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Unread 01-19-2007, 04:24 PM   #1
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Brought this one out for inspection/cleaning the other day and a photo session.

S-Code HK with 2 HK magazines (non-matching) and an HK marked tool.

Holster has a very light HK proof along the inside as well.




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Unread 01-19-2007, 05:01 PM   #2
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WOW Pete! That's a pretty one! Sadly I had to sell my S code this Summer to get my Carbine...Just as I found a really nice Krieg Luger holster too! Jerry Burney
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Pete.. what an AWESOME rig! That gun is a gem!
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Pete, really nice rig!


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Pete Really nice !!!!! Bill
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Unread 01-19-2007, 06:17 PM   #6
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Thanks, Guys...

I always threaten this rig will be traded-off when the right Swiss wide trigger luger shows up...but I am not sure I could really go through with such a trade...
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Oh dang Pete......there's no way in hell I'd trade that off! How would you EVER find another? That is one of the nicest Lugers I've seen.

May I ask where you found such a rig? Thanks for sharing.
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Pete, did you get this beauty from Ralph a few years ago?
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Sweetg rig! Looks almost brand new.
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Kelly,

This one does not fit my Swiss collecting interests, but I do have a few guns from each era...that may eventually go to another...

Doc,

Yes, the HK came from Shattuck. Before buying, I read the Gibson book for about 3 months, I went to a local friend's house a month before when I knew I wanted an HK and looked over his 12 HK gun collection to become familiar with them, had the HK for the day to inspect at the hotel room, and had a few savy guys at the Reno show looked it over before my money left my pockets.

I no longer buy from him...for reasons unrelated to this HK.
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