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  1. A Brief History of Walther P.38 Pistol Production

     

    Walther P.38 Pistol Production (Brief History)

     

     

    Education of P.38

    Hey guys, today I wanted to do an educational video on P38s. Now I've already done a couple P38s but they were always capture stories and I often get comments from all of you saying we need to hear more about P38s. Well, actually there's a lot to cover and I've been focused a lot on PPs and PPKs, doing all the different variations and once I jump into these waters, there's a lot to cover. 

     

    A Few Rare Guns to Come

    So today I'm

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  2. Gorgeous Case Hardened Walther PP

     

    Gorgeous Case Hardened Walther PP (mint condition) 

     

    Incredible Walther PP

    Hey guys, I have another educational video on Walther PPs and PPKs. Today I have an incredible gun to show you. I just love bringing you this stuff and I hope you watching as much as I love showing them to you.

     

    Walther PP Box Bow Tie Label Variety

    This is just at first it seems like a standard boxed PP. I've talked about these before, this is what the boxes looked like pre-1945. We also see this is the bow tie label, with a handwritten

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  3. German Propaganda Ministry & RRZ Walther PP

     

    German Propaganda Ministry & RRZ Walther PP (super rare gun)

     

    Gun Issued to Joseph Goebbels (Watch the original Video; it’s interesting)

    If you are like me you like watching re-runs. I especially like old Seinfeld episodes and Everybody Loves Raymond. I watch them over and over again. And that’s what I’m going to encourage you to do today. I’m going to encourage you to watch a re-run. I did a video a while ago on the German Propaganda Ministry and I went over a gun that was issued to the Radio Propaganda Ministry, all under the administration of Joseph Goebbels. So I did a whole video on that and it was one of the first ones that we did, that I

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  4. 10 Gauge Civil War Era Shotgun & Funny Legacy Stories

     

    10 Gauge Civil War Era Shotgun, Top 4 10 Gauge Shotgun Video Review, & Top 6 Legacy Packing Stories

     

    Table of Contents: 

    Section 1: 10 Gauge Civil War Shotgun Examined (fun)

    Section 2: Top 4 10 Gauge Shotgun Videos Reviewed and Critiqued (funny)

    Section 3: Top 6 Gun Packing Materials in Legacy Collectible History (very funny)

     

     

    Hey, guys, this morning I decided to do a quickie just for the fun of it. And this one

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  5. Rare SA Gruppe Walther PP Bulged Barrel Examined

     

    Rare SA Gruppe Walther PP Bulged Barrel Examined

    Hey, guys, I decide to do a quickie this morning because I have a lot of work to do. Believe it or not, I have a full time job. So I just wanted to show this to you really quickly. This is just as a lesson in where I made a mistake and I'm going to tell you about it. I did a video where I actually made a mistake and it was to my favor. And that was the Baby Nambu.

     

    The Baby Nambu Mistake Video (Yes, I am human too)

    If you haven't watched that baby Nambu, I got a holster that was worth twice what I thought it was. That was a mistake. And in that

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  6. How to tell if your Nazi Party Leader Walther PPK is Real or Fake?

     

    4 Ways to Tell if your Nazi Party Leader Walther PPK is Real or Fake

     

    Hey, guys, welcome to another quickie. I got something in yesterday and I just really want to quickly show it to you. But that is not a spider crawling on my chest. That's to help us with our quality of sound. We'll see how it works out. Thanks to the power of the YouTube channel. We've been getting a lot of customers or collectors who have been coming to us to authenticate their guns. Yesterday was a good example of somebody who said I bought a party leader. He was convinced that it was 100 percent correct, bought it some years ago and send it to us to authenticate. Unfortunately, I knew immediately within three seconds that it was

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  7. Mauser HSc Disassembly and Reassembly (Detailed Guide)

     

    Mauser HSc Disassembly and Reassembly (Detailed Guide)

    Legacy collectibles customers are often asking us how to take apart the guns we sell. So today I'm going to show you how to take apart a Mauser HSC.

     

    Push Down on Small Knob to Release Slide

    Notice how the magazine still stays inside the gun. Next, you want to put the safety into the safe position on the interior of the trigger guard is a small knob that you need to push down in order to release the slide. We recommend you use a pen to push the button

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  8. P08 Luger Disassembly & Reassembly (Step by Step Guide)

     

    P08 Luger Disassembly & Reassembly (Easy and Fast Step by Step Guide)

    Hello and welcome to another take down video by Legacy Collectables. I'm Kurt. I'm going to walk you through taking apart a Luger pistol, also known as PO8.

     

    Removal of Side Plate

    Remove the magazine and make sure the safety is off. Then you want to use the recoil or the little bit of play you see here between slide and frame to push the slide back and while doing so, push the takedown lever down. Now that the takedown lever is in the down position, you can remove the side plate. Now that the side plate is removed, you can separate the slide

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  9. Colt 1911 Field Strip and Reassembly

     

    Colt 1911 Field Strip and Reassembly Step by Step

     

    Colt 1911 Field Strip

    This is a World War 2, 1911 colt. And we're going to take it apart.

     

    Step #1 Take Magazine Out

    First step is to take the magazine out right now. That's easy. You can take the grips off, if you like, just by removing these screws. We're not going to do that because that's fairly simple.

     

    Step #2 Remove Barrel Bushing

    Next step is to remove the

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  10. P 38 Field Strip and Disassembly

    P 38 Field Strip and Disassembly Step by Step  

    Hey, welcome to another takedown video by Legacy Collectibles. Today, I'm going to take apart a mouser BYF 44 p. 38. So the P-38 is really easy to take apart.

     

    Taking the P 38 Apart 

    The first thing you want to do is pull the slide back so that the slide stays in the back position.

    Safety is Off

    Notice the safety is off. Here it is on fire. Once your got your slide stuck in the back position, you want to take the magazine out to hold open. There should keep the slide held open.

    Pull

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