Spreewerk P 38, coded "ac 43", Zero-series, made of parts by various contractors
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Cal. 9 mm Luger, Nr. 03955, matching numbers. Bright bore.
Certificate of non-proofing. Current German proof marks (2020). Receiver made by Spreewerk, marked "U" on the left. Slide made by FN, acceptance mark Eagle/140, ready for a Walther barrel. Barrel, however, made by Mauser with acceptance mark Eagle/WaA135. The locking block made by Spreewerk. Slide marked "M I - U - Eagle/140 - Eagle/HK" on the right side. Original bluing 99%. Brownish Bakelite grips. Thinly parkerized magazine by "jvd". Pistol probably made for the "Volkssturm". Excellent, almost new condition.
ATTENTION: the slide is cracked front right, as shown in one of the images (added after the catalogue went in print).
Vgl. u.a. Buxton, The P.38 Pistol, Band 2, S. 166 und Marschall, Walther Verteidigungspistolen, S. 155 - 156.
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