Luger

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  1. Clave

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    She's a beauty! I want a Naval Luger with the 6" barrel. My favorite gun of all time!
     
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    If a gun can have a beautiful design, the Luger is it! Great work Clave!
     
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    Very talented Clave.
     
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    Good Work, Clave. I've always wanted the Navy model, with the long barrel.
    I heard there were over 1,000 Lugers that went down with the Bismark, some
    of them presentation models from Hitler. [Drool]

    Charles
     
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    I will have to see if I can draw up the Navy version then, doesn't seem to be too different from the standard issue...
     
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    Outstanding!! Your work always amazes me.:cool:
     
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    Thanks! :D

    Oh, and the Navy long-barrel:
     

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    Looks great!

    That's my gun! (someday maybe!)
     
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    Excellent Clave!
     
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    Excellent!
     
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    Clave, I'm not a Luger collector, but I think most early Lugers made use of wood as the base of the magazine and finger knobs.
     
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    Oooo, don't forget the Artiller model luger, with the extra long barrel and fittings for a stock and the 32 round snail drum!
     
  16. Clave

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    Matt: I haven't seen that from the photos I was working from... :?:

    MacArthur: Yes, I will have to do one.. :)
     
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    Clave, found these at an auction site. These are pre-WWII and unrestored (maintains max collector value).
     

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    Seems no doubt then.. very interesting, and unusual I'm thinking to have that part made of wood and nothing else...:?:
     
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    Great pics Matt!!
     
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    Wouldn't you like to own them. As I recall, they weren't too expensive (all were about $1500USD and under. Not bad.
     
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