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German Pistols

Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by JB Books, Jan 25, 2013.

  1. JB Books

    JB Books Shooter Emeritus

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    Any of you guys collect WW I or WW II German pistols?
     
  2. Lurker66

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    Always wanted a shooter P-38.
     
  3. jescates

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    Not yet! Would like a WWII 1911 to go with my 1942 M1, 43 1903A3 and 43 M1 carbine. Could use a P08 or P38 to go with my 1940 K98K!
     
  4. Fyrtwuck

    Fyrtwuck Sharpshooter

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    Don't have a collection, but I do have a P-08.
     
  5. Buddhaman

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    Eventually I plan on owning a Luger, otherwise I don't have much of an interest.
     
  6. Z71

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    I own a couple Lugers..and a P38..WWII vintage and earlier.

    Got some post-war Walthers...and a Sig.

    I really don't collect German world war handguns...but am more a milsurp(rifle/pistol) and police surplus handguns collector....and just about any really cool gun can fall into my collection.
     
  7. SoonerP226

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    Nein, mein Fuhrer!

    Err, I mean, "no, sir, I do not."
     
  8. milsurp2.0

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    Just picked one up today as a matter of fact. Czechoslovakian produced under German occupation that is. Late war phosphate CZ27.

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    I have a Lignose Bergman einhand in 6.35 caliber.
    Made in the 20's for soldiers returning from wwI that were missing a limb. It can be cocked with one hand, hence the name einhand.
     

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