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Old 02-26-2011, 05:44 PM   #11
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what would a WWII german luger be worth that was actually used in the war in good conidtion?
Whatever a collector will pay for it. This is a very serious answer as there is no price guide for special guns...
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Old 02-26-2011, 06:34 PM   #12
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what would a WWII german luger be worth that was actually used in the war in good conidtion?
depends on condition ,from $700 for a good shooter ,up to $2000 or more
my set is a 1938 mauser luger with two matching mags and holster ,a luger collector offered me 2750$ for the set ,but the luger is an heirloom and not for sale,some Krieghoff lugers will go for a lot more than $2750

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Not surprisingly the best prices are paid in Europe for collectable lugers. The rare Kriegsmarine ones can bring $5000.00 plus. This example recently sold for $5600.00







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my idiot uncle took it when he moved into my grandparents house and sold some good WWII memoribilia and I am pissed. he could have given us a few of the pieces then took everything for himself. lol well what are you going to do when I have no power because I was not one of the kids.

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I know some people would want to put it into a muesum or even sell it. Me personally I would make sure its safe to shoot and take it to the range.

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my idiot uncle took it when he moved into my grandparents house and sold some good WWII memoribilia and I am pissed. he could have given us a few of the pieces then took everything for himself. lol well what are you going to do when I have no power because I was not one of the kids.
don't spend another second thinking about that uncle ,it's only waisted time,
it will only get you more pissed,think positive and try to find a nice luger
it will make you happy and forget all about that bad uncle
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Not surprisingly the best prices are paid in Europe for collectable lugers. The rare Kriegsmarine ones can bring $5000.00 plus. This example recently sold for $5600.00
prices are not higher in Europe and about the same as in the US ,its just the difference in currency ,that's the reason why so manny American guns are exported to Europe ,if you buy a gun for $5600 it will sell here for 5600€
but the 5600€ is actually$ 7355,hence the reason for the great export
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