New 32 shot 9mm, well new to me

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Plastikosmd, Jan 17, 2014.

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  1. Plastikosmd

    Plastikosmd Member

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    1917, all matching except mag and drum( which wouldn't match anyway)
    Now to find a stock for fun at 100 yards

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  2. huntershooter

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    Very nice.
    I was expecting a Keltech or something...
     
  3. el Godfather

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    Excellent.
    I almost bought this longer version of luger last week but the magz with it were is very poor shape. So passed. Would love buy one in food condition some day.
     
  4. JERRY

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    my grandfather had a long barrel luger like that with the snail drum magazine. his also had a flip up sight and a detachable butt stock.
     
  5. bannockburn

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    Very cool! Love the look of the longer barreled Lugers.
     
  6. Plastikosmd

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    Has the flip sight, 800 yards or something for a 9? It should be fum at 100. I plan to get a stock. It won't be matching # but I am a shooter not collecting
     
  7. Hometeached1

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    Nice one. Let the fun begin!:D
     
  8. oneounceload

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    Thought it was going to be a Glock with the G18 mag. Nice Luger!
    If I knew some years ago what I know now, I woulda, coulda, shoulda had several of those Navy and Artillery models. Damn 20-20 hindsight!
     
  9. W.E.G.

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    Luger is sexy.

    I kept one for 10 years, then sold it because I could never make it cycle reliably.
     
  10. meef

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    :uhoh:

    Uh... I could be wrong here (it's been known to happen) - but wouldn't that come under the heading of....Illegal!


    Based on the info supplied below - I stand corrected.

    :)
     
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  11. HammsBeer

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    I believe the ATF has an exemption for original luger pistols (and a few other early pistols) and the wooden storage box that doubled as a buttstock. Kinda like the exemption for the M1 carbines have barrels slightly under the 16" rule.
     
  12. Plastikosmd

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    There is a curio/ relic exemption
     
  13. Dave Markowitz

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    Nice Luger, OP.

    While there is an exemption for original Lugers, Mauser Broomhandles, and Inglis High Powers, there is no such exemption for M1 Carbines. Further, the standard M1 Carbine barrel length is 18", not 16".
     
  14. forindooruseonly

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    That is a great looking setup! I am partial to the artillery Lugers myself. They just look so much better.
     
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    It must be an original butt stock and not a reproduction to be exempt.
     
  16. HammsBeer

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    Ooops, I thought the original M1 carbine barrel was something like 15", unless I'm thinking of some sort of paratrooper model.
     
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