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I put together several Lugers from parts and they work fine. I've also have two more in the works. But you have to really shop hard for the best price on parts. There are many sellers out there that think if they have a Luger part - they have struck it rich, and ask hundreds. These parts guns have cost me $400-500, and even some of the complete 'original' Lugers have parts replaced - as they did during the wars. Some of the parts are clearly dug from battlefields and need more polishing and filing to work. I have also made P-38s with parts, I like the steel receivers and then use a fat P-1 slide, but don't like the sleeved barrel. It all takes time, patience, and ability. But cost are rising and competition for these parts are keen, especially the receivers.
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