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Old 08-30-2009, 02:57 PM   #1
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Hello from Germany!

My first post here. So, you know this Pistol? It looks a little bit like a Luger and the symbol could be the polish eagle?!



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Herms- greetings, and welcome. It would be helpful is you could post more (and larger) photos, and include ALL markings. It may be that I am simply computer illiterate, but your photo is about the size of a postage stamp.

The handgun that comes to mind that LOOKS a bit like a Luger is the Lahti pistol. L-35 if I remember right.



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Herms- greetings, and welcome. It would be helpful is you could post more (and larger) photos, and include ALL markings. It may be that I am simply computer illiterate, but your photo is about the size of a postage stamp.

The handgun that comes to mind that LOOKS a bit like a Luger is the Lahti pistol. L-35 if I remember right.
Thanks for your answer. You have to klick two times on the photo and the size changes (sorry for my bad english).
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Your English is MUCH better than my German!

The link following has some images of the Lahti pistol- please see if they may be similar to the pistol in question-


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hallo? wie gehts? ich wohne jetzt in america aber ich bin in deutschland geboren und habe in deutschland gewohnnt bis ich 12 wahre. mein deutsch ist nicht mehr so gut wie es frueher war. vonn wo bist du? ich habe in bruchkobel gewohnnt. es ist so eine stunde weg from frankfurt. es ist cool das jemand von deutschland hier ist. schoenen gruss von america.

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@ dsmith84,

Herms ist nicht der einzige in diesem Forum, der in Deutschland lebt...;-)

Ich wohne in der Nähe von Frankfurt.
Im wunderschönen Taunus.

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entschuldigung ich wusste das nicht. weist du wo hanau ist? das ist wo ich gebohren bin. ich vermisse deutschland ich wunschte ich hatte das geld zum utlaub zu kommen und meine familie zu sehen und deutschland auch und das essen in deutschland. nichts ist wie meinen oma's kochen

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ich meine urlaub nicht utlaub. mein deutsch ist nicht mehr so gut bin jetzt hier in america fur 13 jahre

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Your English is MUCH better than my German!

The link following has some images of the Lahti pistol- please see if they may be similar to the pistol in question-


lahti
Okay, but everybody should speak english, it's the "language of the world". The english teaching in german schools is not as good as it should be, i think.

And back to topic, my photo shows a Glisenti M1910.

Glisenti Model 1910 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thanks and cheers,
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I live in a small village between Wiesbaden and Koblenz (Taunus too).

And when you miss the food that your grandmother cook, look at the photo and remember ... (Typical german bratwurst with sauerkraut) hihihiii



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