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Unread 08-09-2007, 01:48 PM   #1
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Hi, Can any one tell me where to find LUGER Blue Prints for all model types ? Paper or CD is OK .. I have found moderator Here on this Fantastic site who offers such a CD but I have not been able to make contact yet .. I'm still looking for More sources .. I just payed a thousand dollars ,for Many books ,only to find ,NONE of them offer OVER ALL LENGHTS of lugers .. There is this ONE small field type guide for only 5.00 BUT they list a PO8 over all lenght as "8.75" inches .. I belive i'm reading this correctly to say 8 " and 3/4" total .. This guide stated Barrel lenght is 4.0" .. I measured My 1940 PO8 and got for overall lenght 8.7/16ths , clearly UNDER 8.1/2 inches let alone 8.3/4 the Booklet states .. Also upon a second measurement I Have a over all measurement on my PO8 from 1940 too be closer too 8.13/32nds .. Anyway PLEASE suggest any BOOK/ source that contains such accurate Data for over all lenght .. Thanks relichunter1
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Unread 08-09-2007, 05:47 PM   #2
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Give John Sabato time to respond.

You are asking for a lot of information all at once, thus no single response. There is a posting by Ron Wood under Early Commericial lugers...

You might do better and ask what the overall legnth is of the one you have rather than all types...
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Unread 08-09-2007, 09:09 PM   #3
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THANK YOU ! Edward T ., I appreciate your suggestion .. I'm just learning about this site and kinda posted more times then I intended ..I'm learning about Lugers and thought that out of all the books I bought , there would be this type INFO/DATA..There was Not .. In any Case , J.S. has my answers with his CD .. I will keep u in mind for any Simson material .. Thanks Tony D . relichunter1
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Tony, you just excited, much better than some lame dick who doesn't care that his luger wasn't made by the australians...


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