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Unread 04-09-2024, 02:57 PM   #1
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Default NAZI Proof .22 Conversion Kit

Attached are some photos of an ERMA .22 cal. conversion kit for a luger pistol. I've installed the kit in one of my 4" barrel lugers (shooter piece) but have never fired the luger with the kit installed. The kit is an old family heirloom and is not for sale.Click image for larger version

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Unread 04-09-2024, 03:14 PM   #2
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I have a post-war ERMA kit that I install on my shooter Luger. I have only taken it out once, but it’s a fun experience. I learned a few lessons from last time that may have affected function, and will try to correct the next time I take it out for more reliable function.
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The Germans also had issues with them, so in the end most of these kits were assigned to individual pistols.

It looks like the assigned P08 number is noted on the label, which is nice.
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Vlim ---- Thanks for looking and your comments. I've had the conversion kit for many years, maybe 40 and have never fired it. I think one or two family members might have way back. I don't intend to do that tho. Yes, according to one of the labels on the wooden box the kit was assigned to a particular luger. As you say "that was nice." Do you have any guess what the kit might be worth in today's crazy market? I don't intend to sell it but my kids and grand kids want to have some idea what the pieces in my accumulation might be worth. Thanks again.
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