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Lookin to buy any complete luger 9mm pref.

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by gusthoff, Oct 11, 2009.

  1. gusthoff

    gusthoff Sandpoint Idaho New Member

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    Hello i am going to be 21 soon and im Trying to find a luger, I do prefer 9mm but ill take what i can get, please if you know anyone selling one in 2010, ill gladly take #s names W/ prices or just email me at gusthoff@live.com, thank you.
  2. jordanka16

    jordanka16 Albany, OR Active Member

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    Unless you buy from a dealer or from a gun show, you don't need to be 21.
  3. tac

    tac UK, Oregon and Ontario. Silver Supporter Silver Supporter

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    Get yourself onto www.lugerforum.com - the guys there represent the top bunch of Luger collectors, afficionados and experts anywhere in the world.

    If you can't find what you want from them, I'll eat this page with the sauce of your choice.

    HOWEVER, be aware that the alternative calibre to 9mmPara is .30cal Luger, and that stuff is EXPENSIVE. A cheaper Luger will mean that you'll be looking at it a lot more than shooting it, IMO.

    Figure on a good all-matching WW2-era shooter with matching magazine for around $1200-$1500 - a good bit less for a non-matching magazine. Pre-1936 mags were wooden-based, post ~1936, when Mauser took over manufacture, are aluminium-based.

    But, hey, what do I know, both mine are now paperweights...I'm not supposed to know anything about handguns.


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