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 Post subject: Luger stripping tool
PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2007 15:56 pm 
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Hey there! Does anyone know how to use this? Are there any websites that show you what to do with it? I realised that the longer flat end can be used as a screw driver but what about the rest? What is the hole in the centre for? Or the piece that bends upwards!?
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 Post subject: Re: Luger stripping tool
PostPosted: Sun Jun 17, 2007 9:35 am 
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Fallschirmhans wrote:
Hey there! Does anyone know how to use this? Are there any websites that show you what to do with it? I realised that the longer flat end can be used as a screw driver but what about the rest? What is the hole in the centre for? Or the piece that bends upwards!?
Any information would be greatly recieved!!!
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Tom


Good question, cos I can strip my Luger without the use of that tool. It will be interesting to find out

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you put the hole through the circle on the mag and push on the bent bit to make it easier to load

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You know the little pocket in the top of the holster what is that for? The tool doesn't fit in there at all...my guess is its for a cleaning brush or something and the tool fits behind the pocket? It's fits much better behind than inside... Anyone know what the pocket is for?

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the tool fits in the pocket on the inside of the holster flap

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Not in mine it doesn't!!! The pocket is far too small to close the flap over it! From what I can see on original Luger holsters the pocket is the same size. I don't get it!

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Adam, thanks. I was wondering what the tol was for,too!

My tool, fits in the pocket,without any worries. Is the tool a repro one?

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yeah its a repro! i would assume repro means a copy of the original! lol tho i know its not always the case!

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Po8 loading tool pouch
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ah!!! thanks paul! I see what the deal is... they've sewn the pocket too small at the top sides! I might undo the pocket a little and resew it so it'll fit better. at the moment the large end of the tool sticks out of the top of the pocket! thanks for your help muhc appreciated!!!

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