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Unread 09-04-2015, 05:26 PM   #1
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I'm new to the forum but wanted to share my information on the Krieghoff that I inheireted but don't know too much about it. It is s/n P 21104 with side frame markings, but he magazine does not match gun. Most of the bluing is still there but on the high spots its rubbed off. Has a holster and capture papers. Any info that you could supply would be welcomed.
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Unread 09-04-2015, 08:20 PM   #2
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Please post pictures.
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Welcome to this Forum of LUGER aficionados; your KRIEGHOFF was presumably made in 1936 (?) but honestly without any photographs is practically impossible to assert anything reliable.
So in order to avoid "shooting in the dark" try to post some close and detailed pictures of your gun.

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I hope that this helps. I'm new at this and computers are not really my thing.

Thanks for any assistance you can give me with any history. We've had it for over 40 years but just now starting to look into it.
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Anyone able to give me an idea how much this might be worth? It does not appear to have been shot much.

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Anyone able to give me an idea how much this might be worth? It does not appear to have been shot much.

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To the risk of sounding pedantic I think you should try to post larger and clearer pictures of your KRIEGHOFF, the best thing is to shoot in daylight no direct sun and no flashlight.

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Thanks for the support, I'm just learning how to do this. I hope that these pictures help with identification and grading. Any idea of what it might be worth and possibly who originally bought it from the factory. I'll send a few more pictures in a second attachment.
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I could not find any markings on the holster, and the magazine has a mismatched serial number with no other markings.

Once again thanks.
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