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Well, here is a nice start, my W-B. Lovely thing, saw it at a show, tracked down the seller afterwards and snagged it.
Bicycle part Tool Household hardware Nickel Font

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Green Revolver Air gun Trigger Gun barrel

Wood Gun accessory Everyday carry Gun barrel Air gun

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Okay, so this may be great for Luger owners.

I would love to see a BELGIAN sub forum... never know exactly where to post. Quantities of arms made in Belgium eclipse Swiss use and even German manufacture in peacetime.

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And there are some orphans ... Commercial mauser pocket pistols, Dreyse etc. I sometimes simply guess the forum.
 

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Okay, so this may be great for Luger owners.

I would love to see a BELGIAN sub forum... never know exactly where to post. Quantities of arms made in Belgium eclipse Swiss use and even German manufacture in peacetime.

Anthony
anything can be done - we just don't want to get so many sub forums it gets maddening.
Tell me what you want and I can build it out.
 

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anything can be done - we just don't want to get so many sub forums it gets maddening.
Tell me what you want and I can build it out.
That would be great! May want to get feedback from forum members, I would recommend staying with Belgian made guns and avoid the Spanish impostors. As a listing of manufacturers/trade names the following come to mind.

FN (Fabrique Nationale), AEP Bayard (Anciens Etablissements Pieper), Francotte, Nagant, Melior, Mercury, Gavage, Clement, Lepage, Nicholas Pieper,...
 
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