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need help on identification a luger stock

Article about: Hi, I recently received this stock. I first tought it was a FN hipower stock but it didn't fit. Then i tried it on a Luger and is slides on and lock. However, it looks odd to me. Can somebod

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    Hi,
    I recently received this stock. I first tought it was a FN hipower stock but it didn't fit. Then i tried it on a Luger and is slides on and lock.
    However, it looks odd to me.
    Can somebody help me out on this one?
    Thanks...
















    thanks for the help!
    Paco

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    Weird, Real Weird!
    I've never seen a Luger stock with that type of attachment. I see no markings of any kind on the stock or attachment metal.
    I would wonder if it is not from some country other than Germany?
    Sarge

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    Quote by Sarge View Post
    Weird, Real Weird!
    I've never seen a Luger stock with that type of attachment. I see no markings of any kind on the stock or attachment metal.
    I would wonder if it is not from some country other than Germany?
    Sarge
    I know it is weird, i collect 25 years and own some 240 different pieces. This is special. It is definatly old. It is to good to produce only one piece. So, i think there will be some others out there.

    Paco

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    Looks like it could be home made!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    Quote by Gunny Hartmann View Post
    Looks like it could be home made!....
    It is hard to see in in the pictures but i don't think it is home made.
    Just try to make the leverlock with your bare hands...
    You need to be a very crafted guy to do so

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    Some more pics




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    Could it be for a Mauser C96 broom handle ?
    Cheers Chris

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    Quote by CBH View Post
    Could it be for a Mauser C96 broom handle ?
    Nope, they slide inside like the FN highpower 35

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    It is similar to the stocks made in Japan in the 1960s to go with the toy Lugers they manufactured.

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    interesting view, any pictures?

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