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Xmas Pressie

Article about: by Logictox Good looking pistol Ben. I see it was never refitted with the later trigger bar that came out in 1916 as many early models were. Congratulations. Can you elaborate on the trigger

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    Well chaps, I have just ordered my Xmas pressie, I wont get it until after Xmas or just before if I am lucky, I can get the wife wrap it up if it does come (after pics have been taken) Its a all matching 1915 luger apart from the magazine. All original blueing and in very good condition

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    Very nice condition!...
    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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    Nice one Ben...How many Lugers do you have now I think I have lost count of them????????? lol. Cheers Terry.

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    Jeepers Ben, your on a roll with all these Lugers

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    Nice! Is it, know?

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    That`s a nice one!

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    Nice one, Ben!

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    Looking at the pics I would say about 90-95% blueing, pleased you like it guys, better pics will be posted on arrival, Best start saving for the next one, ring my nephew and see if he needs any help

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    Nice ww1 Lugar Ben. timothy

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    Great looking Luger Ben.
    Another one for display.
    Do you have a picture of all you have on display yet???
    Just asking.....

    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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