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M1929 Swiss Luger

Article about: Hi all Well this arrived today, the Mrs aint gonna be impressed but such is life. It is a model 1929 Swiss Luger. From the serial number I know it was made in 1944. All matching and in very

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    Well this arrived today, the Mrs aint gonna be impressed but such is life. It is a model 1929 Swiss Luger. From the serial number I know it was made in 1944. All matching and in very good condition
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    Ben

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    very Nice Luger Ben.. I will e-mail you later mate.


    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Ben

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    That is a nice example friend.

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    Quote by guns ltd View Post
    very Nice Luger Ben.. I will e-mail you later mate.


    John
    Ok John no probs, on nights at mo 😞
    Ben

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    Ben... That is right as rain !!! G
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    I was looking at one here at my local dealers-he had a number of Swiss service pistols: M1882 and M1929 revolvers, M1906 and M1929 Lugers and Sig 210s-looked at them and bought an M1882 revolver-the M1929 Luger was excellent but he was asking AU $3,500 which was out of my range really (still a live shooter though)-as to why the Swiss were turning out M29 revolvers at the same time as the Luger, the revolver cost US $23 equivalent vs $43 for a Luger!

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    That's a fair price but nice for a shooter 😊 wish we could still have them!
    Ben

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    Now That's one to give a yodel over! Very nice shape Swiss!
    William

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

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    That's a fine looking Luger you got yourself!
    How many do you have now Ben?
    How do these Swiss made Lugers compare to German made ones?
    Better made? Not that the German ones are poorly made.
    Jonathan.

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