4/27/18 - In 1941 the finish on the AC41 went from high-polish blue to the more common military dull finish. This is the later variation found in the J block. The original finish covers about 98% of the gun. Many of the small part are waffen proofed including the safety lever and take down lever; slide lever, trigger and hammer. The grips are waffen stamped. All numbered parts are matching. This is just a real nice example of a 3rd variation ac 41. The bore has strong rifling but definitely a few spots of pitting - most likely from not cleaning after use of corrosive ammo. I would rate it a 5 or 6 out of 10; so not terrible, but not minty either. Now for the magazine...it is matching to the gun, but NOT factory numbering. It is roll stamped, so I don't believe it was done by a "faker". It is in the style of the police arsenal mags I have seen or post war police. It has the single waffen 359 stamp on the spine. So I am assuming the mag was numbered to the gun post factory and perhaps post war. Priced as a non-matched magazine. Note that the de-cocker does not work, which is common for early P.38's.