Hmmm ... so no one believes that I own Baron von Richthofen's personal Luger? Would you instead believe that it's a VoPo rework, probably with a sordid history compounded by a series of political events that transpired since it was first manufactured before or during World War I? Was picked up for little cash outlay in the mid-1980s from a wholesaler's ad appearing in the "Shotgun News." A fellow member of a private firearms forum to which I belong sponsored a forum contest 7 - 8 years ago. Rules were: ten shots at 50 yards and ten at 100 yards, any pistol chambered for 9mm, any ammunition, off hand or rested position. Only one effort with no re-shoots. Target results photographed and posted on the "honors system." Prize was a Russian Nagant revolver. I surveyed the 9mm pistols on hand and selected the Luger just for funzies. Winchester "White Box" isn't the best quality ammunition ever produced but I wasn't taken it all so seriously anyway. Shot the targets from sand bag rest placed on the roof of the pickup out at our old family place on the lake, at 50 and 100 yards and posted the results. Added the "Red Baron" clipping from a pizza box just for laughs. Surprisingly, in the event, the 50-yard group was only a half an inch tighter than the 100-yard group. 50 yard group 100 yard group The groups were good enough for me to win the revolver. Didn't know I wanted a Nagant revolver, but the gun's been a good study of the design features and of Soviet wartime manufacturing characteristics. On an "Enemy At the Gate" scenario" I believe I'd rather have a Colt Police Positive .32 I have than the Nagant revolver.