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Thread: Swedish Lahti Magazines - Value?

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    Default Swedish Lahti Magazines - Value?

    Anyone know the approximate value of the Swedish Lahti magazines in excellent condition?

    I did a google search and found one @ $26.95, but I have no idea if that is high, low . . . . . etc.

    Thanks,
    Luke
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    IMO, if one can find ANY original magazines from pre 1945 @ $26.95 then buy all that you can, and this would include 25 caliber mags also.
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    Here in Germany you can buy then dirt cheap!
    Swedish m/40 air force Holster with 2 Mags, lanyard, cleaniug kit 20 Euro.
    Sigle mags are offered as low as 1 Euro online, nobody whants them!!!!!
    Got 12 or so around, onlx got 2 m/40(both danish issue).
    Finnish L35 mags aner scarce, newe saw one for sale.

    Chris

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    In the US the M40 mags are about $10ea, Finn L 35 mags run $30-$35ea

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    How about Finnish Luger magazines, how easy or difficult are they to come by and how expensive are they? In particular, I am interested in the wood-button bottom version for the DWM commerical m/23 Luger. I imagine SA-marked versions are more collectible and thus harder to come by than the unmarked versions? Would one consider a Lahti magazine for a Luger magazine a fair swap or would money have to be thrown in, one way or the other?

    Thanks for the info.

    Tim
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