Guillo. The first in a two-part series on the ubiquitous German handgun, this inaugural volume examines the Luger from its 1900 introduction through those manufactured in the 1920s Weimar Republic. Readers will enjoy nearly 500 images as well as details on models used before, during, and after the Great War, along with insight on serial numbers, ammunition, holsters, magazines, cleaning kits, and more! This title is a must-own for fans of the Luger as it features an in-depth visual breakdown of the early years of the famous weapon. 80 pages, 439 color and B&W photos, 9"x 12", hardcover.