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Unread 07-01-2017, 09:26 PM   #81
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Also note that at this time only 3 units are available from a second lot.

So place your orders while i still have the guns.
Eugene, I'm sure the other forum members here would like to know if you take credit card orders/payments...
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Eugene, I'm sure the other forum members here would like to know if you take credit card orders/payments...
from his website:
Payment types accepted are: PayPal, Personal Checks, Money Orders and Western Union
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...Wait! PayPal allows CC substitutions!!! You could 'back door' the payments!!!
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...Wait! PayPal allows CC substitutions!!! You could 'back door' the payments!!!
Yes,
just don't mention that "bad" word: g-u-n-
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...Wait! PayPal allows CC substitutions!!! You could 'back door' the payments!!!
if you use a cc you pay whatever percentage it is and it adds up.
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if you use a cc you pay whatever percentage it is and it adds up.
Yes, on $5k it would be about $150 up front; plus interest till one paid it off. But if you need to- that is what cards are for.
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Cards also serve another purpose - obtaining refunds if the vendor does not perform.
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Eugene, I'm sure the other forum members here would like to know if you take credit card orders/payments...

I do not take CC directly at this point,\
we are working on it,

unlabeled PayPal will work in small installments.

But also why you need a Credit Card,
If i provide a payment plan anyways.

we can do $500 a month of 10 payments

for the 2 remaining unit,

Or $250 a month for 20 payments for 3ed lot that is in the works
for end of 2018

better then a card, as there is no interest on it ;0)
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You know, Eugene, that long barrelled .45 on the left just might have my name on it...
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I had not noticed this before...Maybe I missed the announcement...But Eugene has a finished 'Baby' .45 Luger in his forum album...







I gotta say,,,That is one butt-ugly baby...

(Pun intended!)
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I'd say that I'd like to shoot one, but the last time I said that it cost me a lot of money...
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I ordered one of the Baby Lugers and a baby P38. Love the look !
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Eugene, How many individual steps are involved in construction of one of your beauties? How many have you made so far? What model is your most popular?? Do you ever take a day off? Eric
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Eugene, How many individual steps are involved in construction of one of your beauties? How many have you made so far? What model is your most popular?? Do you ever take a day off? Eric
Day off? What's that? we are here in the shop 55-60 hours a week most weeks,
and still can not keep up with incoming orders, restorations and gunsmiths work and 45 manufacturing.

Too meany steps to count right now.
Manufacturing, hand fitting the guns, testing
Making every little small part, springs winding, testing
Some operations are done on manual machine, testing
Lanyard loop manufacturing and installation.
Barrel timing and head spacing, testing
Grips manufacturing and fitting and checkering.
Magazines, bending, fitting and nickeling, testing
Did I say testing already ?
And that what i can remember from 3 year process of hand.


We are up to number 46 of Lugers in 45 caliber.
#46 was assembled last week for running tests on the magazines,
as our #43 Target Prototype was snatched up by a forum member, and #4 prototype is been horded by Guns and Ammo for over 3 month.

We still have two prototype frames kicking around just in case.
We call them scratch and dent, as they were the first of the machine. We use them for prototype work. Like first Baby Luger 45 and first Target Model 45 that sold recently.
I am planing to make a carbine out of one as soon as water ripples settle from delivery deadlines of the guns that have been ordered already.

We have finished manufacturing parts for first 50 in June of 2017,
and racing to the next 50 units, hoping to have the parts done in June of 2018 or sooner.
Prices have gone up a bit, but only because of Federal TAX of 10% on sporting goods, guns included if we make over 50,
And we really hope to make more then 50 next year.

Most common ?

1 Carbine Order
2 Baby Luger Orders
3 Target Model orders
40 Standard size guns

My favorite to shoot ?
Target model to boot. less recoil, faster return to target.
Liked the grips I made for myself, but someone snatched them along with the target model.
But then,I always like Navy Lugers more then others.

Based on advertisement postings and number of views,
Target model generates almost as much interest as standard gun.

Ask away. I will share as much as I can, or have time too...
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Unread 12-13-2017, 09:20 AM   #97
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I had not noticed this before...Maybe I missed the announcement...But Eugene has a finished 'Baby' .45 Luger in his forum album...
You people need to visit my site, as all of the pictures of all the prototypes are on it ...

And they are big and detailed...

Hard to miss

Click and scroll , baby scroll ....

http://www.lugerman.com/Pages/MainPages/Luger45.html

If I may post the link
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Thanks for the update, and don't forget the poor guys waiting for repairs.

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P. S. All's well with the .45 Target model. I just have too many other handguns that need my attention at the moment. Thanks for your help!
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Have any of you been in touch with, or heard from Eugene in the last week or two?? I've been trying to get in touch with him by both phone and email for an update for a couple of weeks now and it's been radio silence.
Hopefully he is OK and just very busy.
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Yes, he was busy answering a post from an irate customer who want his deposit back on the other luger site!
I've emailed Eugene and didn't hear anything but did talk to him Saturday, after I left him a message and he called back.

He is ok, and very busy as usual- too busy to return emails, but don't give up.
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