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Presented here is a representative example of a AC 42 rig which I find to be in excellent condition for both the pistol and its holster. It has some unusual features which I trust you will find interesting as well.

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150.39KB The unusual and rarely found [ alphabet ] waffenamt proof of WaAB17 is shown.

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122.16KB Another unusual marking is the circle B and 25. It appears that a Rockwell hardness mark is adjacent to the mark as well.

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118.88KB These two proofs are the only ones found with this era magazine example and are located on the upper portion of the spline as you can see.

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162.59KB Interesting is that neither the serial number nor the waffenamt proof are found on these era grips.
 
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Very nice! I guess I'll examine my grips for data. Strange,I've never removed them and I have several P38s. No telling what I'll find. Jim
 
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