Guy at church wanted me to fix his “luger” which was a disassembled P38. I am guessing its a post war import: importer stamp on tang, parkerized type finish and black plastic grips. The holster is cool and cant find any markings. I am not a P38 expert. Anyone else observe anything?
I am new on this forum and would like to let you know that a project that took over 20 years, finally made it to the printer.
I started this project with Orv Reichert in 1995. The idea of a new P.38 book was born.
It was a bumpy road to finally get there, though I think it was...
I recently came across an online ad for a P38 on a site that caters to local sellers and buyers. There was scant information in the ad but the holster pictured with the pistol gave me an idea it was likely a war-time pistol. I currently own a cyq P38 but have always had a hankering for a...
Hi all forum members.
I need some help identifying unusual markings on my AC43Walther P38.
This particular one have Nazi eagle stamped on right side oftrigger guard - i never seen one in that location before! never !
Have you met with that - any ideas ? suggestions? does itmake it unique...
I picked up this P38 recently. I'm having a very hard time finding out any info on it.
There is no date on the right side of the slide.
W 9.73 is by the trigger guard. (I believe this to be a repair date, sept. 1973?)
All serial numbers match on the barrel, slide, and frame.
Did any early 1940 P38 holsters have brass hardware? I've never seen the latch hardware in brass, but my dilemma is that I've never seen repro's made with brass hardware either.
Another crime against humanity is going down at...