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Artillery Luger from Jersey, Channel Islands

Article about: This is the first time I have put these guns together, so I took a few photo's. Not the best pics as the weather was not at its best.The gun first in the row spent the Occupation years burie

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    This is the first time I have put these guns together, so I took a few photo's. Not the best pics as the weather was not at its best.The gun first in the row spent the Occupation years buried in the ground. It was a WW.1 bring back, and the owner buried it rather than surrender it to the German armed forces. Its a little rough but shoots ok. They are all dated 1917, except for one that is dated 1916 and has a re-work date of 1920. These guns are not mint examples but all are off the Island of Jersey from the time of the German Occupation.
    When the weather is better I will take some nicer photos for you to see.
    All the best from Jersey,
    D
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    Very, Very nice lugers.
    Thanks for show them.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    That is a great collection friend. Really nice.

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    Thanks for your comments, much appreciated.
    D

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    Is the 1916 LP08 marked on the back strap of the grip?

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    Hi habicht,
    No there is nothing on the back strap, nor has anything been removed.
    D

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    Very very nice D, I am in love!
    Ben

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    Wonderful collection, beautiful

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    Very nice family Damien
    The best Militaria forum in France is here : http://deutsch-militaria.forumactif.us/

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    What a collection ! timothy

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