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My WWII Luger

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    My 1938 S/42









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    Nice one.....................!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Thanks!

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    That's sweet! The bluing looks great. I'm saving up for one right now. Do you think $1400 is too much? It has the holster too. I love this one here,though. It makes me want that other one!
    ~dean

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    Very, very nice A few close ups would be nice.

    What is it that people use to white up the numbers and marks?
    I could use that on mine.

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    Great pistol. A real beauty.
    SteveR

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    Quote by Rudolf Karl View Post
    Very, very nice A few close ups would be nice.

    What is it that people use to white up the numbers and marks?
    I could use that on mine.
    I use a white crayon and seal it w/ a dab of clear adhesive (very little though). Here's an example I did it on my Finnish Mosin-Nagant.
    ~Dean
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    Quote by Rudolf Karl View Post
    Very, very nice A few close ups would be nice.

    What is it that people use to white up the numbers and marks?
    I could use that on mine.
    The white chalk, pastel or paint in the recesses of the stampings is used
    to highlight the figures for easier viewing. It is a trick that may
    have originated in museums.......

    It is normally applied by 'grease pencil' which may be found in
    sewing and fabric shops.
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Grease pencil - crayon, cool. Just never put anything on my weapons and didn't want to mess up.

    Thanks,
    Rudy

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    $1400 is going rate for lugers IMO. around there

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