Fine & RARE NAZI German WWII P38 Police Pistol
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Fine & RARE NAZI German WWII P38 Police Pistol

Early 1 of 3,200 ‘byf/44’ Eagle/L Marked Mauser!

Here we present a Nazi German Police Mauser P38 Pistol, made circa 1944 in Oberndorf, Germany. The P38 was designed by Walther to replace the Luger P08 as the standard service weapon for the Third Reich’s Wermacht. The Luger was a ground-breaking design, but quite expensive to produce. The P38 doubled down on that and was the first locking breech pistol to feature the double/single action firing mechanism with a decocking safety lever, a prelude to many modern pistols to come. It also features a loaded chamber indicator that is both visible and tactile, extending out of the top rear of the slide, just above the hammer. The falling block locking mechanism was also carried into future pistol designs. Many of these design features are found in the Beretta 92 or U.S. M9 pistols.

The Wermacht was the primary buyer of these pistols, but the German police also used about 6,800 P38s.

This P38 features the “Eagle/L” police marking on the right side of the slide. The WaffenAmt “Eagle/WaA135 is marked on the right side of the slide, the left side of the barrel, right side of the falling block, and left side of the frame above the trigger. “Eagle/N” commercial proofs are located on the left side of the slide and barrel. Eagle proofs are located on the left side of the locking block and the left rear portion of the barrel. The standard Mauser P38 markings “P.38” and “byf/44” are located on the left side of the slide. Only 3,200 of these so-marked pistols were made and used during the war. The serial number is in the correct range. The magazine is marked “jvd” on the left side, the marks of Erste Nordbohmische MetallFabrik and correct for this gun.

The overall condition is fine. The blue finish is 95% present. The markings are clear and legible. The serial numbers match, excluding the unnumbered but properly marked magazine. The grips are solid and in very good condition. The bore is shiny and clean, and the action is excellent.

This firearm is classified as a Curio & Relic. Compare to another that sold at $3400!

Barrel is 4-7/8 inches in length.

Caliber: 9mm Luger (9x19 Parabellum)

The bore is in fine condition and the action is excellent.

Overall condition as seen in photos.

Don’t miss your opportunity to add this rare WWII Nazi German Police Mauser P38 to your collection!

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5.00 Pounds