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has any one ever thought of doing a data sheet on luger mag serial no's and makeing a sticky out of it. I mean the no and the person that has it. to try to have a list of mag no's to trade back and forth and match up guns and mags? just a thought
 

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yes, this has been brought up several times, if you do a search or go through the forum you should find some.

There are also a few lists that people have made. There is also Don Hallocks listing that he makes and keeps current, he charges around $25 per listing (for postage time spent etc.).

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The Luger magazine list is mailed about once a year or when I have at least four pages of Luger magazine numbers. The magazine data is provided from collectors in the US and in Europe. I can assure you guys that this is a non-profit operation, the idea is to break even. However, I must admit that at todays costs it becomes rather difficult. This project has been active for over twenty years, maybe closer to twenty five. The idea is for Luger collectors to provide me the information on their orphan magazines, I enter the data into the computer and mail to those who help pay the freight. Last list was 019 and mailed in August, cost was $20.00. The idea is to trade a like magazine. I am never a middleman unless asked to help, the deal you made with the magazine owner is between the two of you. Anybody have any orphan magazines for the next list. [email protected] for additional information and data recording sheets. Thanks, I hope this note digs out a few hundred magazines for the next list and will make some collector happy. Garfield must have at least 50.
 
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