Published in 1917 this pamphlet gives details of the long barrel Luger pistol, sometime known as the “Navy” Luger. It also has details and photographs, not only of the weapon, but of the snail magazine and the detachable stock/holster which could be used to convert the pistol into a carbine fro use in trench fighting. The “Bolo” Mauser was a similar weapon.
Useful for all who are interested in German trench fighting methods and equipment, and for the gun student, as the pamphlet contains details of handling, firing, stripping and assembly.
LONG LUGER PISTOL (1917)
Long Barrel Luger pistol, the detachable stock and snail drum magazine issued during the First World War.