7 German trophies owned by the family of a Soviet General

German trophies owned by the family of a Soviet General

Posted on August 19, 2016 by Andrey


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7 Responses to “German trophies owned by the family of a Soviet General”

  1. Frank says:

    The Mauser pistol is garish, but the Luger is beautiful. It must have really been an Uebernazi who had stuff like that.

  2. Nergol says:

    How did that Russian General get his hands on Ben Garrison’s handgun?

  3. OhioMike says:

    I’d like to take them to a gun show here in Ohio. Just to see how bad the buyers would drool, then give lowball offers, and I could laugh heartily at them.

  4. Peter Nebelung says:

    My father had a Luger like that in his collection, not as ornate though. At one point he had over 30 of them.

  5. Al says:

    LOL, the Luger and Mauser pistols are both obviously overdone postwar engraved fakes. A pity, as the garish “nazi – ss” engraving ruined two real examples.

  6. bicycle says:

    Typical stolen or robbed trophies of soviet soldiers.

  7. Knight2 says:

    AL…why would one go through so much work to produce fakes like this? Your comment makes no sense. Please elaborate your comment.

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