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    Your best bet would be to find a cheap 1920...

    Your best bet would be to find a cheap 1920 commercial in 7,65mm and swap parts. Regards, Jim
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    GUNHEEP, thanks for listing those Luftwaffe...

    GUNHEEP, thanks for listing those Luftwaffe Drillings that you are aware of. Interestingly, I had all of them except one in my database along with their Proof-House dates. Stay well, JIM
  3. Thread: Behorden?

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    205497 first noted police accepted *K (located...

    205497 first noted police accepted *K (located presently in Germany); 205939 1st noted B.S. gripstrap marked with *K acceptance; 207202 1st noted S.Mg.xx with *K acceptance; 208410 first noted police...
  4. Thread: Behorden?

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    Go ahead Nieuport, light'em up! roy666 has the...

    Go ahead Nieuport, light'em up! roy666 has the answer if the newbies will take the time to read! Best, jps-s
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    Where do we find the listing of the books? Advise...

    Where do we find the listing of the books? Advise please. Thanks, JIM
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    Advise if you have J. P. Sauer & Sohn, Vols. I &...

    Advise if you have J. P. Sauer & Sohn, Vols. I & II. Thanks, Jim Cate [email protected]
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    Beautiful holster. I guess the original owner had...

    Beautiful holster. I guess the original owner had a ranking desk job and didn't wear it except at New Year's parties...
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    You did not mention the police acceptance (or any...

    You did not mention the police acceptance (or any acceptance) in your original inquiry. Therefore I assumed it to be a commercial pistol. Thanks for the update.
    Stay well, Jim
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    I believe the reason we see some of the red dots...

    I believe the reason we see some of the red dots that are perfect and some that are not is because the 'hands of man' painted that dot. It probably was some nice old lady and she did the best she...
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    Your Sauer was made in late October 1943 and is a...

    Your Sauer was made in late October 1943 and is a commercial variation. It was probably a private purchase Sauer by an officer. Does the holster have any identifying stamps or a manufacturer's name?...
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    Fausto, I have seen numerous Sauer Model H...

    Fausto, I have seen numerous Sauer Model H pistols with the red dot "messed out". Obviously these were applied by an individual by hand and I'm sure some small round-nose brush was used. The paint...
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    Yes it's an "r".....the sear bar has the...

    Yes it's an "r".....the sear bar has the starburst K on it indicating police replacement or police property....it is not the 'hold open".... Jim
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    Yes, according to the auction results it sold...

    Yes, according to the auction results it sold...
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    DWM Swiss 1898/99

    EXCEPTIONAL DWM SWISS 1898/99 BORCHARDT


    Lot # 1047 (Sale Order: 49 of 513) TRANSITIONAL EXPERIMENTAL PISTOL, FACTORY CASED, #6. Cal. 7.65mm Luger. S# 6. Arguably THE MOST IMPORTANT Luger in...
  15. Thread: Holster Id

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    I believe the bottom one (brown) is for a Model...

    I believe the bottom one (brown) is for a Model 34 Mauser or an HSc. The toe is too wide for a Sauer M.38H... Jim
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    New Luger price guide

    Was the new Luger price guide shown here on the forum? Someone had mentioned it and attached a link showing the different pages. I'd like to find it again. Thanks! Jim
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    Yes, it is very possible that it is a early '26...

    Yes, it is very possible that it is a early '26 Export mag made from the body of an unmarked Model 13 mag. The early (first 200 approx.) of the Model 13 mags were not marked. Sauer wasted nothing and...
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    Did you look inside of the barrels to determine...

    Did you look inside of the barrels to determine if there is a crack in either one or both? 5/26 is the Suhl Proof-house date, 57267 is probably an inhouse number and has no relationship to the actual...
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    Yes, it is a wartime police numbered magazine....

    Yes, it is a wartime police numbered magazine. Many times, especially on Sauer magazines, the last 3 digits of the serial number of a police pistol are found on the magazines. With the added 2 it...
  20. Could it be a '08 Navy receiver with toggle...

    Could it be a '08 Navy receiver with toggle assembly? If so, it should be in the 'b' suffix range. Also, does the axle pin have a large 'head'? '08s don't have a squeeze safety and this Luger doesn't...
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    I've used a combination of bees' wax mixed with...

    I've used a combination of bees' wax mixed with mineral oil that I purchased in Germany years ago. It softens and basically waterproofs leather. It works rather well on most everything that's made of...
  22. Thread: Holster ID Help

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    I agree with Gebirg!

    I agree with Gebirg!
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    There is no magazine safety 'bump' on the spare...

    There is no magazine safety 'bump' on the spare magazine pouch/container. I don't believe it carried a Sauer or there would be one present on the spare mag pouch.
    JIM
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    I can't tell what was on the bottom/floor plate...

    I can't tell what was on the bottom/floor plate before being numbered, but I will say I have never seen a Model 30 or a Behörden magazine that was blank to begin with. The Model 30 mags have the SuS...
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    There are no photos showing the top of the...

    There are no photos showing the top of the pistol....receiver and toggle assembly. Please add these to what you have posted. Thanks, JIM
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    Another Luftwaffe Drilling has surfaced

    Sauer Luftwaffe Drilling, 338304, has surfaced on a known websight. It was proofed 542 (May 1942). A decent example but the wood has been refinished so it seems. JIM
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    I agree with 03man! The finish is rust blue...

    I agree with 03man! The finish is rust blue...
  28. Thread: Dutch Luger book

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    $150 shipped...Jim

    $150 shipped...Jim
  29. Thread: Dutch Luger book

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    Dutch Luger book

    The Dutch Luger- By Bas J. Martens and Guss De Vries- Copyright 1994- 269 Pages- Hardback book with sleeve- In excellent condition. $200 shipped via Media Mail.
    Jim Cate, [email protected]
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    Jack Daniels from Tennessee says stay home and...

    Jack Daniels from Tennessee says stay home and quietly celebrate Cinco de Mayo!
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    Thumbsafety lever for Sauer Model 38H

    I thought I had one in one of my Sauer parts boxes, but I don't. If you have one that I can buy I would appreciate hearing from you.
    Thanks, Jim Cate ([email protected])
  32. Thread: Wuhan Red Death

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    Nice to see someone else who collects beersteins!...

    Nice to see someone else who collects beersteins! JIM
  33. The pistol is a "post-war" GI assembled example...

    The pistol is a "post-war" GI assembled example that has been semi-polished and blued of late. The loaded indicator pin is missing as is the cocking/decocking lever assembly. The breechblock pin has...
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    That would have been 1066 with the Norman...

    That would have been 1066 with the Norman invasion. Sorry about the typo. Just wait until you get old!! JIM
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    September / October 1043

    September / October 1043
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