things. Doing some research, I’m discovered that: Year: 1906 DWM Portuguese Contract Serial number: 2321 (Of 5000) Some itens have the 21 mark (like trigger, dismount lever, barrel extension) Other have 41 mark (toogle parts) It...
  2. Luger Grips finish

    1900-1918: Long P.08-Artillery Lugers
    I have a question regarding the finish on Luger grips. I have the original grips off my Luger at this moment and a replacement pair that fits quite nicely. The question has to do with the original finish on Luger grips. Was it glossy or flat ? The original grips look somewhat glossy, but I...
  3. Nickel P08 Luger restoration

    1933-1945: Mauser Lugers. Army, Navy, Police
    Hi, I'm relatively new to the world of lugers and I had a few questions regarding my first p08. I recently bought a 1940 mauser GI bring back from Cabelas.com for $200 after cashing in a lot of credit card points. For starters, the luger was nickel plated (I understand that was common with war...
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