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Ebook's Content

Luger magazines with wood bottom

- Pistols with a fixed magazine
- Hugo Borchardt's removable magazine
- Georg Luger's improvements
- Standard eight-cartridge capacity magazine prior to 1925
- The Luger magazine bottom piece
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The follower's button improvement
- Luger bottom first markings
- Portuguese Luger magazine
- Dutch Luger magazine
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German Military Luger magazine
- Cartridge Counter Luger magazine
- German Marine Luger magazine
- Erfurt Magazines

Aluminium bottoms of the Weimar era

- The magazine bottom from 1925 onward
- Simson & Co magazines
- Simson's specific markings
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The Naval specific markings of the Weimar era
- The HAENEL improved magazine
- HAENEL magazine specific markings
- Police Luger magazines

Magazine bottoms of the Nazi & post-Nazi era

- The Krieghoff's magazines
- Nazi Police markings
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Military Nazi magazines
- Mauser made magazines
- Improvement of the magazine coil spring
- Modification of the magazine bottom attachment
- Black plastic Luger bottom

Snail or drum Luger magazines

- A drum magazine based on a Friedrich Blum design
- The Bergmann MP 18
- Drum magazine made by BING and AEG
- Telescopic and folded loading lever
- A specific loading tool
-
Israelian 100 round drum magazine for the Luger
- Japanese copies of the Luger drum magazine (MGC)

Current price of the Luger snail drum and related accessories

- Drum magazines, canvas carriers, loading tools

Magazine and dismounting tool technical particulars

- Blueprints by the Royal Bavarian Rifle Factory
- Use of the takedown tool

The Luger holsters

- The Luger holster technical characteristics
- Beyond the German production
- The Rock Island Arsenal Luger holster
- German Military Standard Holster of the 1900 - 1932 era
- It is better for a collectable to remain in its original state
- Holster makers list of the Second Reich era
-
Luger Police holster of the Weimar era

The Luger military holster of the Third Reich era

- Dimensions of the standard Third Reich Luger holster
- The flap fastening
- The purpose of the leather thong
- The magazine and takedown tool pouch
- The producers secret codes
- Governmental inspector numbers
- P08 & P38 holsters

German Luger holsters for non standard models

- The Long or "Artillery" Luger holster
- The Marine Luger holster
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Manufacturers sorted by name
- Manufacturers sorted by secret code
- Manufacturers sorted by contract number (WaA)

Presentation of the Ideal holster

- To make a rifle of a handgun
- When adapted to the Luger pistol

How the Ideal holster works I

- The holster is provided with a stiffening frame
- Slidable telescoping arms
- Supplemental grip plates with recesses

How the Ideal holster works II

- To hold the arms in their extended and retracted positions
- Other type of telescopic removable stock
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DWM HITLER GUARD "NIGHT PISTOL"

 

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