Nazi German Late ac 44 P.38 Rig, fnh Barrel

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Sharing a December 1944 Walther Factory example from roughly the middle of the L-block, the last run of the year.

I won't need to chase down correct mags and a holster, and it comes with the Czechoslovakian fnh barrel, stamped WaA76. Approximately 10,000 to 13,000 Czech-built barrels were utilized at Walther in late '44 and early '45. Leather is clearly stamped bla 1944, and WaA158. Very decent rig.

It looks good from a distance, perhaps as much as 95%, but unfortunately some pitting on the left side, and a concentration near the muzzle end of the barrel knock it down a notch. Front strap is thinning but not badly, a scratch or two on top of the barrel chamber and slide.

Still, nothing to kick to the curb - matching numbers and two correctly marked P.38vU e/359 mags. Frame is just a little plum.

Pics, enjoy and thanks for looking.


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Another nice one. My two shots at a AC turned into a M17. I would eventually like the trifecta, but I've got to start saving and lick down a G43.

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