Artillery Luger pistol Early 1913 Prototype stock. Ref.#01.FC1

$995.00

Artillery Luger pistol Early 1913 Prototype stock. Ref.#01.FC1
Artillery Luger pistol Early 1913 Prototype stock. Ref.#01.FC1
Artillery Luger pistol Early 1913 Prototype stock. Ref.#01.FC1
Artillery Luger pistol Early 1913 Prototype stock. Ref.#01.FC1
Artillery Luger pistol Early 1913 Prototype stock. Ref.#01.FC1
Artillery Luger pistol Early 1913 Prototype stock. Ref.#01.FC1
Artillery Luger pistol Early 1913 Prototype stock. Ref.#01.FC1
Artillery Luger pistol Early 1913 Prototype stock. Ref.#01.FC1
1913 Pre-production Prototype Artillery Luger Shoulder Stock.

For the advanced Luger Collector. A fine Copy of an extremely rare 1913 pre-production
(style) prototype Artillery Luger Shoulder Stock. Made from solid German Walnut wood.

This very unusual Shoulder Stock incorporates the "Luger Artillery Pistol" and comes
complete with Brass Loop-handle Cleaning Rod and Magazine Loading / Stripping tool
with double metal loops on the left side intended for a leather shoulder strap (not included).

The stock also has a metal holder for the take-down tool located inside the lid. And the
Upper Flat portion of the Butt wood is Chequered. The stock completely encloses the pistol
and is larger in its dimensions compared to the Browning or C96 Mauser Wooden Shoulder
Stocks.

Specification & Features Included:

  • Wood Holster Stock.
  • Cleaning Rod compartment.
  • Brass Loop-handle Cleaning rod.
  • Stripping/Loading Tool Metal Retaining Clip.
  • Loading/Stripping Tool.
  • Chequered Shoulder Butt.


    Historical Information
    The holster stock was developed in the 1910-1913 time-frame and were intended to be used
    as a shoulder stock for early Artillery Luger's and to also act as a wooden holster for
    the pistol as well.

    There were only a handful of these stocks actually made (estimated at less than 50) with almost
    no examples being seen or even offered today on the collector market. Needless to say these were
    a very short lived prototype variation (adding to its collectibility), produced by DWM under
    direction of Georg Luger, who abandoned this concept in favor of using the flat-board stock
    version with the Artillery leather holster. This later design being far more durable and easier
    to produce than the former.

    Reference Material: According to Experts there are only five to six
    stocks of this type worldwide.See: 1.) Gortz. Die Pistol 08. p.172, 2.)
    Edward C.Sayne. The Luger Snail Drum and Other Accessories for the
    Artillery Model Luger, 3.) Kenyon, Lugers at Random.p.390, 4.)Datig.
    The Luger Pistol

    New Production Item.

    NOTE: Pistol & Accessories shown are not included and shown for display purposes only.

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