1/15/18 - This is a scarce 1939 Polish Eagle Radom that is photographed and documented in William York's book on Radoms. It is all original and correct, with early features such as the stock slot and three-lever style. The original high-polish bluing rates in the low 90's, with some oxidation on both sides of the slide, and most of the finish loss found on the straps. Proper, rare G2 marked magazine. Very nice grips with no major chips or cracks. The bore has decent rifling but is frosted with some minor freckling inside, so I'd rate it a 5/10. You can find this pistol on page 136 of York's book.