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Luger P08 what type and value

Article about: Hi All! This is my Luger P08 , i know the condition is not the best but if someone takes it in his hand looks better like in the pictures, , need few part, /can be easily disassembled or ass

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    Hi All!

    This is my Luger P08 , i know the condition is not the best but if someone takes it in his hand looks better like in the pictures, , need few part, /can be easily disassembled or assembled we find it In Hungary at the basement few months ago,was rusty but im cleaned as i can, i didnt see any marks just a "8" number on the top, I do not collect the weapons, I want to sell it! how much can I ask for it?the trigger has it! but is currently being cleaned

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    Luger P08 what type  and value






    Luger P08 what type  and valueLuger P08 what type  and value

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    That could be a 1918 date.

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    Agree with Richie on the date. Unfortunately gun is in poor condition. Discussing value and "what can I get for it" is not wise to ask here on the forum.

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    I collect pistols and honestly, I wouldn't give $100 for it. Some people collect relics, but the "gun" value is gone.

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    Quote by Richie B View Post
    That could be a 1918 date.
    It could also be 1908, 1928 or 1938! But the magazine base looks to be metal rather than wood... so probably post WW1.
    Author of... 'Belfast Diaries: A Gunner In Northern Ireland'... 'A Tough Nut To Crack: Andersonstown.. Voices From 9 Battery Royal Artillery In Northern Ireland'... 'An Accrington Pal: The Diaries of Pte Jack Smallshaw, September 1914 To March 1919'.... 'A Salford Pal: Pte Thomas Jay.'

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    Quote by HARRY THE MOLE View Post
    It could also be 1908, 1928 or 1938! But the magazine base looks to be metal rather than wood... so probably post WW1.
    It could be a 1918 or a 1938. There were never any P08s dated 1908 or 1928.

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    Of course. a later mag could have been fitted as a replacement at any time prior to the loss of the pistol and the reverse is true too (though less likely).

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