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    Beautiful pistol Tim.

    Beautiful pistol Tim.
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    Tom, I don't believe that the magazine base on...

    Tom,
    I don't believe that the magazine base on your 1939 Banner Luger should have an E/L proof. My 1941 and 1942 Banners do not have an Eagle proof on the magazine base, just the serial number and...
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    As Ron said, welcome home. You're frequent posts...

    As Ron said, welcome home. You're frequent posts have been educational and very entertaining. Thank you for taking the time and effort to describe how living in Europe and going to school has been...
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    I think that they are absolutely beautiful....

    I think that they are absolutely beautiful. Engraved Walthers are a task to find and I'd love to find a Model 9 like yours.
    Lyn
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    Interesting coincidence in that a close friend of...

    Interesting coincidence in that a close friend of our family, Wendell Tobler, died not too long ago in Las Vegas. He was a B-24 ball turret gunner based in Italy. He too got in 35 missions, received...
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    According to Clawson, the lanyard loop was...

    According to Clawson, the lanyard loop was eliminated on July 18, 1916. The last Colt produced with a lanyard loop was S/N 125566.

    Lyn
  7. Sticky: Jeff, Payment sent via PayPal today. Really...

    Jeff,
    Payment sent via PayPal today. Really looking forward to this update and as others before me have said, thank you for the effort.
    Lyn
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    I will take the WW! DWM magazine if it is still...

    I will take the WW! DWM magazine if it is still available.
    Thx, Lyn
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    I'm with 2bnag.

    I'm with 2bnag.
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    Bruno/Rob, As Burgess said, both are very nice...

    Bruno/Rob,
    As Burgess said, both are very nice representatives of the early sidelatch variants.
    Lyn
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    Burgess, I think, to better preserve your work...

    Burgess,
    I think, to better preserve your work for the long term, that you should bind them unless that becomes prohibitively expensive. Let me know what you find out.
    Lyn
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    Mike, Your posts are facinating and educational....

    Mike,
    Your posts are facinating and educational. I almost hope you never graduate because I look forward daily for your updates. Travel safe and keep the updates coming.
    Lyn
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    Nice looking pistol and in great condition. Lyn

    Nice looking pistol and in great condition.
    Lyn
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    I've been waiting for you to find time and energy...

    I've been waiting for you to find time and energy to do this and am glad to see it coming to fruition. I'm in for a copy.
    Lyn
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    More than a nice start and more like a beautiful...

    More than a nice start and more like a beautiful collection of very rare pistols. Really a nice display and thank you for sharing.
    Lyn
  16. Had a similar experience to Doubs at Danang in...

    Had a similar experience to Doubs at Danang in 1967. We had an C model F4 on the ramp with a SSU-16 pod on the centerline stores with a T61 20mm cannon that was thought to have been disarmed. An...
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    I'll be there too and looking forward to seeing...

    I'll be there too and looking forward to seeing those of you that are able to make it.
  18. What is the serial number range of your pistol? I...

    What is the serial number range of your pistol? I have a parts gun in the 209,000 serial range and could work with you if yours is in the same range. I'm traveling, but PM me if you are interested....
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    Very nice indeed. The Police marking is pretty...

    Very nice indeed. The Police marking is pretty neat too.
    LYn
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    Nice wartime Gunto and priced pretty right too....

    Nice wartime Gunto and priced pretty right too. Nice catch.
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    Very nice rig and I also love that holster. Thx...

    Very nice rig and I also love that holster. Thx for sharing.
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    The strike is delaying deliveries until well into...

    The strike is delaying deliveries until well into February, so best consider an alternate Christmas stocking stuffer.
  23. Thread: 1934 Mauser

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    Burgess will probably have that data. I have...

    Burgess will probably have that data. I have 428166, but I believe that there are earlier ones.
    Lyn

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    OOPS, my bad. Mine is a 1910/34, not a 1934. Sorry for the bad info.
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    Well said Ed.

    Well said Ed.
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    You'll know the Red Arrows when the fly by,...

    You'll know the Red Arrows when the fly by, because there are lots of them. They fly larger formations (9 a/c) than the American demonstration teams.
    Lyn
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    Very nice. You come up with the most interesting...

    Very nice. You come up with the most interesting stuff. Thx for sharing.
    Lyn
  27. PM sent

    PM sent
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    That is a nice looking pistol. Did you have a...

    That is a nice looking pistol. Did you have a price in mind, or were you just showing it to us?
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    In reference to the photos I posted. You are...

    In reference to the photos I posted. You are correct Don in that my K98 was issued to the postal folks, not the Reichsbahn. The 1914 P-08 was one that I bought here in Phoenix about 21 years ago from...
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    601367601369Sold this 1914 DWM several years ago...

    601367601369Sold this 1914 DWM several years ago and am trying to remember what reference book I used to identify the stamping. Regardless it was a tired 1914 that I bought locally for a song and I...
  31. Guess I was thinking that numbers 1 through 9...

    Guess I was thinking that numbers 1 through 9 were single digit and 10 through 99 were 2 digit, 100 through 999 were 3 digit and so on. Does that pass a sanity check??
  32. The 1910 Mauser pocket pistols were numbered...

    The 1910 Mauser pocket pistols were numbered consecutively from S/N 1 in 1910 to about 1940 with over 428,000 produced. I say 1940, because the last of the breed had Eagle N proofs and if I remember...
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    A very nice collection. Thank you for sharing.

    A very nice collection. Thank you for sharing.
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    eDd, The early side latch pistols had serialized...

    eDd,
    The early side latch pistols had serialized magazines and triggers. I have S/N 319 and it is serialized on most small parts and the magazine floor plate. I'm not sure at where in the production...
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