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Unread 07-21-2022, 08:23 AM   #14
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Major Tom I don’t know your financial or collection situation but if your grandson is turning 15 then obviously he is not going to be playing with the pistol so if it was me IMHO I would either try and find him a rough shooter or give him one of your Lugers you are willing to part with. Maybe keep the Luger in your possession until he is a bit older or if you feel he is responsible enough and has a secure place to store the pistol then let him keep it we’re he lives. Just saying that if he is interested in Lugers why not nurture that shared passion with him and get him the real thing. I know if my Grandfather gave me something like that I would have been over the moon with excitement. All this only if you feel he is ready and it’s affordable. Just a thought, good luck!
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