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Definition funny of Luger:

urbanLuger (Loo-jer) -noun A person that has done, or is in the process of doing something that is: - A waste of time, - Ridiculous, - Inappropriate, or a combination of the above.

urbanPablo was a massive luger. What a luger!

urbanThe P.08 Luger is the pistol used by Germany through both World Wars as well as by many other countries including the Swiss. The Luger was originally chamered in 7.65 Luger, which was a shortened 7.63 Mauser cartridge. The first model Luger was invented in 1898 by Georg Luger, and it was highly based off of the Borchard pistol, but was a much more compact, and useful design. They were originally just called the P.08, but they are known as Lugers after their inventer's name. The model we know today most popularly, is the Model P.08 Luger, introduced in 1908 as the standard sidearm of the German military. It deviated from previous lugers by eliminating the grip safety and being chambered in 9mm Parabellum, which is the 7.65 Luger casing redesigned to fit a 9mm projectile as requested by the Wehrmacht(German Army.) As a testament to the cartridge designed for it, the 9mm is still used by the U.S. Military currently in the M9, and is the NATO standard pistol cartridge. There were many manufacturers of Lugers, some of the most popular being Mauser, DWM, Kreighoff, Erfurt, Spandau, Simpson & Co. as well as foreign manufacturers such as Vickers in England, and Waffenfabrick Bern of Switzerland and some others. The German Army used a 4" Barrel version, which is most popular, while the Navy's version had a 6" barrel. Artillery crews had 10" barrels. Lugers have an 8 round capacity, however drum magazines made for the Artillery Lugers hold many more rounds. Lugers were known to be extremely accurate, even by todays standards, due to the fixed barrel design. They operate off of the Maxim toggle action that the first machineguns used. Lugers were made to extremely high tolerances, and fit together with immense precision. In 1938, the German military was mainly producing the Walther P38 because it was a far cheaper design due to the lack of required hand fitting. Lugers were produced until the end of World War II however. Lugers are the first practical semi-auto pistols to be made, and were extremely influential in the world of handguns. Lugers with all matching parts and in good condition with original finish can be worth a lot of money today. They are also fabulously beautiful pistols and pieces of history and art, well sought after by collectors.

urbanThe German officer fended off the communists with his Luger.

urbanA kick ass German pistol originated in WWI and went up to WWII. One of the most unique and coolest pistols ever made.

urbanJew 1:Dude the luger that Nazi has gives me an orgasm. Lets go steal it! Jew 2:Fuck that...

urbanLoo-jer -noun A person or thing that has done or is in the process of doing something ridiculous (determined by the user of the word). Can be used as a synonym for the words such as joker,noob, and their synonyms.

songs

Songs about Luger:

songsDyslexic Luger / Civil War Letters / Kids / Baby In River (Good Day To Cross A River) by Greg Giraldo from the Album Good Day To Cross A River [Explicit]

songsGerman Lugers [Explicit] by Edi Amin from the Album German Lugers [Explicit]

songsHip Hop Luger Vibe (Intrumental, Beat, Hip Hop, Rnb, Dirty South, Old School, Freestyle, Rap, 2011) by Swit Beats from the Album Hip Hop Beats - 40 Instrumentals Royalty Free, Vol. 2 (Intrumentals, Beats, Hip Hop, Rnb, Dirty South, Old School, Freestyle, Rap, 2011)

songsMoney (Lex Luger) by Instrumentals Beats 2012 from the Album Hip Hop Beats (Instrumental, Trap, Hip Hop, Beat ,Rnb, Dirty South, Old School, Freestyle, Rap, 2012)

songs150 Luger by 500 & Mr. China from the Album Hyenna Boy$ [Explicit]

songsAfterglow (Luger Remix) by Luger Jacob Hell's from the Album Afterglow

songsThe Best Level Feat. Aye-Sahn &yung Irb Produced By Luger-Beats [Explicit] by Yah Lanskey from the Album The Collector

books

Books about Luger:

booksLuger P'08 Pistol, 9mm Assembly, Disassembly Manual by Skennerton and Riling (May 2004)

booksLuger Handbook by Aarron Davis (Apr 1997)

booksA Spoonful of Luger by Roger Ormerod (Oct 7, 2014)

booksThe Luger by Patricia Palmer (Oct 12, 2013)

booksLuger Book: The Encyclopedia of the Borchardt and Borchardt-Luger Handguns, 1885-1985 (The Luger book) by John Walter (Nov 1991)

booksLugers At Random by Jr. Charles Kenyon (1969)

booksVeteran Bring Backs (Military Weapons rifle Lugers Pitol) by Edward Tinker (2008)

movies

Movies about Luger:

moviesHistory -- Tales Of The Gun : Luger, The 2008 - Runtime: 50 mins

moviesBarney Miller The Collector's Edition: Luger 1997 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins

moviesLuger Pistols Armorer's Course -

moviesLex Luger Shoot Interview Wrestling DVD-R -

moviesParabellum: The Story of The Luger 2012 - Runtime: 1 hr 14 mins

moviesDAVID LUGER'S SWALLOW MY PRIDE #3 X - Runtime: 2 hrs 20 mins Starring: CINDY CRAWFORD

moviesTalles of the Gun: Luger 2004 NR -

wiki

Wiki information Luger:

Luger pistol

The Pistole Parabellum 1908—or Parabellum-Pistole —is a toggle-locked recoil-operated semi-automatic pistol. The design was patented by Georg J. Luger in 1898 and produced by German arms manufacturer Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken starting in...

9×19mm Parabellum

The 9×19mm Parabellum cartridge was designed by Georg Luger and introduced in 1902 by the German weapons manufacturer Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken for their Luger semi-automatic pistol. For this reason, it is designated as the 9mm Luger /...