Ed, I don't know for sure but I think Don puts out one a year.That would be the one you paid for and received? These will be new listings gathered over the year. To recieve old listings I believe it is necessary to buy back lists. I have his Email here, write and ask him. [email protected]
The Hunt for magazine numbers:
All you guys with a drawer full of Luger magazines need to send me the information for the next Luger magazine list. Even if you only have one orphan magazine maybe some collector is looking for that magazine because it's a match to his pistol. Several years ago I convinced a friend to list all of his orphan magazines on a mailing list. While entering the information into the computer, I nearly fell off the chair. RIGHT THERE LOOKING ME IN THE EYE was K-date mgazine number 451. This was the second magazine to one of my K-dates. The system works all we have to do is list the magazines and distribute the information to all the Luger collectors. Many collectors have found a match while others have found nothing. Luck of the draw I guess. Maybe I can even convince Jan to list his magazines. For addtional info email me at <[email protected]>
I list my orphan mags with Don and somebody wanted a "G" date mag I had because it was closer to his gun than the one he had. The "G" date mag he wanted to trade MATCHED my G . Life is good. Send Don your mag numbers........you can't win if you don't play.........
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