If you look on top of the luger where the barrel is affixed to the receiver you will note four numbers. that is the date it was made.
I believe you will find that the German Luger P08 went into production in the early 1900's. P08 basically refers to Pistol of 1908.The luger was used extensively during WW1 and WW2 by German forces.
I luger is a type of pistol used by the German army during WW1.
Go to http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm and scroll down to the "L" section. You can find a Luger manual there.
no history was kept on lugers
Find a local gun smith and ask for help.
If you provide the serial number in your question then I can give you the date of manufacture.
By it's serial number.Go to proofhouse.com to find the date of manufacture.
If it has the 17 digit vin, the 10th digit is the code date of manufacture.
If you would post the serial number and model number,I can give you a date of manufacture.
gun shops, gun shows, sporting goods stores.
e-gunparts.com, gunbroker.com, or auctionarms.com might have them.
go to: gunbroker.com search 'luger'
You have to call SIG to find out.
You will have to call Beretta
Use the link to date this Browning
Walther uses a date code of two letters.
are you asking about WW1 type luger mag. or WW2 type luger mag. ????
Go to proofhouse.com
You will have to call S&W to find out.
You will need to call Kimber.
You will have to call Colt with the sn to find out.
The .30 caliber Luger cartridge goes by several names which makes searching for it somewhat confusing. Originally it was named 7.65 Luger Winchester markets it under the name .30 Luger with a 93 grain bullet. Sako of Finland also markets the round with a 92 grain bullet. While not usually available in a WalMart one can find the round in a larger dedicated gunshop in the United States.