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Unread 11-17-2010, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default Scabbard for 1902 Luger Carbine

I need opinions on this one. I have the opportunity to purchase the attached item, a scabbard for a 1902 Luger Carbine. I know nothing about these, and the only photo I have been able to find is in Kenyon's Lugers at Random. I have never seen one for sale and have no idea what it would be worth. There are no markings or stamps anywhere, and it sure looks like it was manufactured many years ago.

My Carbine and stock fit perfectly inside the pouches, but the cleaning rod included is for an artillery model, not a carbine. Does anyone see any red flags with this item or know anyone who is knowledgeable on the subject? What would be a reasonable price to pay for such an item?

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Looks 100% correct to me. How many magazines does the pouch take, three?
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Yes.

The pouch holds three magazines, and there is a long, thin sleeve for the cleaning rod along the side of the scabbard. There was a repair made to the loading tool pouch under the main flap with white thread. The remainder of the stitching is black and intact.

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