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1918 Luger

Article about: Well guys, I got a nice 1918 Luger to go with the holster. With the luger itself I know a bit of the history. It has been with the previous owner since 1974, in the condition that it is now.

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    Nice 1918 Luger. Enjoy it Ben! Pre deact. groupings were good. They are very unique guns to fire.

    Docf

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    Quote by mauser9 View Post
    Very nice Ben. Sometimes a deact in 100% condition and matching is better to have than a firing one that breaks a piece that cannot be replaced. Recall a member at my gun club firing a G-43 and had the extractor go south. Pretty expensive for firing a couple rounds. Having the real deal is all that matters sometimes. just the way I feel.
    Did you hit yourself on the head lately ?. It is ALWAYS preferable to have an ORIGINAL peice in operable condition than a paperweight. The example of a G/K43 is bad...those rifles are like driving a yugo....parts WILL break and fall off.
    I've had a G41M and it was a bugbear to get running..really not worth the work to make it function but it either shoots or it finds a new home !.

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    Quote by gew98 View Post
    Did you hit yourself on the head lately ?. It is ALWAYS preferable to have an ORIGINAL peice in operable condition than a paperweight. The example of a G/K43 is bad...those rifles are like driving a yugo....parts WILL break and fall off.
    I've had a G41M and it was a bugbear to get running..really not worth the work to make it function but it either shoots or it finds a new home !.
    Agree Gew98. I realize it is preferable to own a gun capable of firing but I realize in some countries they are not allowed. I merely meant it was better to have a piece of history than nothing at all. Thanks for your kind words.

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    Ben, gone Luger loopy, I for one don't blame you.
    Another nice one in the bag.
    I think I am right in saying its from RJ Militaria, I had some nice things from him in the past
    and always find Richard helpful and friendly.
    As ever, lovely P08 and keep them coming!
    Jonathan.

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    Yes Jonathan it was, and yes I am soooo into lugers you would not believe Richard seems like a nice guy to deal with
    Ben

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    Quote by docf View Post
    Nice 1918 Luger. Enjoy it Ben! Pre deact. groupings were good. They are very unique guns to fire.

    Docf
    I have fired one Doc at Bisley some years ago, lovely gun to shoot
    Ben

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    Ben your love of Lugers is going to drive you to move to the States were you can truely enjoy them.

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    Could go and live with the son, he lives there
    Ben

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    Take up duel residency! What State? You only live once .

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    You KNOW you wanna load up and make noise with them! lol
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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