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Unread 05-03-2021, 09:36 PM   #21
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The photos were not taken under great conditions. They were under fluorescent lighting. Photo's like this make machining more noticeable or obvious than with the naked eye in person. So not quite as pronounced as in these photos. FYI.

Also, I emailed the gun shop about the stock lug being removed as I won't be going by there any time soon. If I bought this Krieghoff cheap enough, I would sell the grips for $1,000.00(if I were lucky) and have a nice shooter. But, I won't be buying this one.

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On the upper end of the rough scale on this example for sure .
Still normal though .
The precision machining tolerances may have dictated that this was the point to stop removing material .

Remember this 10,000 luger order was nothing more than a showcase of HK's precision skills .

Aircraft machine guns and etc was what they were after .
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I thought the machining on the right side of the receiver looked very rough for a Krieghoff. Especially one with a 7385 serial number.
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Bringing this back up as it is a good example of what HK lugers look like. Butchered but lookin good .
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Unread 06-19-2022, 03:11 PM   #24
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Ijust sold y 1937 Kreighoff and holster to Tom at Legacy for $10k
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