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Luger Tips by Michael Reese II

Author: Michael Reese II
Book title: Luger Tips
ISBN10: 0913150363
ISBN13: 978-0913150368
Publisher: Pioneer Press (December 1, 1992)
Language: English
Pages: 120
Size PDF: 1528 kb
Size FB2: 1790 kb
Size ePUB: 1987 kb
Rating: 4.4 ✯
Votes: 821
Subcategory: Antiques & Collectibles

Luger Tips by Michael Reese II

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Revised edition by Michael Reese II. One of the most comprehensive books on Lugers currently in print. Revised and expanded with much new data including information on the Borchardt, Commericial, DWM, Military & Swiss models. Chapters on the history of the Parabellum pistol and its inventor, George Luger, shooting the Luger, and leather goods and accessories for this popular handgun. Softcover, color cover, 8 1/2 X 11, 120 pages.
Reviews (7)
Coron
Luger Tips is one of the best and concise discussion of Lugers I've read. For instance, did you know one of the most common causes for jams is the use of improper ammunition. Many Lugers will not operate properly on 9mm 115 grain ammunition. 124 grain ammunition is a must if you expect your Lugers to operate properly. Luger Tips is chocked full of useful information, and the illustrations are superb.
Onetarieva
Great book for collectors.
lets go baby
Great information.
Kelerana
Ordered this book for my husband. Although I am not an expert he tells me that this book has a wealth of information.
Rude
Excellent book for getting up to speed. Good history section. Read it six times and you will be pretty knowledgeable about lugers. Too many variations! Good book for begining luger collector or if just a passing interest.
kinder
This 120 page paperback does a pretty good job at giving descriptions and adequate photographs of the various Lugers in the market today... even the newer Mauser Lugers imported by Interarms in the 1970s. Magazines (clips), stocks, holsters and even .22 caliber conversion kits are covered. The quantity manufactured of each type of Luger is included along with the detailed descriptions.
There is a section detailing values and "collector-recommendation comments" too.
Overall, I found the book helpful... and I would emphasize, the photos were well done.
Ironfire
Photography is not the best. Basic info but not a great source of detailed information, there are better Luger referance books available.
very good information

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