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Vis wz. 1935: Standard Polish issue Vis with decocker, take-down latch and shoulder-stock slot. Excellent quality, rust-blue finish. Slide markings (two lines): "F.B. Radom", year of production, Polish Eagle, "VIS wz. 35, pat. No 155567".

I have a 98% 1938 Polish Radom pistol with stock lug and beautiful matching holster, no stock. All original matching. I am looking for some assistance to price this rig. I have been made an offer however I think it is low. Could one of you knowledgeable collectors give me a hand.

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Orv, Maybe you can answer something else for me...I have several P-38's. Swiss HP's I think. Walther Banner. Really excellent condition. Black plastic grips. I have yet to do any research on them....Also a few wartime P-38's but I am mainly interested in finding out about the HP's. Simpson has one with target grips he is asking 25 grand for....Let me know if you have any thoughts. Thanks, Jerry Burney
 

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Charlie, It is pre war Polish, Double mag pouch along left side, sorta boxy. Jerry Burney
 

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Jerry,
I think Orv is pretty close. I sold my 95% Polish Radom about 5 years ago for two thousand without a holster! Those original holsters are a bit pricey now.... around $500 - $700. With inflation I think $3000 would be a little better.

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Jerry,

The P.38 available from Bob Simpson is in .30 cal and very rare. It is a single action P.38 and I have personnaly examined the gun at the most recent Lousville show. Most likely a "target" pistol made up in the late 30's by Walther when they were also selling commercial guns.

There were also .30 guns in the typical P.38 configuration that sell for $18,000. FGS has one for sale. The single action P.38's have a slightly larger frame.

These are classic P.38's but it seems to me that no one is going to pony up that kind of cash for a P.38...... Now if you have an AP pistol that is totally different!

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Mark, Thanks for the clarification...The three I have for sale are 9MM so I guess I won't be asking 25 large...
Twenty five thousand AND you have to shoot expensive ammo...What a World! Jerry Burney
 
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