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Unread 05-04-2019, 05:51 PM   #241
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Uhhh,...there weren't any factory originals.....
Uhhh...you are correct. I was loosely referring to those holsters that were made for the M1900 Test Trials Lugers. The design of Jerry's faux .45 Luger holsters is very similar to those Rock Island Arsenal holsters and the construction and workmanship is on a par with the originals.
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Unread 05-04-2019, 06:20 PM   #242
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With the speed of .45 luger production, perhaps a holster made of sloth leather would be fitting? With land turtle shield details
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Unread 05-04-2019, 06:29 PM   #243
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Yes, I have geared up to produce a couple of these fine .45 Luger holsters but supply and demand are slugging it out!
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Dwight Gruber has posted an excellent critique of his .45 Lugerman Luger -

https://luger.gunboards.com/showthre...for-sale/page9

Then scroll down to post #251
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Unread 10-03-2019, 11:44 PM   #245
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I'm having trouble with that link.
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...???...Works for me...

It's the link to page 9; you'll want to scroll down to post #251...
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Or as I saw on a barn in Texas: If I Can't fix it - It ain't broke!
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After hours of painstaking searching, David found the thread. And posted a response.

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Unread 10-04-2019, 07:29 PM   #249
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The problem was that Dwight's post was on page 28, not 9. Probably a settings issue regarding how many responses per page. But as you said, all is well in the world.
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The problem was that Dwight's post was on page 28, not 9. Probably a settings issue regarding how many responses per page.
I think I have the forum default; I wouldn't even know where to set anything different. My browser shows 9 of 10 pages for Lugernan's thread, and 276 posts [presently]...

I had thought of linking directly to the post, but Eugene's post a couple posts above Dwight's was illuminating as well...Outlining the quality control process at Lugerman's shop...

Edit: I found the setting in My Profile. It's set at 30 posts per page. My bad. Sorry guys.
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Luger 45ACP P2020 Model Pre-order Special. - $3,950.00

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Luger 45ACP P2020 Model Pre-order Special. - $3,950.00

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I turned 72 last year...Do you think they will be ready by the time my grandson is 21???
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HI!!

This model comes without the grip safety.

Wonderful!!


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Unread 02-24-2022, 11:42 AM   #254
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This model comes without the grip safety.

Wonderful!!


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Good observation. Obviously made as a shooter and not for authenticity, in spite of the notation "Like DWM P08 1900 1906" which do have a grip safety.
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I went ahead and took the plunge. I ordered a model P2020 .45 Luger from Lugerman end of May. This kind of a "P08" style. Salt blue finish, no grip safety. The only upgrade I took was fully checkered wood grips. We will see how this goes. I had ordered a .45 Luger from Mike Krause in 2002. About 3 months later I lost my job. Every time I contacted Mike my gun would be done "in six months". He finally (after over a year and half) gave me all my down payment back. I found out later he had a number of not very nice things going on at the same time that made it hard for him to get to my gun.
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Unread 07-11-2024, 07:42 PM   #256
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This should be a link to the picture of the "Norton Luger" in the front of the later printing of "Luger Variations" by HE Jones. Not a great picture BTW. https://www.amazon.com/Luger-variati.../dp/B0007EWRQE
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Unread 07-12-2024, 01:03 AM   #257
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This thread has been going on for a long time. In looking back, I don't recall if I ever posted a photo of Mike Krause's .45. I was fortunate enough to get mine while he was still turning them out.
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Unread 07-12-2024, 11:05 AM   #258
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Beautiful Gun Ron. I handled one of Mike's .45 Lugers in his shop in San Mateo, it had Swiss style Grips with a plain border around the checkering. I used to live in San Mateo, I was back visiting my folks at the time. I would see Mike at gun Shows fairly often.
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Unread 07-12-2024, 12:07 PM   #259
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FYI I called this morning to check on my own P2020 order.
I was told they would ship in 6-8 weeks.
(exactly what they told me last year and the year before....)
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