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  1. Swiss Firearms
    Is there much a difference in terms of quality. I know the swiss eventually simplified the design, but still retained the level of quality. There are of course the obvious differences in terms of caliber, barrel length, variations, etc. But is there much of a difference in terms of quality. Like...
  2. 1900-1918 DWM
    As of now I have been only interested in 9mm Mauser lugers. But have always loved the way the Swiss Lugers looked. The slightly longer barrel, Swiss crest, strawed parts, etc. I probably would have gotten one sooner but like many collectors I preferred the 9mm Lugers because that’s what Lugers...
  3. 1900-1918: P.08-Army Lugers
    Hello everyone. I recently received a large batch of documents from the Swiss archives and browsing through them, I found a mention of the first ever Luger-Borchardt being made in 1897. I figured you guys would be interested in this. - Coutin
  4. Swiss Firearms
    At a gun show a couple a days ago I found a nice looking 1900 Swiss Luger with s/n 1430. The owner declared it was a !900 Swiss military. According to my book the s/n range of these 1900 Swiss military Lugers is 2001 to 5000. He still declares that it is a military after I pointed out the...
  5. Swiss Firearms
    Hello guys, i am looking to buy this Luger from a guy. He says that this is a swiss Luger made in Germany? This pistol has never been shot and i want to ask if this pistol is valuable? The seller says this is a 9mm, but i know that swiss Lugers often use .30 luger ammo, so is 9mm rare? Thank...
  6. New Collectors Board
    I recently purchased this gun from a relative who was helping a late friends widow, close out her late husband‘s estate. A Swiss 1900 Purchased by this individual back in 1999 from Simpsons Ltd. For a respectable $5000.00. I purchased a gun and had it shipped to my local dealer, one of the...
  7. New Collectors Board
    I’ve owned shooter P.08’s in the past, but I’m considering dipping my toes back in to the Luger game with some of the recent Swiss imports. I’ve got my eye on a 1927 ‘06 Bern listed on Edelweiss Arms for about $1500. Comes with one mag. From what I can tell it’s all original as advertised, and...
  8. 1918-1930 DWM,Vickers,Bern
    Can anyone post pics of the serial number pages from the Parabellum book, specifically the pages relating to the first 1000 units. Also, a pic of the locking well showing where the month/year of manufacture may be found. Can't find the book anywhere ! thanks in advance Kev.
  9. Allied pistols used during WW1 and WWll
    the serial number is #10295, can anyone tell me which year it was made? I've been looking in a lot of places and can't find an answer. any help will be much appreciated.
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