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Luger ID

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    hi could anyone help with some specifics regarding this relic Luger? any information would be appreciated, thanks!
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    Its rusty.

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    That's a start.

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    Very hard mate from a rusted lump like that, theres no detail to see ect so very hard to comment on
    Ben

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    Welcome to the forum BTW
    Ben

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    Also have a trawl through the luger forum, you might pick something up

    Luger P08 forum at War relics forum
    Ben

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    Thanks - Is there any difference in shape then between a WW1 & WW2 Luger?

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    With the toggle back like that, is it possible it jammed or the clip was emptied during combat? Just a thought!
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    I have moved your thread to the Luger forum.

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    Quote by specialed View Post
    Thanks - Is there any difference in shape then between a WW1 & WW2 Luger?
    No not really, there can be subtle differences but from yours impossible to tell, could be 1st or 2nd world war
    Ben

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