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    WALTHER P 38

    Just picked up this clean WW 2 bring back. Has the waffen inspection marks and was assembled in 1943.
    I have not told the wife yet...What momma don't know won't hurt her.

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    Nice, I won't tell...
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    I'm tellin'. HEY MOMMA, BIRDAN GOTTA GUN!!! by the way, very nice Walther!
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    The blueing does not look right. may have been reblued or a "Heers Pistole". (made for non military market during WW2)

    "waffen inspection marks and was assembled in 1943"

    Was it made by Walther, Mauser, or Spreewerk, and were any parts made by FN and have a eagle over 140

    Welcome to the P38 Web Site....

    I have a ultra rare Spreewerk with a FN frame and matching ser#s.

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    Daddy brought one and this Dreyse back from Germany after the War. I got the Dreyse and my brother got the P38. Never was sure if I made the right choice, but the other day, I found the release certificate, so I guess it was meant to be either way. The P38 was a good shooter though. Still have the leather holsters. If my brother would ever stop by to see me, I'd happily give him the one for his. I envy close families. I guess that's why I hang around here so much. Boy, have I digressed.

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