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The vet said he picked up this gun at the Walther factory at the war's end, and then stored it away. After examining it I believe him. The gun is 99.9%, s/n 1255C and is all matching. Cog hammer, phosphated small parts. The magazine has never been blued and is marked on the left side "P-38v/U" The follower is ribbed. The "counter" holes are sharp-edged.

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Several other P38's with SN close to this one [including 1245-C] were reported/confirmed as taken at the plant and were all matching numbers.

This was right at the end..and, after this, they usually lack the firing proof on the right slide.


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