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WWII P08 Luger

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by huskershooter, Feb 21, 2011.

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  1. huskershooter

    huskershooter Member

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    My recently deceased uncle had a Nazi marked Luger which now belongs to my aunt. She would like to know what kind of money this pistol is worth.
     
  2. Ohio Gun Guy

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    We'll need the condition. (Is there rust, has it been taken care of?)
    Matching numbers? Holster?


    Pics would be best.
     
  3. xr1200

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    If all the numbers match and it has its original finish, no pitting or rust. You could be looking at $800-$1500 gun. Note some rare lugers go for $2000 -$50,000 , it all depends on condition, who owned it and how rare it is.

    Be carefull about getting it apraised fairly.
     
  4. huskershooter

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    Thanks guys I will try to get some pics if I can.
     
  5. XxWINxX94

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    Well there are lots of kinds of Lugers. First is to determine the Maker/Manufacture. Look at the toggle, near the top of the gun by the 'knobs'. It should have letters or numbers.
    Some common ones are DWM, 42, S/42 and even Erfurt.

    If your having trouble this link could help you get us some much-needed information:
    http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/everygun/GunMfgDetail.aspx?id=618

    I would tell your aunt not to just give this one away, you could be sitting on some serious $ here.

    Please post more info or pictures and we can help you out more.
     
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