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Thread: Luger Replacement Mag Study

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    Nice collection of magazines Klaus. You have an un-numbered S/42 E154 so it is good to know they exist.
    One that might be missing from my group is a B90 replacement. Anyone have one of those?
    No problem with everyone posting the Police magazines too.
    As for wood bottoms I know nothing about them but the more the merrier!
    EdD, I'm not computer smart enough to know about pdf's.
    Tom

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    Thanks to EdD for creating a pdf for the study!
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    I think that one can find replacement mags for every Luger during 1908-1942
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    That makes sense because if a soldiers original magazines were lost or damaged they had to be replaced with something.
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    I saw this posting on another Forum yesterday. 1939-42 Luger (not shown) with one original matching magazine and a numbered matching replacement. Sn 8209u. Looks like an original field replacement to me. Rare to see all three at once.
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