Favorite Luger picture
One of my restorations.
Good job. You do very nice work..I have your websight in my favorites
How do you highlight the markings in white??
What is the large "squggily" looking mark on the top of the knee joint infront of the toggel knobs mean???
also absolutly georgeous if a pistol could be made with that kind of beauty again.
Lacquer stik is the standard way, see this link for More info.www.brownells.com/Images/Products/517100001.jpg
DWM is the Manufactures logo. Stands for Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken.
They dont make them in carbon steel anymore. That is one reason we do restorations of examples in poor condition, to return them to their original beauty. I have restored hundreds of German Lugers. Here is another similar picture.
Might I suggest you post a pic of one of your Baby Luger works? I bet many in here have never seen a pic of one!
I have some pics of them saved from previous posts of yours but I am too GD stupid to know how to post pics!
Okay Bob, I have a "couple" of those laying around. I will also post a picture I took of Georg Luger's own person baby Luger. This is the one most folks copy. I did the finish work on one of these that was auctioned a few years back through the American Pistol Guild and was showcased in the American Handgunner. The engraving is by Brian Powley engravers. He does most of these yearly guns used in the auctions that are sponsered by the APG.
Gdate Baby Luger by Neil Keller from Kustoms Ballistics, custom buckskin colored holster by Jerry Burney (Lugerholsterrepair). I did the finish work and Neil build the Baby, shorten grip and barrel.
Here is Georg Luger's personal Baby Luger owned by Ralph Shattuck and World of Lugers.
Wow!!!! Talk about "priceless"!!!!!!
that was a double post, oops.
Wonder what the insured value is on old George's Luger????????
Hey Thor, take care with that 1911 DWM you have!
Here are the pics of my luger.
What book is that in the background of the first picture - looks interesting.
The book is Jan Still's "Imperial Lugers" Read all about it here.www.stillsbooks.com/
Do I remember? Sure, that is your pistol in my last post sitting on top of the holster and the oblique shot of the right side and top. Notice the concentric circle black mag bottom. What happen to the top of the barrel? Didnt look like that when I sent it back!
Just a smudge that came off with a dab of oil. She still looks as pretty as the day you sent her to me.