buying LP-HEER parts

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buying LP-HEER parts

Post by Blade » Mon 06 May 2019, 19:08

hello collectors, i am looking for a lp34/heer aluminium barrel for my lp-heer flare gun, because someone put a steel lp-28 barrel on it. it has to come with an extractor and without dents. scratches and finish wear is okay because the gun is also quite used.
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Post by billybibbet » Fri 10 May 2019, 01:59

I would not be in a rush to change that. Sometimes such things were done either in production or as "field expedient" repair. I would leave it for now.

As an example, I have a steel framed LP34 with an aluminum barrel and wood grips with horizontal cuts. I learned this is a somewhat rare variant produced late war, from leftover parts. There are other similar examples in existence.

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Post by signalman » Fri 10 May 2019, 02:45

Hello Blade,

You do not mention if the Steel barrel is serial numbered to the gun, mismatched, or has no serial number. I have an aluminum barrel with extractor that I would trade for a steel barrel with extractor, but you should only do it if the barrel you have is mismatched.

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Post by Blade » Fri 10 May 2019, 16:34

this wasnt surplused by anyone, when the war was over this was droped and the germans and collaborators flead west, this one was found in a attic and it was rusted shut, i cleaned it up, its a walther made in 1942 (ac42) the number on the frame is "335b" and the number on the barrel is "24699" the marking on the barrel dont have any eagles just some normal proffs and a star infront that i assume is from a hardness test, its completly late-war it has all the stamped parts and a thin dark-brown grip
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