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Ocram2
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Switzerland
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Posted - 09/23/2015 :  05:30:19 AM  Show Profile Send Ocram2 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Good day Karabiner friends.
I have a question. Is the run date 1/43 with the serial number 1530836 match and it is possible that the Stock PU is marked.

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Ocram2
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Posted - 09/23/2015 :  05:55:57 AM  Show Profile Send Ocram2 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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cali201
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Posted - 09/23/2015 :  06:41:35 AM  Show Profile Send cali201 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Being you have a NPM then the stock would not be correct, it would be correct for a early '43 Underwood (up until mid '43). Being your NPM serial number 1530836 would have been produced around July-Aug 1943 would indicate that the Underwood barrel is a replacement or it sat around for quite a while before being used, I suspect it is a replacement barrel but you never know.

Edited by - cali201 on 09/23/2015 06:45:07 AM
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Jackp
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USA
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Posted - 09/23/2015 :  10:57:56 AM  Show Profile Send Jackp a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Judging from the markings on the trigger guard, your carbine at one time was used by the Württemberg-Baden Landespolizei (1946-1952). Are there any similar numbers marked anywhere else on your carbine like on the recoil plate or on the side of the receiver? You can find more info on German Occupation carbines here:

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Ocram2
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Switzerland
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Posted - 09/24/2015 :  07:46:01 AM  Show Profile Send Ocram2 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Good day Karabiner friends
Thank you for your interest.The Forum lives.
No working- used tracks when I had the baby opened visible. The baby had to be stored in Germany for a long time.
The front sight is NN marked on top so I think that with a change of the barrel the front sight would also switch
The baby glides-flutsch wonderful. It is practically new and I can not imagine that there was something changed overhung.
On one of the pictures the Swiss Parabellum is Cal. 7.65. Year 1911. I have put into it there because they shoot the same Bullet like the Carbine. At 50 meters it hits better than any of my Carbine.
Merci
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swampmolly
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USA
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Posted - 09/24/2015 :  08:37:22 AM  Show Profile Send swampmolly a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hello Ocram, from Florida USA. Just as a point of reference what is the size of a group of 5 shots at 50 meters for both guns. Sounds like you have a very nice shooting pistol.
SM
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gibbs
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Philippines
88 Posts

Posted - 09/24/2015 :  5:55:23 PM  Show Profile Send gibbs a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Ocram,

I have seen a Luger, similar to what is shown in your picture post. Similar because it also has a grip safety but it is a 9mm as against your 7.65mm. May I know from where you got the info on your Luger's year of production?

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Ocram2
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Switzerland
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Posted - 09/25/2015 :  04:31:02 AM  Show Profile Send Ocram2 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Gibbs,
sorry I made a mistake.
My Parabellum was built in 1921 not 1911
The Luger Pistol
Monograph 4
The Swiss Variations
1897-1947
Fred A.DatingGibbs, You must be logged in to see this link.
Merci
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Ocram2
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Switzerland
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Posted - 09/25/2015 :  05:16:13 AM  Show Profile Send Ocram2 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Gibbs,
look on the same side the Revolver Ord. 1872/78.
The Swiss then shot the US .45
wonderful revolver.
Merci Marco
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Ocram2
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Switzerland
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Posted - 10/20/2015 :  09:02:08 AM  Show Profile Send Ocram2 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Salve Swampmolly,
Apologies my belated response.The mountain hunting is now over and there are again air.With my 06/24 Parabellum and my Sig P210 I shoot without problems 5cm to 50 meters. I can not do with my Carbines, the trigger is very bad.Only with my Florida double spring Universal Carbine with riflescope ar a little precise.Please touch not laugh but that's the most accurate Carbine I have.
Look on this Internet page. The biggest shooting festival in the world. ABOUT 40000 shooters were present and it was just in front of my door. The Pistol gunman shot 50 meters and many had the maximum number of points. Many shot while the 7.65 Parabellum and 9mm P210.
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