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    All parts are sold.

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    WTS: Luger parts kit for shooting your Luger

    I don't shoot my Lugers any longer so, am offering this kit of parts. These are the parts I used to shoot my collectible Lugers in order not to risk breaking those valuable original, numbered parts....
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    Sold

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  4. Book is sold! Thanks.

    NT
  5. FS: Book - Third Reich Lugers by Jan C. Still - New Price

    New price is $250. Here is the original FS post.

    https://luger.gunboards.com/showthread.php?t=15782
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    FS: Third Reich Lugers by Jan C. Still

    I have an extra copy of Jan Stills book Third Reich Lugers available that I will sell. It is the original addition from 1988. It's in mint, like new condition. Although opened a few times it shows...
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    SALE PENDING. This 1936 S/42 is s/n 7055g with...

    SALE PENDING. This 1936 S/42 is s/n 7055g with all matching numbers except magazine which is a correct "g" series Type I nickel plated mag and only 700 s/n away. (MecGar magazine in photo is not...
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    Hi, Jerry. In the event that no one here has any...

    Hi, Jerry. In the event that no one here has any 45 Colt brass, Midway USA sells new, unprimed 45 Colt brass in the $20 to $30 range per 100. (The have Remington, Winchester, MagTech, and...
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    Very nice report and very helpful. I too have...

    Very nice report and very helpful. I too have been searching for aftermarket wood grips for my 1936 S/42 and have run into the same thickness problem as you. The change in feel is, for me,...
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    Check your PM.

    Check your PM.
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    WTB Magazine - Type I for my 1936 S/42

    I need a nickel body Type I mag with aluminum bottom. Would love a "g" suffix but anything from "F" through "M" will do. Can anyone help?
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    I have a 1936 S/42 and its firing pin is...

    I have a 1936 S/42 and its firing pin is numbered and, to my knowledge, all 1936 firing pins are numbered to the gun.
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    In order to give you accurate opinions most...

    In order to give you accurate opinions most collectors would want pics of:
    1) Top of chamber and toggle
    2) Front of frame showing serial number and letter suffix
    3) Left and right side full views...
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    Sale pending - awaiting funds

    Sale pending - awaiting funds
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    FS: Repro grips for your Luger shooter

    I have a pair of brand new walnut aftermarket grips for a P08. They have been fit to my P08 so do not need the slight fitting normally required of most aftermarket grips. After fitting them to my...
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    Now, I'm confused as well. I have an all numbers...

    Now, I'm confused as well. I have an all numbers matching 1936 S/42 with s/n number 7055g. It has "55" on all parts including the side plate. But, there is no stamping of any kind on the inside of...
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    Maybe so, Pete. But then, I like big bullets and...

    Maybe so, Pete. But then, I like big bullets and lots of them in the magazine for home defense. That said, I wouldn't feel under-gunned with the Luger in the night stand. The Luger is lots of fun...
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    Shooting my 1936 S/42

    Took my 1936 S/42 to the outdoor range yesterday and was expecting to use the 15 yard pistol range. We started shooting on the 25 yard rifle range so we could sight in our scoped .22 rifles. Just...
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    Wouldn't the value be more if the period holster...

    Wouldn't the value be more if the period holster were genuine?
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    Thanks, Alvin.

    Thanks, Alvin.
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    Thanks Jerry. That's what I was hoping as the...

    Thanks Jerry. That's what I was hoping as the pistol seems to be working correctly in all other respects. Maybe I just wasn't explaining the issue correctly. Thanks also to Tim for his comments.
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    Thanks Jerry. That's what I was hoping as the...

    Thanks Jerry. That's what I was hoping as the pistol seems to be working correctly in all other respects. Maybe I just wasn't explaining the issue correctly. Thanks also to Tim for his comments.
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    Upon further examination, I find that the toggle...

    Upon further examination, I find that the toggle can be pulled back with the safety on as long as the firing pin has been cocked and set on the sear. If the firing pin has been tripped the toggle...
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    Upon further examination, I find that the toggle...

    Upon further examination, I find that the toggle can be pulled back with the safety on as long as the firing pin has been cocked and set on the sear. If the firing pin has been tripped the toggle...
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    Does safety prevent toggle back?

    My 1936 will not let me pull the toggle all the way back to hold open position when the safety is on. Is this correct for the P08s?
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    Thanks, works great.

    Thanks, works great.
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    Correct way to release sear on a Luger

    I can't find it in a search of the forum so, will ask here.

    What is the correct way to release the sear on a Luger without actually dry firing the pistol?
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    WTB: Type I Mauser magazine - nickel tube

    I need a Type I Mauser military magazine with the nickel tube and aluminum base. Would like f,g or h serial block, if possible. (The holy grail would be 7055 g)

    I would also settle for a S/42...
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    Thanks, Frank. Will this phenomenon also apply...

    Thanks, Frank. Will this phenomenon also apply to rust bluing? Jan Still (in his book) contends that the early Lugers into 1936 (mine's an early 1936) were rust blued.
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    Sticky: Jan, Here's info on my 1936 S/42 1936 S/42,sn...

    Jan, Here's info on my 1936 S/42

    1936 S/42,sn 7055g, DE/63(sm) DE/63(sm), MTP, Sharp barrel band, ETP barrel, un-numbered grips, no matching mags
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    Thanks, Jan. Care to comment on why my side...

    Thanks, Jan. Care to comment on why my side plate is worn so much more than any other part of the pistol. I've never seen another Luger with such a lopsided wear pattern. If it were holster wear,...
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    Perfect! That explains it precisely. Thanks. ...

    Perfect! That explains it precisely. Thanks.

    Now, I still want some comments on why my side plate is so much more worn than the barrel or any other part of the frame. It would seem that if it...
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    I think I may have an answer. I went into my Jan...

    I think I may have an answer. I went into my Jan Still book and looked at all the Mauser K Date and G date Lugers and they all have the "sharp" (bolo?) band you speak of. When I look at all the...
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    There's one up above but here it is again with...

    There's one up above but here it is again with another I just took. Not enough light available tonight without using flash. What are you looking for? I can post another tomorrow if these don't get...
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    Serial number is 7055g. It's an early 1936.

    Serial number is 7055g. It's an early 1936.
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