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Without a doubt, you may thoroughly know the German Luger gun, yet we’re still almost certain you have never seen a folding stock for the Luger Pistol. Ian from Forgotten Weapons got an opportunity to look at a truly uncommon Benke-Thiemann Folding Stock, mounted on a Luger Pistol. This smart configuration permits the weapon to be shot as a standard gun with one hand or collapsed out to be a little carbine. The way the stock really overlays is entirely momentous and simply must be seen. In 1920, this tacti-cool gun folding stock never got numerous fans. It was doomed from the beginning , and not very many were ever fabricated.