WWI Lugers Engraved Set

There are some thing in life I will never own. While I certainly can appreciate them for what they are, I am not running a museum. Our reference library is for shooting, training and research. So for the foreseeable future, we will have to just get by on a WWII, shooter grade, P08 Luger. <CLICK HERE PIC OF OUR LUGER>

Engraved Set WWI German Lugers

Engraved Set WWI German Lugers

I know, right? Cry me a river. P08 is also a 9mm Parabellum, which mean common ammo! Now that I think about it, we should post more content about it.

Engraved Set WWI German Lugers

Engraved Set WWI German Lugers

These guns? Cool I’m glad they exist and I hope someone enjoys them. That kind of money is better served if put into a class III or belt-feed. For our purposes anyway.

Engraved Set WWI German Lugers

Engraved Set WWI German Lugers

 
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  • Conner

    I have to agree. Like buying a new car it just doesn’t seem there is enough there to justify the costs. Of course these beauties would be awesome to own and hold great history. Personally I would most likely be overwhelmed with buyers remorse after buying them for my personal collection at that price. Your subject today is ironic because I am currently helping a great friend who’s health and age require help to sell what is a breath taking collection of milsurp and current type small arms. I have another friend who has his FFL and as an Army Ranger when he served (or like Marines is it once a Ranger always a Ranger, I ask respectfully) He is very knowledgeable about military and most other small arms. He sells online and during this process I’ve come to find that I believe the internet online sales have and are killing the value of firearms. Firearms are selling so cheap that I was amazed, and then folks still try to get you to go lower. If you’re buying it is great at the time but you have to remember not to bitch when you go to sell and your piece is worth practically nothing. With the new low budget rifle combos like the Patriot and the Ruger American Rifle, which are awesome quality for the price (I bought a .243 Patriot and love it) I surely won’t be building many more custom Mausers for hunting. Anything .40 cal right now may as well be used as a boat anchor according to how they’re selling. I’m told that’s because a lot of law enforcement is going back to the 9mm. You can also buy revolvers for practically cost to build. Example: one of our revolvers is a beautiful .357 Ruger SA in mint condition. Buy now price is $450. Getting bids of $177 (yup), $250…WTF? How about I throw in a yank job to go with that bro? I think the best thing we have going is pre-ban milsurp only because they aren’t making anymore. I guess one of the points I’m trying to make here is the times when most decent firearms were a good investment because they usually went up in value is certainly changing thanks (or no thanks) to the internet. Now a days it’s takes big bucks to buy firearms that are worth buying for investment purposes. Like these Lugers. Nice pic BTW Marky. Thanks!