11/4/21 - This is a very nice example of a Radom VIS Model 35 issued to the Nazi military during WW2. It is all matching and has the proper "Eagle 77" and "Eagle 623" Nazi military acceptance proofs. It is of the earlier 3-lever variation. It comes as a rig with two period-correct un-marked magazines and a slightly worn un-marked period-correct tan leather holster. The holster has light surface cracking in the leather (most noticeable on the top flap), a few stitches missing from the left side of the inside, and the belt loops may have been replaced. Small notch on the right side of the top flap. The gun has retained about 92-94% of its original military bluing. Generally, there is minor wear along the high edges and around the muzzle, some light thinning on the top of the slide, and very minor thinning and some light brown patina on both grip straps. There are a few tiny dots of oxidation here and there on the slide. Comes with excellent period-correct black bakelite grips. The bore is stone-mint.