6/23/21 - This is a nice example of a Walther P.38 issued at the end of the war, in 1945. It has a late-war cog hammer and phosphate small parts. The gun is all matching and has the proper "Eagle 359" military proofs. The frame has a really nice plumb color. It has retained somewhere between 75-80% of its original finish. Most of the wear is on the front strap, but there is also wear on the high edges of the slide, around the muzzle, on top of the barrel in the ejection port, and top of the slide. Some scratchy wear on the right side of the slide. Comes with excellent grips and a period-correct Walther magazine. Minty bore. De-cocker is functional.