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1936 Luger with matching mag.

Article about: I thought I would post this. It was one of the first all matching lugers that I acquired. It has the matching magazine which was the spare and denoted by the + sign. Holster is also 1936.

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    Default 1936 Luger with matching mag.

    I thought I would post this. It was one of the first all matching lugers that I acquired. It has the matching magazine which was the spare and denoted by the + sign. Holster is also 1936.
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    Nice looking pistol-I'm glad we who reside in the US can still fire such things, however just give the liberals time!!

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    Tis a thing of beauty, looks in fantastic condition, and it can be fired is the holster maker marked?
    Ben

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    Ben, all of the WWII weapons I have are fully operable. While I don't shoot 95% of them there are a couple I do take to the range on a regular basis. I don't remember if the holster is marked, I know it's dated but I will have to dig it out and see. I have a box full of holsters packed away as I store the guns separated in the safes.

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    If I lived in the US I would buy lugers that could fire, I would also have a firer that I could use on a regular basis, along with lots of other guns (yes I do like guns) I used to shoot competitivley, I had a 686 Smith and Wesson with PM grips, Houge site and comnpensated barrel. I used to shoot Police 1500 and practical shoots. Had my own Lee turret press loader the works unitl we had to hand it all in (along with my Mk 3 Browning, .32 & .22 hammereli and a .22 Des Unigue
    Ben

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    If I lived in the US I would buy lugers that could fire, I would also have a firer that I could use on a regular basis, along with lots of other guns (yes I do like guns) I used to shoot competitivley, I had a 686 Smith and Wesson with PM grips, Houge site and comnpensated barrel. I used to shoot Police 1500 and practical shoots. Had my own Lee turret press loader the works unitl we had to hand it all in (along with my Mk 3 Browning, .32 & .22 hammereli and a .22 Des Unigue
    I'm a lucky man to live in a country that allows such freedoms. I have a few to select from when I venture to the range. I am a member of a private range in the country, my own key to get in. Targets to 300 meters and concrete shooting area with bathrooms and weather covers. I should get some photos while I'm out some time.
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    I am now sooooo jealous, will you marry me?
    Ben

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