Ok I have tried and tried to post pics. It says I can only add 10 pics. Can you advise how I add the rest?Welcome to the forum. If you want the best possible advice, you must post pictures... clear, sharp and well lighted pictures that show as much detail as possible. We're more than happy to help but there are so many factors involved in assessing each one of your Lugers that it's simply not possible based on the little information you've provided.
Thank you. Had no idea someone was actually in charge of the forum. Shows what I know. Lol. So you all definitely know way more about these than I do. Is there a specific place to sell these for a fair deal? I do not think most on GB would appreciate what they are and I have gotten way too far of a wide range of information on them for me to be comfortable. Thanks again for the help and I will do what I need to do to clean my space when I leave the sight. You will probably have to give me directions on doing so. Tim.thanks Tim - you're doing fine and everything right
Thanks. I will check with#5. I guess I was looking for help to decide what my reserve should be based on the wide range of value I have received.Post 5 looks to be a potential customer to me on the Krieg .
There is a for sale section here but I think you need to post a price ?
Gunbroker or Gunsinternational would be another option .
That would be a decent way to see what others think it is worth .
If you had a reserve that would protect the bottom .
Buyers on the last 2 mentioned sites seem to be getting better at sorting the good from the bad .
Well there are a few bad apples withering on the vine - including a rare one that aren't hooking any suckers .
JMHO and no clue on the DWM as I don't pay much attention to them .
GOOD LUCK !
Good afternoon sir. Just checking to see if you have interest in the Krieghoff PX I have? I posted some pics. If you want any more information let me know. My cell number is 304-887-1465. ThanksAdd me to your list of prospective buyers for the PX version, I have two PX guns, one was Frank Sinatras, guessing it was a gift or maybe he bought it in a PX......will never know for sure. The other came home with a clerk/typist in 1946.
One thing to remember is ALL HK's were from the same initial parts production run .Thanks. I will check with#5. I guess I was looking for help to decide what my reserve should be based on the wide range of value I have received.
The bottom of the barrel has no number. I will attach a pic of it. The bore is quite a bit smaller than that of the Krieghoff. I do not see any markings on the holster or tool.Hey Tim
For the 1918 DWM, can you provide a photo of the underside of the barrel? It should have the same number 391c that is on the frame and receiver. If not, it is a replacement barrel and makes it automatically in the shooter category ($800-900). It does have a unit mark that is a plus to collectors. Then it also has a Germany export stamp, which some collectors may or may not feel is a negative.
Does the holster or tool have any stamps?
Any stamps or marks anywhere on the barrel? And does a regular pencil fit down it?
Also, see this post (click on below) from the other forum on the "pencil test".