He stepped into the host general's study and saw on his desk a Luger, a souvenir.
There was a quick flash, and Ben was staring into the business end of a Luger automatic, gripped tightly in the broker's hand.
They might mean the difference between success and a Luger bullet.
There was no Luger, nor anything else that would be of any use.
Third Brother had a Luger automatic, and he looked ready to use it.
He was obviously a person of authority, and the authority was made plain by the Luger automatic pistol he held in his hand.
Meanwhile, Bartley had been experimenting further with the Luger.
In the canoe was a Luger pistol, a cartridge belt, a few cans of food, a short-handled ax and a roll of kahki-colored cloth.
He nodded to Cheyenne, but his interest was centered on Bartley and the Luger.
He had drawn his Luger and was waving it around as he barked orders at his men.
type of German automatic pistol, 1904, from Georg Luger (1849-1923), Austrian-born firearms expert.