First off, I admittedly know nothing about firearms. However, what I have is an authentic, SS issue, WWII Luger in an SS holster. It's not in perfect shape, definitely dirty, with a little rust. My grandfather brought this back with him from the war (along with a Japanese officers sword - he fought in both theaters). It's been stored in Las Vegas for 60 years now, which means very little moisture. The rust probably came from the time he spent in the Pacific. Here's the rub: We also have at least one magazine for it (I don't know if there's one in it too), which just so happens to be full of bullets, almost certainly authentic also. While it is kind of cool (every bullet in this magazine is like a life that was spared), I also understand how extremely dangerous this is, which brings me to my point: What the heck do we do with it? I'm kind of afraid to handle, much less transport these bullets, and whom would I even take them to? Does having these original bullets, along with the SS holster, increase the value of the gun? I realize we need to check the serials to confirm that they match up, but knowing my grandfather, I imagine that they will. (He was a gambler, before and after the war, eventually settling in Las Vegas where he worked at the sands during the rat pack days - the gun was probably won in a card game). Any idea of the value, with this limited information?