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2008-03-12 19:11:46
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WWII German lugars value vary from about $800-$1200 for battlefield pick-ups, these are usually in the poorest shape. If the "take-home papers" are with it stating what battle or area it was recovered the value goes up! Artiliary lugars in 9mm with a 10" barrel and all of the other accessories ( detachable shoulder stock and 40 round drum magazine) sell for $5500 and up! I collect these hand guns and have several. Also note that after WWI a lot of Lugars were converted to .30 cal due to the treaty of Versallies, these can usually be found for $800 or less. Condition plays the largest role, or if the lugar can be varified as belonging to a famous general or person. Be careful when working the action on these babies, due to their age and condition Misfires are common.... Safety first when any gun or weapon is handeled!


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if you actually mean 'luger', it was a pistol used by the germans in ww2

The best Pistol of WW2 was the Lugar, it had the best quality

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There were basically two pistol types thatwere carried by German officers, during World War 2; the PO8 Lugarand the Walther P38. In 1908 the German Army adopted the Luger to replace the Reichsrevolver in front-lineservice. The Pistole08 (or P.08) had a 100 mm barrel and was chambered in 9×19 mm Parabellum. The P.08 was the usual side arm for German Army personnel in both world wars, though it was being replaced by the Walther P38 starting in 1938.The Walther P38 is a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Walther arms as the service pistol of the Wehrmacht at the beginning of World War II. It was intended to replace the costly Luger P08, the production of which was scheduled to end in 1942(Wikipedia).

hi, do you still have the gun available? I am highly interested if so how much? email me back with more info please and thank you

0-multiple thousands depending on exactly what you have.

value depends on overall condition. pictures are helpfull..............

Lance, landmine, longbow, lug wrench and Lugar pistol are weapons. They begin with the letter L.

all values depend on condition. luger values depend heavly on condition & maker. Value can be from $1200 to $2500, that's give or take.............

A lance and a landmine are weapons. Other weapons include longbow and Lugar pistol.

value depends on overall condition................

The proper name Lugar is more prevalent in the US, so that may cause confusion with the German gun designer Georg J. Luger(1849-1923).His name is popularly applied to the Pistole Parabellum 1908 semi-automatic pistol that he designed in 1898. It was manufactured beginning in 1900 by arms manufacturer Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM). The 9mm version is the stereotypical German handgun of World War II.

Depends on the item's condition and provenance. Check on auction sites for similar items.

Well, WW 2 was not in 1915, but your Luger pistol may be worth anywhere from $100 to several thousand dollars, depending on the exact model, markings, and condition. There is no way to judge from the information in your question. The best estimate would come from a dealer that knows Luger pistols. If all else fails, see if the are some gun shows in your area- you should find several dealers that can give you an estimate of worth.

Robert Lugar was born in 1773.

Robert Lugar died in 1855.

Twila Mae Lugar Graves has written: 'Genealogy of the Lugar family'

The MP40 or Machine Pistol had a low rate of fire, was very light but also pact a heavy punch. This is what made it the primary gun for the Axis force in world war II.It is closely compared with the Thompson or 'Tommy' Gun used for the allied forces. More information can be found at: primary infantry rifle was the Mauser 8mm rifle. The MP40 was nothing like the US Thompson. Rate of fire was much higher for the German machine-pistol. Cartridge size was similar: 9mm Lugar vs .45 caliber Colt.Mauser

"El lugar" is the spanish word for "place" in english.

Richard Lugar goes by Dick.

The British and American machine guns were no match for the German light machine guns. This is not just an opinion but it is based on facts. Their rate of fire of the German guns were higher. The BAR held only a 20 round clip. The German light MGs were not as heavy. The American Thompson and the British Sten gun were pretty good weapons but still not better than the German MP40 machine pistol. If it wasn't for the American M-1 Garand rifles, the German rifle company would probably have had more fire-power than the American rifle company. Another factor when comparing weapons is their reliability and serviceablity as to how they performed in the field when exposed to water, dirt, sand and mud. The American Model 1911 pistol could withstand much more abuse than the fragile Lugar pistol. That is my opinion.

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