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    That is a great shirt Norm!

    Look what some idiot did on this one available on Amazon.

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    Seeking a 1908 Bulgarian contract Luger magazine (early DWM P.08) with a C suffix. See the example at http://luger.gunboards.com/attachmen...3&d=1414271032 (on the right).

    Also looking for a DWM commercial takedown lever #01 and sideplate #77. Have the following magazines for sale/trade - double-proofed (early) Erfurt #5634a, single-proofed Erfurt #4294d, DWM #3494+, blued fxo / E/37 #5709r, postwar Erma SS w/black plastic bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacecoast View Post
    That is a great shirt Norm!

    Look what some idiot did on this one available on Amazon.

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    Hi Mark,
    You could try wearing it inside out.
    Regards, Norm

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    Isn't that one of those rare left handed Navies ?

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    Yup, it's the rare Vanity Model for vain naval officers who admire themselves in the mirror which corrects the handing - cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by norme View Post
    Hi Pete,
    The lady who embroidered that shirt for me, Frau M, knows her Navy Lugers. I specified 1906 1st Altered and that's what I got.
    Best regards, Norm
    Looks more like a 1914, no grip safety and new model short frame.
    Mike C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m1903a3 View Post
    Looks more like a 1914, no grip safety and new model short frame.
    Bravo Mike, I was wondering if anyone was paying attention.
    Best regards, Norm

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    I was hoping she did not model it after one of the M1914 fakes out of MN State.


    Best Regards, Pete...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete E. View Post
    I was hoping she did not model it after one of the M1914 fakes out of MN State.
    Be careful Pete, he will whup your arse……………..

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    I'm a lefty. I need one of those...
    They say I have ADD, but I don't think they know...HEY! LOOK! A CHICKEN!!

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    I'll be bringing some odds and ends and maybe my SS contract 98k to trade or sell for a "used" but affordable US&S. I would never take advantage, but if anyone might have a bare spot on their table, I would be happy to assist with table costs. Keep in mind.

    Thank you!!

    Three more weeks till the best show/get-together each year!!!

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