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    Any details on the luger? Year etc?

    Thanks
    Ben

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    PPK with Coburg badge too! Terrific....is the badge a real one? Please show when you have a chance, thanks!

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Any details on the luger? Year etc?

    Thanks
    The Luger is a common but exceptionally conditioned BYF 41 with the wood grips which I prefer and FXO mags. Jast a little high edge on side plate.

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    Nice firearms.

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    Quote by Nigel Lesgate View Post
    PPK with Coburg badge too! Terrific....is the badge a real one? Please show when you have a chance, thanks!
    The PPK is an early commercial rig 798xxx I think and number falls between production years for the first two years. Condition is about as nice as you can get without being paranoid and the grips are perfect in every regard. Its a nice gun and I have a boxed example as well and its an RZM and essentially as new. Coburg badge is real and it is a second pattern and a screamer.

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    Quote by ajax3985 View Post
    The Luger is a common but exceptionally conditioned BYF 41 with the wood grips which I prefer and FXO mags. Jast a little high edge on side plate.
    I would presume its all matching
    Ben

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    Good looking guns in good condition. Both classics. The PPK is so streamlined and timeless.
    Great manner of displaying them as well. Ive always liked those stands.

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    I would presume its all matching
    Yes it is entirely matched and a nice piece, been poking around for a pre-war but like to get them in hand when I buy them and like the early straw/blue models.

    Appreciate the kind words

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    Both nice pistols thanks for showing. Cheers Terry.

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