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Unread 05-25-2022, 09:04 PM   #1
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Default My New GT Navy Arrived!!!

With a HUGE thank you to GT for building this and keeping it on layaway for me, he has helped me with this ever since I expressed a want for a Navy Luger, even if it was just a shooter. I am now in proud possession of one. Its built on the commercial gun 9995i but with a GT built Navy rear toggle and SARCO rear sight as well as a new-made 6 Navy barrel. Also came with a snugly fitting ODIN stock and an original blank commercial mag. I also added in a GT Numrich drum for a picture because: why not? (man, his name is all over my small collection)

Now for some glamour shots. Pictures in the last 3 with my first GT built shooter in 2018, a 1937 first variation 4222s with a mismatched toggle train and Finnish M23 black grips. GT is the BEST!

PS Norm, does this allow me to ask to be put on the Navy List or is this just the Junior Sailboat club? hehe.
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Unread 05-25-2022, 09:19 PM   #2
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Very Nice! That’s an awesome Navy and wouldn’t be surprised if it turns out to be your best shooter. If you don’t mind, would love to see pictures of your targets after you take it to the range, curious about the accuracy. Boy, nothing much better than getting a long awaited Luger in one’s hands. Have fun and congratulations, I’m a little jealous!
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Yours has better color than mine My upper and frame were more 'off' color than the new barrel GT put on for me, well, I should say, he put together a smattering of parts and added a lot to my parts
Haven't shot mine yet, but need to!
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And it still has the least finish on it if all my Lugers! Lol. But yes, I remember now that you got one from him as well!
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Navy Lugers are really my favorite. Congrats on your new baby!
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does this allow me to ask to be put on the Navy List or is this just the Junior Sailboat club?
Sure but shouldn't you be in full uniform? You need some kind of holster eh?
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