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November 11, 2017, 02:15:35 PM
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Hello all,

Looking for a nice investment?

Have for sale a RARE German Luger p08. Known as one of the best guns ever!
Original, used in WW1 and WW2, with unique engraving, ivory and old plastic plates.

Working and open. EU clients without licence can buy EU deact.
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https://www.flickr.com/photos/140511921@N06/albums/72157666197683319

Price:6000 USD in BTC. incl worldwide shipping express.

Note: Know your country rules.
EU deactivated, EU shipping no problem.

Escrow possible, trade in BTC, paypal possible.

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November 11, 2017, 06:12:38 PM
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That's an awesome gun! Always impressed by the luger.

Had this one been reworked after the war? It seems a bit "pimped out".

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November 11, 2017, 08:55:22 PM
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How does one even aquire these kind of Guns in the EU?
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November 11, 2017, 10:16:44 PM
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How does one even aquire these kind of Guns in the EU?

New deactivation rules, can buy and sell all over EU legally with certificates.
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November 11, 2017, 10:18:46 PM
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That's an awesome gun! Always impressed by the luger.

Had this one been reworked after the war? It seems a bit "pimped out".

Rich officer gun, reworked in or between the wars. Will look for more info and update asap.
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November 11, 2017, 10:22:42 PM
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Wow, now that is a cool piece!

Can you describe specifically what "deactivated" means? This technically alters it from a 'weapon' to a 'collectible' or similar, correct? Can it be changed back to full original?

Can/will you ship to the US?
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November 11, 2017, 11:19:01 PM
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Any documentation linking this gun to that rich officer? Cool gun! Here’s mine - https://imgur.com/a/VRpar

“Give a man a gun and he can rob a bank. Give a man a bank and he can rob the world”.
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November 14, 2017, 10:42:03 AM
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Update:

Gun is used in WO1 and WO2 but after the wars decorated.
EU deactivated means it will not fire anymore, never.

Shipping to USA is like mission impossible they says.. Maybe you can arrange with your local gun dealer he import this gun for you, more chance you receive.
EU shipping no problem.
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November 25, 2017, 08:41:03 PM
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Update:

This gun is not deactivated yet. The owner why I selling for say he sell to everybody but If EU clients has no licence he will do EU Deact it in Belgium.
So for who is interested, this gun is STILL WORKING!

2: Export to USA can only be arranged by a gun dealer!



The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) regulates the importation of firearms. They require all imports of firearms to be imported by a registered firearm dealer. This includes firearms that are new, used or inherited. See antique requirements below.

If you wish to purchase a firearm overseas, you will need to make arrangements with a dealer to handle the importation. A request to import a firearm or ammunition must be made on ATF's Form 6 or ATF Form 6 Part II (For use by Members of the United States Armed Forces). It takes 4-6 weeks for ATF to process this form and return it to the dealer.

An unlicensed person may obtain a permit to import sporting ammunition (excluding armor-piercing, tracer, or incendiary ammunition) and firearm parts (other than frames, receivers, firearm barrels, or barreled actions) without engaging the services of a Federal Firearms License (FFL), provided the items are for personal use and not for resale. Generally, ATF cannot issue a permit authorizing the importation of firearms barrels for non-sporting or surplus military firearms.

If you have not made arrangements with a dealer to import a firearm or ammunition on your behalf before you purchase one, (i.e. you buy it on the spur of the moment during a trip abroad and return to the U.S. with it in your possession), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will detain the weapon/ammo for 30 days, during which time you should try to make arrangements for a registered dealer to handle the importation for you.

If ATF is unable to expedite the paperwork and your firearm is not claimed within 30 days, it could be transferred to a general order warehouse and you will have to pay the storage fees. After 60 days of transfer to the warehouse, it will be destroyed.

If the firearm you intend to import is an antique and was manufactured in or before 1898, you or the dealer do not have to submit the Form 6 to ATF, however you must be able to prove to CBP that it was manufactured during that period. If you ship the antique be sure the package includes the required documentation.  CBP will accept a certificate of authenticity or bill of sale with the year the firearm was manufactured as proof of age. If the firearm was manufactured after 1898, the dealer has to submit the Form 6 to ATF for approval to import the firearm.

If the firearm is at least 100 years old or more and you can provide proof of age, the firearm will be eligible for duty-free treatment under the antique provision in the Harmonized Tariff Schedule.

For more information on antique firearms see ATF Website.

You can obtain duty rates for firearms that are not antique in the Harmonized Tariff Schedule Chapter 93.

To obtain ATF regulations on imports of firearms, you should reference the "Federal Firearms Regulations Reference Guide". You can contact the ATF Distribution Office to obtain a copy at (301) 583-4696.  Please visit the ATF Website for a guide to information about importing firearms, ammunition, and implements of war.

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