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    Stefan, thanks for the data !! Always...

    Stefan, thanks for the data !! Always appreciated.
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    Crash, Thanks for the try. Please check the...

    Crash, Thanks for the try. Please check the numbers again. There was no "Q" Block made in 1942.
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    Hi Moon, thanks for the data. It's always...

    Hi Moon, thanks for the data. It's always appreciated.
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    Adriaan, thanks for the report.

    Adriaan, thanks for the report.
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    Dave thanks for the reply.

    Dave thanks for the reply.
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    Dave, Thanks for the data! Do you also have 432m...

    Dave, Thanks for the data! Do you also have 432m ?
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    Ed, looks likes a "f" to me too!

    Ed, looks likes a "f" to me too!
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    I agree with the "E" Block. FWIW :)

    I agree with the "E" Block. FWIW :)
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    1srelluc, thanks for the data. It's always...

    1srelluc, thanks for the data. It's always appreciated.
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    Looks like a social security number to me. Many...

    Looks like a social security number to me. Many people added the number for ownership!
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    holster collector, thanks for the data. It's...

    holster collector, thanks for the data. It's always appreciated.
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    Hi Mike, thanks for the data. As always, it's...

    Hi Mike, thanks for the data. As always, it's greatly appreciated!
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    Tim, S/N 6689h, 122 Magazine is for a 1940 Code...

    Tim, S/N 6689h, 122 Magazine is for a 1940 Code 42 Luger. :)
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    Shayne, thanks, I already had you data Glen,...

    Shayne, thanks, I already had you data

    Glen, thanks for your data!

    All data is greatly appreciated.
  15. Thread: P38 SVW 45 nazi

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    Walter, your P.38 was made by Mauser in April...

    Walter, your P.38 was made by Mauser in April 1945. What other information do you want?
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    Hi Andy, Thank you for the data on your...

    Hi Andy,

    Thank you for the data on your Portuguese Luger. I don't see too many of these!
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    Ken, my best guess for a 42 byf D-Block is...

    Ken, my best guess for a 42 byf D-Block is February/March 1942. :)
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    Ken, my best guess would be July/August 1940. ...

    Ken, my best guess would be July/August 1940. Mauser made about 12,000 Lugers per month, so I can't get any closer.
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    thirtycal, It may be my old eyes, but the barrel...

    thirtycal, It may be my old eyes, but the barrel serial number appears to be 2754, NOT 2784. If this is correct, I would walk away. Otherwise, it's worth buying. Only about 1000 41 code 42 Lugers...
  20. Thread: Roger Wolff

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    I'll second that.

    I'll second that.
  21. Thread: "Target" Luger

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    I removed the rear toggle and front sight from my...

    I removed the rear toggle and front sight from my "shooter". Then replaced the rear toggle and filed the rear sight square, and added a K98 front sight. Took it to the range and in about 6...
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    Max, I think I see a "L8" marking on one (maybe...

    Max, I think I see a "L8" marking on one (maybe both) grips. These were made my "Vintage Gun Grips" post war. They are great for shooter Lugers, but I wouldn't recommend them for collectible Lugers.
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    Pete & Shayne, rather than a N or P, it very well...

    Pete & Shayne, rather than a N or P, it very well could be a H. Just a thought! :)
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    Matt, your 41 byf Luger, serial number 2715x, was...

    Matt, your 41 byf Luger, serial number 2715x, was completed about September 1941. Hope this helps a little! :)
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    Geo, the magazines for 1937 Lugers were marked...

    Geo, the magazines for 1937 Lugers were marked SE/63 beginning in the R Block and continued for the remainder of the 1937 Production. Tom is correct, as usual!! :)

    Buschkrieg, A magazine that...
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    Luger 41 byf S/N 8804u was completed in about...

    Luger 41 byf S/N 8804u was completed in about July 1941, based on a uniform production rate!

    Hope this helps a little! :)
  27. Thread: 1939 variations

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    Adriaan, I believe there are 6 variations of 1939...

    Adriaan, I believe there are 6 variations of 1939 Lugers!

    The first variation is a S/42 but tough on to get your hands around because the inspection marks are very difficult to read. But I...
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    Bill, I stand corrected. Abzug is absolutely...

    Bill, I stand corrected. Abzug is absolutely correct!! It should be a "122" magazine, not an "fxo". I very carefully look at my magazine list and must have had a gigantic brain fart when I made my...
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    Bill, the correct magazine for your 41 Code 42...

    Bill, the correct magazine for your 41 Code 42 O-Block Luger is a "fxo" aluminum bottom numbered type. Further, if you rest the magazine on it's spine (the flat narrow side) the "P.08" should be...
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    Marshal, thanks for the data on your new Luger. ...

    Marshal, thanks for the data on your new Luger. It's appreciated
  31. Thread: Pet Peeve

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    Tom, Right on. I have been involved in several...

    Tom, Right on. I have been involved in several of the "good" ones. First time I paid $165 for a match to one of my Lugers. Next I sold a matching magazine to the owner for $150. Then I traded...
  32. Thread: faked mag?

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    Adriaan, the magazins shown is a "fxo" type used...

    Adriaan, the magazins shown is a "fxo" type used with a 41 byf Luger. The Luger shown is a 1939 Code 42. Both items are real, but don't belong together.

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    Adriaan, the...
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    Thanks Dave! I agree, it's probably Portuguese.

    Thanks Dave! I agree, it's probably Portuguese.
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    Troy, my money is on reproduction grips. :( ...

    Troy, my money is on reproduction grips. :(

    Sorry, hope you didn't spend much for the grips!
  35. Victor, Mauser used three different E/63...

    Victor, Mauser used three different E/63 acceptance marks. Thus "small" E/63, then "medium" E/63M & "large" E/63L.

    The E/63M are first found on 1939 S/42 Lugers from the O-Block to about the...
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