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Original Luger?

Article about: Hey guys, I would like to know your opinion about this P08 Generally, are these corrosion marks proof of originality of the WWII guns? I am new in this stuff so I cannot judge if it is real

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    Hey guys,

    I would like to know your opinion about this P08 Generally, are these corrosion marks proof of originality of the WWII guns? I am new in this stuff so I cannot judge if it is real original, what do you think? Which price would you pay for this luger in this condition?

    Cheers, Martin

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    Martin, very hard with the condition but probably a ground dug luger with replacement grips and what looks like brass screws to hold the grips on
    Ben

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    Martin, very hard with the condition but probably a ground dug luger with replacement grips and what looks like brass screws to hold the grips on
    Ben is the new Luger expert and i agree with him.
    That example isnt worth much, im afraid.

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    Im surprised the damn clip and everything else isn't frozen shut/stuck. That baby is corroded

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    Buy it and use it in your Nazi zombie display.

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    if you don't mind me asking. Where did you get this luger??? It does have replacement grips on it as Ben said.
    I an very surprised it still opens. It may be worth having as a Conversation Piece. I would not give very much for it. Anything over 100.00 is too much in my opinion.
    just my opinion.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    It reminds me of a Luger my late friend and dealer - Stan Dobson had. His came out of a drain at Spandau Prison. Although the metal was heavily corroded the barrel and rifling was in excellent shape!
    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'.

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    Quote by NunoGTI View Post
    Ben is the new Luger expert and i agree with him.
    Hey Nuno expert I am not mate lol just a novice when it comes to Lugers
    Ben

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    Thanks Ben! So do you think that the grips are replaced from the other piece and brass screws are new?

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    Hey John,

    I still havent bought him.. I just got offer from the dealer who found it near the road where axis tried to reach US area to give up. He restored him but to be honest I am not sure if such corrosion can be made artificially on some replica too? Btw, he asked for more then 200 USD ;-)


    Quote by guns ltd View Post
    if you don't mind me asking. Where did you get this luger??? It does have replacement grips on it as Ben said.
    I an very surprised it still opens. It may be worth having as a Conversation Piece. I would not give very much for it. Anything over 100.00 is too much in my opinion.
    just my opinion.

    John

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