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I found this one recently for $275.00, it has MD marked WWII grips no serial number on the frame, no acceptance stamps at all. The barrel and slide have matching numbers. It must be made up from parts at the end of the war by the French although the French HSc's I have examined have serial numbers.

Any thoughts?

Mark

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Pancho,

I can't take a photo of it since my studio is in a box. However, the grips are marked from left to right ......... left grip...... ejo 2228 (2 under the 2228) with the MD (s under MD) .... brown black color

right grip the same but black with 2229 and the number 2 under that, MD marking has the s under it as well.

I'll try to post a photo again when I decide to put my portable studio back together for pics of more guns. However, with the correct MD markings and maker code, I am sure they are WWII. I only know P38 bakelite grips but to me there is no mistake.

Here is a link to my info on P38 grips.

http://www.p38guns.com/Gripinfo.htm

Any help would be appreciated.

Mark
 
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