10/4/21 - This is an excellent example of a P.38 manufactured in 1944. The slide and barrel were made by Mauser. The frame was made by Walther. The gun has no factory serial numbers and has only one "Waffen 135" military proof on the right side of the slide. "Waffen 359" and Walther "ac" factory code on the left side of the frame. There is an added "9222" serial number on the left side of the slide - this is common for guns that needed a serial number for export. The slide was presumably at least touched up after it received its serial number. It has retained about 98% of its bluing. There is very minor spotty wear and tiny dots of oxidation on the front strap. Areas of minor pin-pricking on the left side of the frame. One scratch on top of the slide near the safety lever. Comes with very nice black grips - there are some minor dings here and there, and the left panel looks like it may have been cut down. Also comes with a period-correct "ac"-marked Walther magazine. Mint bore. De-cocker is not functional.