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Not a 1911 but might find interesting

Discussion in '1911 Forums' started by thecableguy, Feb 3, 2011.


  1. thecableguy

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  3. thecableguy

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    I was hoping to read something about it from you Brian. Do you know anything about this gun? Looks real interesting and would make a great conversation piece and historic gun to add to a collection. I know that if I had that kind of disposable income and it checked out I wouldn't mind owning it.
     
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    Funny I took one of my RC plane buds out to the range last summer and was surprised he had the same gun pictured (9mm luger). It had all matching serial numbers WW2 vintage and in near mint condition, I told him he probably shouldn't shoot that one very much. :faint:
     
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    Brian, why are you selling your Luger?
     
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    :cool: I know next to nothing about Lugers, but I'd definately like to add one to the collection some day.
     
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    When my wife and I stopped by Bac's house last year, he let us handle a Luger. I felt embarrassed in not knowing how to operate it. :shocked:
     
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    In that case, it's only overpriced by about $10K, unless one has a chubby for ex Reich stuff with fussy actions. A Luger is proof that "if it looks right, it probably is right" is nothing more than a platitude.
     
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