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    Pete, dug the luger out and it is an 1915 DWM...

    Pete, dug the luger out and it is an 1915 DWM serial # 2548 g unit mark on frame just above right grip L.I.R.73.12.K.2. matched mag
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    faked for sure

    faked for sure
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    Pete, I have a unit marked luger in my collection...

    Pete, I have a unit marked luger in my collection marked in the same way as your photo, I have no reason to suspect it is anything but original, not sure if this one has been posted here on the forum...
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    looks like his breechblock is proofed, barrel...

    looks like his breechblock is proofed, barrel definetly has some issues.
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    very nice setup, good that the original toggle...

    very nice setup, good that the original toggle train was kept with the pistol.
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    Bob, I wouldn't call an Navy marked Mauser 34...

    Bob, I wouldn't call an Navy marked Mauser 34 rare as quite a few have been reported, you will find more N property marked than O property marked that is for sure. Respecting the magazine it is nice...
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    well a nice dinner and a movie costs 150 so if...

    well a nice dinner and a movie costs 150 so if you got this old Erfurt for that I'd say you did good, heck parts alone can be worth more. These are fine old shooters, nothing more and great to learn...
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    Dow--construction and higher paying jobs keeps me...

    Dow--construction and higher paying jobs keeps me in Canada's far north most of the year, winter months she's all solid so more time for the hobby.

    Awfull egg--you are correct that many fellows...
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    Most lugers that I am aware of trade between like...

    Most lugers that I am aware of trade between like minded collectors, many deals at gunshows and in some of our online forums based in Canada. Many collectors here at home do not agree that we should...
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    Tell me the parts you need, have a few...

    Tell me the parts you need, have a few connections, Marstar has an exploded parts diagram that will help with identification, send an email as not always on the forum except winter months Dec through...
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    Correct spelling is Canada my friend, In my...

    Correct spelling is Canada my friend, In my opinion the United States of America has the most lugers that are known to collectors on this forum,the information from awfull egg is wrong in some...
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    nice job Norme

    nice job Norme
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    You have a very nice O property marked Weimar era...

    You have a very nice O property marked Weimar era altered 06 navy, superb refinishing job.
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    Thankyou for the warm welcome Dow, never really...

    Thankyou for the warm welcome Dow, never really left. just up North a lot and little time left for hobbies these days.So just what is the scoop on this Navy, it has the long frame to be sure but wide...
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    Stoggie, some of the best info on police lugers...

    Stoggie, some of the best info on police lugers can be found in Don Maus works titled History Writ in Steel, also within this forum their is many posts on Police Lugers, reworked police lugers and so...
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    If she is a 1st issue altered the thumb safety...

    If she is a 1st issue altered the thumb safety has no milling marks.
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    your luger definetly has police unit markings,...

    your luger definetly has police unit markings, the 1920 found on many lugers from the Imperial era is a property mark of the government(Weimar), not all post WW#1 era lugers are marked in this...
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    Kris, your message box is full

    Kris, your message box is full
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    Nice original naval luger, nice to see them in...

    Nice original naval luger, nice to see them in all stages of war finish, as to your mag yes indeed upgrade when you can to an original mag, doesn't have to be pretty just proper, most lugers let...
  20. Thread: mag # 2107

    by lugerlou
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    I would think the serials should be the other...

    I would think the serials should be the other direction for an concentric circled mag base, could be old naval stock that had been serialed in the military not naval fashion, then to Weimar, begs an...
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    william Poag Bill, I believe your service in...

    william Poag

    Bill, I believe your service in the military is reward enough for most of these generous men, this is a super forum with most members giving of their time and expertise in many...
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    Thats a very nice thing you men have done for Mr...

    Thats a very nice thing you men have done for Mr Poag
  23. Dave, if the Costanzo book is still available I...

    Dave, if the Costanzo book is still available I will take it after replying to DZ
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    William Poag Nice luger, enjoyed your photos,...

    William Poag

    Nice luger, enjoyed your photos, your luger is righteous as they get, cannot quite make out the entire C/M receiver acceptances however both top lobes are partially present, the crown...
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    Sambo Lots is not known about these lugers,...

    Sambo

    Lots is not known about these lugers, outside the reported serial range is not grounds by itself to call the KU incorrect, have you checked the inside of your grips for the large serial...
  26. Excellent tribute to a fine airman David, job...

    Excellent tribute to a fine airman David, job well done.
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    First it was naval lugers, then one of a kind,...

    First it was naval lugers, then one of a kind, now even the poor old Ku's are taking a beating. Before ruling this luger as an outright fake it would be nice to see some of the barrel markings a...
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    Nice sawmill photos, thats pretty nice timber...

    Nice sawmill photos, thats pretty nice timber those men are cutting, British Columbia like Oregon and Washington shares a colourfull and historic background in the forest industry, their is still a...
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    The pistol has a WaA marking so it is not an...

    The pistol has a WaA marking so it is not an Naval Femeru. The heers waffenamt stamp does not neccessarily mean non naval in itself but shows procurement by the army, an Naval accepted Femeru should...
  30. Thread: First Luger

    by lugerlou
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    welcome to the forum, your Mauser manufactured...

    welcome to the forum, your Mauser manufactured pistol was definetly reworked, eagle 63 would be proper for the slide--receiver in luger nomenclature. the magazines with the 2100 --is this on the very...
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    considering the Germans shot a box or two daily...

    considering the Germans shot a box or two daily your luger will survive quite fine, proper cleaning and maintenance is key to any firearms longevity.

    Lugers were severly tested and remained the...
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    what a beautifull piece of leather, looks like...

    what a beautifull piece of leather, looks like the colour has run slightly, middle row last photo on R H side.
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    The right hand toggle knob had the spring,...

    The right hand toggle knob had the spring, locking lever and pin, the 1904 naval variation with the squared knobs and 90 degree dicing still had the toggle lock but was probably one of the last to...
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    yes

    yes
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    Thankyou for the info Tim

    Thankyou for the info Tim
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