Walther P.38, March, 1945, Dual tone, FNH Barrel
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8740b - 08895
1/10/19 - This is a unique variation of the P.38 most commonly found in the B block of 1945. It is considered "dual tone" due to the fact that it has both blued and phosphate parts. The late style cog hammer is phosphate as is the trigger, slide lever, rear site and magazine. The finish is all original with minor scratches on the slide and honest wear on the front strap (92-93%). The barrel has rough machining and was made by FNH (eagle 76) in the Czech factory. All of the parts are matching and original. The magazine has a ribbed follower and is P.38v "U". The gun functions well, but the de-cocker sticks. The bore is excellent and shiny, showing little wear (8/10). The gun has the correct late war grips. Guaranteed original and authentic.
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