How does a folding-stocked Luger Pistol sound to you?
This Luger indeed has a folding stock on it. Forgotten Weapons tells us all about this fascinating folding-stocked Luger Pistol.
Sure, you may know all about the German Luger pistol, but we’re still pretty sure you have never witnessed a folding stock for the Luger Pistol.
Ian from Forgotten Weapons got a chance to examine a really rare Benke-Thiemann Folding Stock, mounted on a Luger Pistol. This ingenious design allows the weapon to be shot as a standard pistol with one hand or folded out to be a small carbine. The way the stock actually folds is quite remarkable and just has to be seen to be believed.
Back in 1920, this tacti-cool pistol folding stock never got many fans. It was doomed from the start, and very few were ever manufactured.