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Thread: Need sources for aftermarket Luger grips, mags.

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    Default Need sources for aftermarket Luger grips, mags.

    I want to shoot my Lugers without risking damage to the matching grips or magazines.
    I need P08 and 06/29 grips, preferably plastic.

    Thanks

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    Ebay is offering a pair of East German grips today. They would be perfect for shooting.
    " 'To everything there is a season...a time for war and a time for peace'. and this is the time for war". Reverend Peter Muhlenberg, January 21, 1776, Woodstock, Virginia

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    I can help you with both items in your request. Give me a call and we can discuss it in detail.
    Jim Kemp
    Collector & Researcher of Lugers & Nambus
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    In my experience, mec-gar stainless steel mags work great in my Luger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STEYRHAHNFAN View Post
    In my experience, mec-gar stainless steel mags work great in my Luger.
    Thank you. I have a couple of blue Mec-Gar magazines and they work well with .30 Luger but 9mm cartridges seem to catch on the cutout on the side. It could be the shape of the bullet I'm using.

    Do the Mec-Gar mags work OK in a Swiss 06/29? I don't have a 29 but may buy one in the near future.

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    OK. I definitely need some replacement grips for my new (for me) Swiss 06/29. The red canvasite (looks like gutta percha to me) grips are in perfect shape and the 1st thing I did was remove them and wrap them in bubble wrap.

    Bern 1929 Red Grip1.jpg
    If anyone has after-market or cheap bakelite grips for sale for an 06/29, I am interested.

    Please contact me with what you have and asking price.

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    I have found some black plastic grips that fit. Thanks to all.

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