Fred dating the luger pistol
Showing a Hard Cover Book, very well taken care of, The Luger Pistol 1893-1945 Book by Fred A. The book is 6-1/2 x 9-1/4 with 328 page of info and illustration of the most famous Luger Pistol. The paper cover is damage and falling apart but book is in great shape and no marks of any kind to the book!Please see all (10) photos above and our text description to help with your judgment on buying of this item.If not I do have the manufacture dates of the first 250,000 made.
The .30 caliber Luger cartridge goes by several names which makes searching for it somewhat confusing.Anyway, stick around and have a look at how the 1908 Schwarzlose operates, disassembles, and shoots!42 WW-II German ordnance code assigned to Mauser-Werke, Oberndorf am Neckar, Germany. the Ruby type pistol, which was used as a secondary French military arm. American Arms Company Manufacturers of shotguns and two shot Wheeler patent derringers. Sporting arms manufacturer, especially known for target rifles.A special order item has limited availability and the seller may source this title from another supplier.In this event, there may be a slight delay in shipping and possible variation in description.
Some authorities claim that up until 1937 this code was used by Simson & Company of Suhl, Germany, but this is unproven. In Boston, Massachusetts from 1873 to 93, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin from 1893 until they were purchased by Marlin Firearms Company in 1901. Established 1922 and operated until 1938 in Zella Mehlis, Germany. by Savage Arms Corporation and Arizmendi y Goenaga From 1886 to 1914 in Eibar, Spain. Davis & Company and Warner Arms Corporation, Norwich, Connecticut 1917-30, though inactive from about 1921 until it was merged with Crescent Fire Arms Company to form Crescent-Davis Arms Corporation in 1930. The company was formed under the name of Pedro Unceta y Juan Esperanza in 1908 in Eibar, Spain.