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Thread: 1939 dated mauser military and police lugers

  1. #31
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    Unhappy Here is mine

    I would like to know an easy way to read these marks? what could I use for white to show up in the marks?
    Oh yea, I knew better but did it anyway I pulled the pin on at trigger guard left side and the thing came apart. The side plate and pin are now back in but the weapon is very loose, like spring is missing or not right?
    If you can help, I promise never to do this again.
    Thanks Kurt
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    New to the boards. I have a Luger Serial Number 767 all matching with holster from 1900+ It is an Artillery? (stock clip) Please tell me what you can.

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    John... Welcome to the Forum. It would sure help if you could post some pictures or give more details like lenght of barrel and markings over chamber. Is it 9 mm or 7.65??
    dave

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    Here are the photos
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    7.65

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    John ... It would appear to be an Alphabet Commercial made in late 1923.
    dave

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    Kurt,

    Most folks use this stuff from Brownells :

    http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=7...CQUER_STIK_reg_

    It is removal...contrary to the ad write-up...

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    hello, am new to the forum and I want to know price luger is in the picture if someone could help me. Greetings from slovenija, Prebil Gregor
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    Default 1939 Date 42 Code

    Seeing if I can get some life back in this thread, photos of serial #5008U, matching numbers except the FXO magazine.
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    George,
    That is a very nice 1939-42, I think the plum colored receiver gives it an unique look!
    Tom

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