10/21/21 - This is a very nice example of a Radom VIS 35 issued to the Nazi military during WW2. It has three levers, is all matching, and has the proper "Eagle 77" and "Eagle 623" Nazi military proofs. It comes as a rig with a fairly worn brown leather holster (waffen-proofed but not dated), and an un-marked period-correct magazine. The gun has retained somewhere between 85-90% of its original finish. Most of the finish loss is on both of the grip straps where there is also noticeable spotty oxidation. There is very minor wear on the high edges of the slide and around the muzzle. There are a few small areas of discoloration and oxidation on the right side of the slide and at the back of the right side of the frame. Some very light scratches on the left side of the slide. It comes with very nice Radom grips. While they look original, they could be reproduction. If they are reproduction, they are the best we've ever seen. The bore is very nice - strong rifling with very minor frosting in some of the grooves.