9/28/21 - This is an excellent example of an all-phosphate Radom VIS 35 issued to the Nazi military during WW2. It is all matching and has "Waffen 623" proofs, indicating final inspection took place in the Steyr factory. We estimate the gun has retained about 96% of its original phosphate finish. Some of the small parts are blued. There is minor wear on the high edges and minor thinning on the straps. While there is very little actual finish loss, there is spotty oxidation and discoloration throughout - typical for these phosphate guns. It comes with excellent late-war wood grips and a late-war waffen-proofed magazine. The bore is minty.