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Help needed with two WWII lugers?

Article about: Even if it's not the exact holster that was issued with it, it's still a decent Luger holster and I'd definitely keep the pair together. Luger's are great shooters when they're not jamming f

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    Even if it's not the exact holster that was issued with it, it's still a decent Luger holster and I'd definitely keep the pair together. Luger's are great shooters when they're not jamming from deformed lips on the clips-the only prob, is they sometimes have a tendency to toss the brass back in your face! Me? Shooting-wise, I'd stick with the P-38 ! A no-nonsense war gun that get's the job done and no problems! William
    Did you get the 2 for a good price? What did they end up setting you back??
    William

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

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    Lol - Is one now a shooter, and the other just for the collection ?

    The Luger has been one of my favorite pistols, ever since
    the first time I saw one, but I've never fired one
    nor do I own one. Perhaps some day.........!

    Congrats on aquiring these fabulous guns !
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    I paid $1200 USD for the S/42 vet PU and $700 for the byf import marked one. The P-38 I gave $800 USD it is a vet PU with holster also. So you do think the top holster is a period one?

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    Thanks, the 1937 S/42 is a safe queen I can't bring myself to shoot it, I am for sure keeping it for my collection. The byf 41 I thought i would shoot a little for now and maybe trade for something else later on down the road, I just could not pass it up for $700 US with 1939 marked holster and take down tool.

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    Looks good to me-you've got a fine pair of Lugers! And that was a Fine deal!(the takedown tool alone is pricey!) The holster is either vintage or Just postwar, but either way, no problems. William
    William

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

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    very nice lugers, i never shoot one before, its my dream... thanks to share

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