Please be sure to post images when you're asking what the value of your firearm s is. We find this to be a necessary tool when determining a value. Forum ' started by sportourJan 19, Log in or Sign up. Dismiss Notice Please be sure to post images when you're asking what the value of your firearm s is. Jan 19, 1. I believe that indicates it was a Mauser manufacture and made in I believe the unique feature of this P is that it comes with two matching clips. All parts are matched numbers although I replaced the extractor but still have the original.
The trigger still shows a touch of straw coloration. I used to shoot it a lot when I was a kid and got pretty good popping jackrabbits out in the deserts near L.
I've taken it to my local indoor range a couple of times and a couple of regulars consider it sacreligious that I shoot it but I always thought that's what guns are for. Anyway, anyone have an idea of value? I suspect now it's worth more by quite a bit.
Any help is appreciated. Jan 19, 2. By the way, I wanted to add that I ran across this forum by accident yesterday and feel like a kid in a candy store. Great job guys.
It's going to take a long long time to go through all the threads that are of interest to me. Jan 20, 3. Joined: Jan 10, Messages: 1, Breakling numbered parts on a matching Luger can be pretty expensive, so that's a good reason not to shoot them. If you like shooting Lugers there are plenty of unmatched junkers around.
Jan 20, 4. Joined: Feb 23, Messages: 9, Hi sportour Well, Luger prices can vary quite a bit XracerJan 20, Jan 20, 5. While reference books can give a ball park value for many firearms, when it comes to Lugers they are useless.
It's like looking up the value of a gold bullion coin. It just can't be done. Luger values are rising so rapidly that only an expert can come up with a value. Jan 20, 6. Wonderwhippet, the original extractor has a tiny chip in one corner.
I removed it to prevent any further damage. To my eye I would not consider it as broken. Thanks for the input. This gives me a good idea what to place on it for insurance value.Lietuva Vilnius S.
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The German RZ parachute harness, with one single riser and two straps attached to the body, making the paratrooper land on his hands and knees in a forward roll, did not allow for heavier equipment such as rifles and machine guns to be safely carried during jumps. At Crete, long-range rifle and machine gun fire from dug-in Commonwealth defenders inflicted heavy casualties on the outgunned German paratroopers in the early stages of battle as they attempted to retrieve their support weapons from containers scattered all over the battlefield.
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As focusing is performed internally the 37mm filter thread does not rotate, which makes this lens ideal for use with graduated and polarising filters. The manual focusing ring is well damped, which makes applying fine adjustments a pleasure. The minimum focus distance is 31cm, which is ideal for the occasional close up, or for shooting in claustrophobic environments. Focusing is fast in a wide range of conditions. Chromatic aberrations are extremely well controlled with fringing remaining well under a quarter of a pixel in width across the frame, and at all aperture settings.
This extremely low level of fringing should be difficult to spot, even in large reproductions of images, or harsh crops from the edges of the frame. Falloff of illumination towards the corners is well controlled for a fast aperture standard lens.
Distortion is very well controlled. Imatest was only able to detect 0. This low level of distortion should pose few issues and the distortion pattern is uniform across the frame, which should make applying corrections in image editing software afterwards, relatively straightforward.
A circular hood is supplied with this lens, which does a good job of shading the lens from extraneous light that may cause issues with loss of contrast or flare. Even without the hood in place, this lens is very resistant to flare and contrast levels hold up well when shooting into the light. As far as the performance of this lens is concerned, there is little to find fault with. Sharpness is outstanding from maximum aperture, falloff, distortion and fringing are all well controlled too.
With an equivalent lens being available for so much less money, it hard to see how the extra cost can be justified. Panasonic camera owners will appreciate the optical stabilisation, but I'm unsure that many will appreciate it so much that they're willing to pay such a premium.
However, there's every chance that the price may drop in time, which may change this situation completely. Outstanding sharpness from maximum aperture Compact and lightweight Robust build Smooth manual focus ring Low CA, distortion and falloff Optical stabilisation.