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My first, one and only!

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1916 DWM, all matching, including grips. #282a. Not perfect by any means! But I love it. Bores not "Excellent", but good strong rifling and a little frosty.

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Nice Artillery, Ron. In my opinion, the prettiest pistol ever made! Great workmanship and great lines. Add an original stock and you're in collector heaven.
Thanks for sharing,
JB, Thanks! More than happy to share. I've wanted one ever since I was 8 and saw one in a gun mag.They are beautiful.
Speaking of stocks. I have a good friend who tried to give me a nice repro. I said no. He's sending it anyway. Can't beat a friend like that! I don't even know what he looks like. I met him on the Parabellum forum a few weeks ago. I'd like to dedicate this post to him. Without his support and guidence, this dream would never have come true. I lucked out! Thanks! "GA"

Thanks for the photographs of your 1916 Artillery. With fine tuned sights front and back these are one of the most interesting Imperial Lugers. During 1917 and 1918 they were issued to assault troops on the Western Front.
Jan, Thankyou! I just wish the photos were better quality. And thankyou for the info. I'm still looking for a copy of your Imperial Lugers book. Every modicum of information is welcome. I just cleaned the grips. I wish I had waited, on taking the photos.
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