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Unread 10-10-2014, 06:47 AM   #1
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Default Luger Cleaning Rod Barrel Guide Recognition

I recently acquired what I believe to be a Luger pistol Cleaning rod Barrel guide - designed to prevent the cleaning rod being mis-angled causing wear and abrasion to the barrel-end and bore /lands. The connector is Banner marked MAUSER. Can anyone shed more light on this accessory?
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I guess that could be what it is, but seems like a dumb the time you screw the thing on, you could have taken the barrel extension off and cleaned the bore from the chamber end, like it should be.
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This is just a fancy barrel extension. There is a guy making them for the P-08 and selling them on Ebay. It has no specific function and he started to make them for P-38s also. It is similar to the fitting for a Luger silencer, but has no threads. It could be made into a silencer adapter with some machining and threads, but is really just a way to jazz up a Luger. I hadn't noticed the Mauser stamp, but suspect he bought a new die to increase sales of these fittings.
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