RADOM VIS P.35 EARLY WW2 NAZI OCCUPATION...B-BLOCK, SLOTTED, ALL MATCHING & ORIGINAL...C&R OK, 9mm
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Category: Radom Pistols - Military Pistols - Non-US
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Member Since: 2/11/19
First Name: Charles
Last Name: Brigham
Country: United States
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Here's a Radom VIS P.35(p.) that was made fairly early during the WWII Nazi occupation of Poland. Chambered for the 9mm Parabellum, this is an earlier "Grade 1" production pistol which has all three levers, is slotted for the shoulder stock, has the early style German slide markings, and the good quality polished blue finish. The serial numbered parts are properly matching (frame, slide, barrel, mainspring housing, grip safety, and hammer) and there are NO import markings. The slide, frame and barrel are all Nazi proofed and accepted. The original polished blue finish shows normal handling wear withing thinning at the sharp edges and grip straps. There is a small amount of pitting at the left side and bottom of the slide at the muzzle and a patch of surface etching on the right side of the slide. I'd grade the original finish at about 93-94% overall. I did note that the lanyard loop is bent but I believe this should be an easy repair if desire. The original black bakelite grips are in excellent shape with very little wear and no cracks, chips or repairs. The mechanics appear to be in perfect working order including the slide mounted decocker. The bore rates "very good" with sharp, bright rifling that shows some very light pitting. This pistol comes with two original war-time magazines, one of which is Eagle/189 accepted across the toe. Also included is the original brown leather holster that is Nazi ink stamp accepted inside the flap. The holster is in good shape with normal surface wear and one restitched belt loop. A previous owner marked his name "RENZ" on the front under the flap and again on the rear of the holster. A nice honest example of the early/slotted WWII Nazi occupation Radom.
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