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  1. WTK: Value of WW1 Luger

    Hello, I am thinking about placing an ad to either sell or trade a WW1 Luger that I have. I bought the gun about 15 years ago but don't know too much about it. The guy I bought it from said that it was a Double Date Police Rework. It appears to be all matching except for the mag which is a WW2 fxo coded mag. It is stamped DWM on top and I would say the finish is about 85% or so. The wood grips appear 100% original but they are worn and one panel has a small chip near the bottom. The back of the grip has what looks like the number "11" stamped on it. The bore looks to be in very good condition with strong rifling. I don't know how to post pics but can send them via email or text. Thanks for any information. Take care, Schmeisser Guy
  2. WTS: SCW Mauser Gew 98M, Dreyse 1907, and CZ82 Rig Hi folks, After a fall purge of the safe I have a few pieces that didn’t quite make the cut to stay. Please read the descriptions, refer to the photos of each, and ask all questions prior to purchase. I may consider trades but cash is king. All prices are OBO so don’t be shy -Shipping: Actual price -Payment: Paypal plus the fee -Contact: PM or email at bevisblack15NOSPAM@yahoo.com (remove “NOSPAM”) SCW 1917 Amberg Mauser G98M This is a very nice looking G98m with all of the hallmarks of having gone through rebuild / refit in the 1930s. The rear sight base is S/42G marked as most updated G98s were and also bears K167 inspector markings. It has obviously been re-blued but it was done extremely well. Serial numbers are mixed but all finish hues match each other. The bore is in nice shape but does show signs of wear / use. The rear of the stock bears a nice and sharp “MP8” flaming bomb stamp typical of rifles that went to Spain during the civil war. I have not fired this rifle and as such would recommend getting it checked out by a competent gunsmith prior to use. Price: $700 Dreyse 1907 This is an extremely clean example of a 1908. The finish is a conservative 95% with a nice bore and unbroken grips. All in all a great example of a slightly less common WW1 German pistol. Price: $450 CZ82 Rig This one is fairly straight forward. The pistol appears to be a police trade in with light holster wear. The bore is nice and finish wear is very light. A quality thumb break holster and a single magazine are included. Price: $280 Cross Posted
  3. ALL MATCHING GERMAN LUGER, ERFURT DOUBLE STAMP 1915. IT WAS CHROMED $1500 OR BEST OFFER. BUYER PAYS ALL TRANSFER FEES AND SHIPPING. CALL OR TEXT, TONY 443-201-3088
  4. German WW1 Gewehr 98 - $450.00

    I have for sale as shown in pic, a WW1 Gewehr 98. Rifle was manufactured by Danzig, dated 1916. Barrel and Receiver match. Rifle is marked "S/42" indicating that it was rebuilt for use during WW2. Stock is in very good condition. Good Bore. Rifle shoots great and includes a Sling, Cleaning Rod and WW1 Ammo Pouch. Good representation of a Gewehr 98. $450.00 Shipping Extra I will accept as payment, US Postal Money Order or PayPal (discreet, as a gift only). Thank you for looking, Murray Over in Carolina