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Represented there is a E/ WaA135 accepted HSc # 950 730 with phospate ( parkerized ? )finish from the very last production which has been delivered to the Army in 1945 ( highest SN observed 951 629 ).
It is astonishing that this weapon was manufactured despite the production restrictions of the last year of war, still so good.
This particular pistol includes parts from earlyer production runs like the milled trigger and the high quality wood grips.

It is interesting, that the magazine also shows a phosphated finish.

This rare HSc variation is in mint condition and seems to be unused.

The weapon is in an unmarked substitute substance ( Ersatzstoff ) holster from laminated vinyl except for the leather closing strap.


Fritz

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I think that the HSc pistol is very interesting and enjoyed this discussion on a very late war model. The holster is also quite "different" then most found with this model.
 

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Tom...how is your 1934 proofed?...generally, they would be a very nice dipped blue but some parts were left over when the plant was occupied in April 1945.

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