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P38 Spreewerk

Article about: Hello, Here are some pictures of my new addition, a P38 made by Spreewerk in the early part of October 1944, It has the original finish and matching serial numbers. Jonathan.

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    Hello,

    Here are some pictures of my new addition, a P38 made by Spreewerk in the early part of October 1944,
    It has the original finish and matching serial numbers.

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    Jonathan.

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    always liked them.

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    Superb original example Jonathan!!

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    very nice addition Jonathan!!



    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    That is a Fine example of a Spreewerke P-38! Nice to see! Now you need a minty holster!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Very nice looking example. Always one of my favorites. Thanks for sharing

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    A Good looking p38. Congrats on the find.
    Marty

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    That is a nice one. I also have a Spreewerk P-38. It is quite a pleasure to shoot.
    But sadly I don't have a Lovely P08 to brother it up with like yours.
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Yes quite a reliable gun. Have a 43 Spreewerke that is my everyday carry sidearm. Not overly accurate but love the weight and the internal workings. Was regarded as the most sophisticated gun of its time. They also break a lot less than Lugers I have owned. Scared to shoot my Lugers anymore. Enjoy!

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    Quote by jtr1982 View Post
    Yes quite a reliable gun. Have a 43 Spreewerke that is my everyday carry sidearm. Not overly accurate but love the weight and the internal workings. Was regarded as the most sophisticated gun of its time. They also break a lot less than Lugers I have owned. Scared to shoot my Lugers anymore. Enjoy!
    Not your typical carry gun in this day and age! But I commend you, I do love exposed hammers on carry guns, not these (not so) new fangled striker fired pistols...but that just me being an old man, I know there is a huge following and they have merit. Single action, exposed hammer Kimber CDP Commander is my choice..but I rarely carry these days. Working in NYC is a bit of an issue! LoL
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

    My greatest fear is that one day I will die and my wife will sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them

    "Don't tell me these are investments if you never intend to sell anything" (Quote: Wife)

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