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Luger, Again Sebastian

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    does this effect the value ?

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    Quote by jfxcushman View Post
    The sideplate is mismatched, but if it works, 600 is a very decent price. it looks like the toggle train also is mismatched.
    Jerry
    Does this have much to effect the value of the Luger?

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    Quote by Sebastian View Post
    Does this have much to effect the value of the Luger?
    A P08 with mixed numbers is ok if it's deactivated. A live one is a whole different ballgame. Collectors always look for a Luger with the same numbering in every part including the wooden grips (cast black grips bore all the same markings from the mold). So a matching numbers Luger is desireable and would bring a premium when in good cond.
    Best regards, Thanos.

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    Piece is a mismatch. No collector value.
    Good for a shooter.
    $600 in US is not a bad price these days.

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    Quote by Mikel View Post
    Piece is a mismatch. No collector value.
    what!!!!! a luger has and will always be a collector gun weather its mismatched or not

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    Serious Luger collectors are amongst the fussiest and most anal people alive.
    I have been fooling with them over 50 years.
    I presently only have about 20 of different variation.
    Condition and originality are the two big factors.
    Lugers are getting expensive and are heavily faked.
    A mismatch mag is not a big deal.
    Anything else and it goes downhill fast.
    Small parts break and it is no longer a good idea to fire originals.
    This pistol falls into the shooter category and is not a collectable piece.
    It does not fit properly in an era or as a variation. It is a parts gun.
    $600 in the US is a decent price as a shooter or for somebody who wants a "Luger" example.
    Spend some time at the Luger forum and educate yourself.
    Drop the baseless opinions.

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    I think the miscommunication here is that a Luger, matching or not, is still a Luger and a fine item to collect. 'Shooters' can still be collected. A serious collector will go for the matching ones Mikel, you are correct, but every collector has his or her standards of what is collectible. Let's not argue over what each other should like or not like.

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    A nice Luger Sebastian, my Vater had one some years ago!

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    The front sight is not correct for a P08.

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    I could be wrong but it doesn't look like the toggle assembly is mismatched to me as the toggle and the extractor bear the same digits (32) as the weapons serial number.

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