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  1. Thread: 1936 S/42

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    Good observations by fellow collectors. I admit I...

    Good observations by fellow collectors. I admit I missed the halos on the bottom of the barrel. But this is what the forum is all about. Two pairs of eyes are better than one!
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    Sticky: Jan, just picked up 1936 S/42 mauser #2734p DE/63...

    Jan, just picked up 1936 S/42 mauser #2734p DE/63 DE/63 MTP with matching blued DE/63 magazine. Grips are not numbered or proofed.
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    This guy is just having some bad luck! The seller...

    This guy is just having some bad luck! The seller of this pistol is also the same guy who purchased the Bad KL luger(easycompany 104)
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    Hi, I hate to say it but I also think that this...

    Hi, I hate to say it but I also think that this luger has been re-blued, albeit nicely done. The extractor looks to be to reddish-orange to me. Most I see have more of a dark burgandy to plumish...
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    Hi, I hate to say it but I also think that this...

    Hi, I hate to say it but I also think that this luger has been re-blued, albeit nicely done. The extractor looks to be to reddish-orange to me. Most I see have more of a dark burgandy to plumish...
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    Actually guys I just found mag 230387 2K so this...

    Actually guys I just found mag 230387 2K so this might kick the ss serial number range down a bit more!
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    Thanks for the info Lloyd. No sorry the serial...

    Thanks for the info Lloyd. No sorry the serial number is not on the magazine anywhere. I did notice that in the pp/ppk serial numbered mag thread that there is a mag #230469...close but no cigar!
  8. Thread: 1936 luger

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    Yes, all matching. The holster is a 1936. No...

    Yes, all matching. The holster is a 1936. No matching mag. I do have 5294n SE/63,8095c SE/63 and 2396o DE/63. But if anyone has it, I'll gladly trade you!
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    RSHA PPK or SS PPK?

    I have had this one for some time now (probably 5 years) and was wondering if you guys could tell me exactly what I have??? thanks


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  10. Thread: 1936 luger

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    1936 luger

    Hi, I just thought I would finally share my 1936 S/42 Mauser serial number 6257o with everybody. Tell me what you guys think.

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    Sticky: Jan, I have a 1936 S/42 Mauser. The serial number...

    Jan, I have a 1936 S/42 Mauser. The serial number is 6257o DE/63 DE/63 MTP. Grips not numbered. Magazines mis-matched 5294n SE/63,8095c SE/63 and 2396o DE/63.
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    Jared, thank you for the reply.

    Jared, thank you for the reply.
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    Hi, I was just wondering if the opposite would be...

    Hi, I was just wondering if the opposite would be true on the 1937 t-block lugers... would one assume that a t-block luger with strawed small parts and a plum hued extractor be correct?
    chris
  14. Thread: G date

    by cgouldysu
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    G date

    Please tell me what is wrong with this luger!! The numbers on the frame do not look original. I'm not getting a good vibe. http://www.auctionarms.com/Search/DisplayItem.cfm?ItemNum=7265542
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