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I personally believe in going for the long ball. Why not?

This one intrigues me though.

Is is a newly manufactured Luger in .45ACP.

I'd have chuckled at $4k. But $35,000???

I'm missing something. It didn't belong to Adolf, at least it's not being claimed that it was his.

I get that the "value is what someone will pay" blah blah. But.. $35k?

What am I missing?
 
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I bought 3 tons of hay from a guy that I've gotten hay from before this year and he was telling me about a collection that the pawn shop bought from someone, as they are one of the few around that has 'older' guns, but I've never seen a luger. He said if you know the owner, he'll offer items and he said, oh, they have a 45 acp luger. I was like, what? I told him about Eugenes, and the ones by Martz, he didn't know the difference. And I don't know the owner, so haven't tried to find out (doesn't help I can only remember the Hay guys first name).
 

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Why buy that???? Place an order with Lugerman and wait the time.

Can't help to think of the P.T. Barnum quote...

G2
 

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I think it IS Lugerman selling that gun..same address at least…
It's clear he's the seller. The "value" he hopes to get is because it was "First Luger 45 ever produced by LugerMan Inc "
and the one featured in many articles.
 

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A thousand here and a thousand there..pretty soon you are talking some real money...There is askin & there is gettin and never the twain shall meet.
 
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