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Unread 01-24-2022, 09:39 AM   #1
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A 1:3 scale miniature Luger hand made by David Kucer. A very high quality miniature. Exact in every detail.


























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Thank you once again MiniArt

This is an awesome miniature of the Luger Artillery one of my favorite guns.

Members may remember your Baby Borchardt post awhile back.
http://forum.lugerforum.com/showthread.php?t=40962

David Kucer is an internationally known Canadian craftsman living and working out of Montreal Quebec Canada.
https://www.craftsmanshipmuseum.com/Kucer.htm

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I have been unable to establish if David is still alive but his son Zavie is and he continues making miniatures in his fathers footsteps ... a very talented family.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYwMtTmn3xI
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Thank you once again MiniArt

This is an awesome miniature of the Luger Artillery one of my favorite guns.

Members may remember your Baby Borchardt post awhile back.
http://forum.lugerforum.com/showthread.php?t=40962

David Kucer is an internationally known Canadian craftsman living and working out of Montreal Quebec Canada.
https://www.craftsmanshipmuseum.com/Kucer.htm

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I have been unable to establish if David is still alive but his son Zavie is and he continues making miniatures in his fathers footsteps ... a very talented family.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYwMtTmn3xI
I did meet David and Zavie a few years ago at the Baltimore, MD gunshow.
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Do they fire ammo, what caliber?
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Truly amazing craftsmanship, no--artistry. I am in awe.
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There is no live ammunition available for this miniature.
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I would love to own these impressive pieces of art.



Meeting the Kucer's would be very cool too ... Are these miniatures in your own collection Daniel ??

Still I'm doing OK ... here is some of my Arty's




And here is my 4th Arty that I've just scored last month.
A 1917 in good shape, #'s matching, good bore.




Plus a couple of P08's, A nice CZ TSO and a couple of Rugers. I guess you could say I'm addicted
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I was at Reno or Louisville and a guy specialized in these (assume same craftsman) and he had a number of different guns on his table, all small. they were expensive, but very nice.
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I would love to own these impressive pieces of art.



Meeting the Kucer's would be very cool too ... Are these miniatures in your own collection Daniel ??

Still I'm doing OK ... here is some of my Arty's




And here is my 4th Arty that I've just scored last month.
A 1917 in good shape, #'s matching, good bore.




Plus a couple of P08's, A nice CZ TSO and a couple of Rugers. I guess you could say I'm addicted
I collect miniatures. This Luger is a recent addition.
You have a nice collection of Luger's.
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