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As best as i can tell from Jan's book this is a Grade II subvar 2, no P35p on slide, has solid pins, E77. ser# looks like a (T)2712, after ser#, E77. all parts numbered match, barrel has E623. also at end of slide legend there is a army test proof then E623. was this a S

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Steve,
* My browse today reveals your unanswered post. Must have caught all the VIS experts out networking @ the kielbasa festival (Tulsa?).
* I'll wag your 1/T block @ mid (June-July) 1943 assembly.
* As you probably know, the E/77 is the Waffen Inspector assigned to Radom who accepted these Radom made parts. I'm advised all German VIS's were assembled at Steyr as evidenced by the E/623 final acceptance on the slide. An all Steyr "parts/assembly" pistol occurred later in the 2 lever range about a year later. Steyr assembled VIS's frequently can be ID'd by an e/623 on the left trigger guard.
* Hope this late info helps & thanks for sharing.
 
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