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    From reading the first post, it is mentioned that...

    From reading the first post, it is mentioned that it IS serialized. What am I missing?

    Bob
  2. FWIW This Pre war mag came with my early Nazi...

    FWIW This Pre war mag came with my early Nazi tangent HP.

    Bob
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    That pistol had proof marks when it left the...

    That pistol had proof marks when it left the factory for sure!
    Proof marks being scrubbed could be due to erasing anything Nazi by a former owner? Or just refinishing and making the pistol have a...
  4. These late war Sauers were put together by G.I.s ...

    These late war Sauers were put together by G.I.s as souvenirs when the factory was captured. Many parts were still in the white, and chances are the frame and slide numbers do not match.

    They...
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    I think, as G2 already pointed out. Many (if not...

    I think, as G2 already pointed out. Many (if not most) associate the Military marked Luger's to be more desirable. Now looking back, I remember doing the same. As the old saying goes...wish I knew...
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    Looks like the "EVF" are initials carved in from...

    Looks like the "EVF" are initials carved in from a former owner?

    Bob
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    From the photos shown, looks like there is no...

    From the photos shown, looks like there is no marking on the trigger guard. Could be commercial. I like the painted sights.

    Bob
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    Jerry. Good point! Bob

    Jerry. Good point!

    Bob
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    Very nice pick up! You have a desirable Police...

    Very nice pick up! You have a desirable Police banner Luger. (Issued to Police personal) Looks like a nice original finish with one matching magazine. The holster is Army and not a Police issue...
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    Thanks Edward! Definitely more luck then...

    Thanks Edward! Definitely more luck then anything! Just a fluke I even did that search!

    Bob
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    byf 41 Close but no ciger.

    I've owned this pistol for awhile now. Cant remember if I ever posted it? Anyway, I was on an auction site and for the heck of it decided to do a search for Luger magazines. (You never know) Haven't...
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    Edward. Here a link to the discussion to 6902s....

    Edward. Here a link to the discussion to 6902s. It actually belongs to me. I know It's out of the norm, but I can tell you I am 99.9% convinced it is original and never been messed with. If you had...
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    Well not that it matters anymore for this Luger,...

    Well not that it matters anymore for this Luger, but It's not necessarily a "1937 1st. variation". There are numbers below this one that are 2nd variation. Since the original finish is long gone we...
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    I would say $800 to $1000. Depending on condition...

    I would say $800 to $1000. Depending on condition and location. $1500 is to high for me.

    Bob
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    1906 dreyse? But I don't recognize the slash on...

    1906 dreyse? But I don't recognize the slash on the spline that I see on Steyr magazines.

    Bob
  16. Thread: GI Luger holser

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    looks like it started out as a steyr holster? ...

    looks like it started out as a steyr holster?

    Bob
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    Agreed. You can do much better for allot less. ...

    Agreed. You can do much better for allot less.

    Bob
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    30254b as shown with Nazi proofs is correct. And...

    30254b as shown with Nazi proofs is correct. And looks good to me.

    Bob
  19. Is the side plate numbered on the underside also...

    Is the side plate numbered on the underside also in the commercial location? A very interesting pistol.

    Bob
  20. I agree with Norm. Nice looking rig. ...

    I agree with Norm. Nice looking rig. Congratulations!

    Bob
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    To answer the original question on value, the...

    To answer the original question on value, the pistol is over priced at the condition it shows. For the asking price you can find a much better pistol.

    Bob
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    I would agree. Factory mistake! Love it! Bob

    I would agree. Factory mistake! Love it!

    Bob
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    I send you a PM. Bob

    I send you a PM.

    Bob
  24. Very nice correct byf42 rig. And at a very good...

    Very nice correct byf42 rig. And at a very good price! 42 dated holster and papers are a huge plus. Congratulations.

    Bob
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    Its an accepted P38 variation! Every P38...

    Its an accepted P38 variation! Every P38 collector should have one. Nice pick up.

    Bob
  26. Thread: Jhv 1941 ???

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    The two matching mags are a big plus! Not sure...

    The two matching mags are a big plus! Not sure on the holster without pics. I do think $1500 is a little steep.

    Bob
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    - - - Updated - - - Mauser202, The non...

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    Mauser202,
    The non suffix block is actually after the suffix marked byf 41s.

    Bob
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    Better pics would help also. Way to dark. Bob

    Better pics would help also. Way to dark.

    Bob
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    These buyers really surprise me! (Not really)...

    These buyers really surprise me! (Not really) Whats it take to do a little research before pulling out your wallet?

    Bob
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    Jim. The byf 41 started in the "N" block. So the...

    Jim. The byf 41 started in the "N" block. So the no suffix would put it late as they ended in the "A" block. The black grips would be correct but would need to see good photos of the back side. A...
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    Nice complete rig. Do you know any history where...

    Nice complete rig. Do you know any history where it came from?

    Bob
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    Good original finish, as others have said. Side...

    Good original finish, as others have said. Side plate number 18 would be correct. One digit up from the first two digits in the serial number from what I remember.

    Bob
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    A little on the high end. But if it has a...

    A little on the high end. But if it has a matching mag and is what your looking for...I would go for it! Whats another $300 in the big picture, if you can afford it.

    Bob
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    Tom, You make a very compelling argument! ...

    Tom, You make a very compelling argument!

    Bob
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    Sorry. Posted in the wrong section! Monitors...

    Sorry. Posted in the wrong section! Monitors please move to the correct Non Luger German pistols and holsters.

    Thank you
    Bob
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