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VIS pistole from Karelien Urwald

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    another side...
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    the condition of your dug weapons are amazing, the mauser looks almost new, any more pictures of your digs i would love to see

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    Yes,
    I have been amazed by a condition. It is wiped only WD40. I put a spray 2 times, held for 20 minutes. By the way, on a pistol the trace of repair at that time is visible. The handle, fastening of magazine. Poor-quality repair by an aluminium plate.
    cheers
    Maxim

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    I LOVE the Radom VIS, and Nice Dog too

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    nice find,,,here is my 1939 VIS,,,and my Nazi 1st model with shoulder stock lug,all matching,,,enjoy,,,
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    Yes,
    I have been amazed by a condition. It is wiped only WD40. I put a spray 2 times, held for 20 minutes. By the way, on a pistol the trace of repair at that time is visible. The handle, fastening of magazine. Poor-quality repair by an aluminium plate.
    cheers
    Maxim
    Fantastic Maxim!! your dog is very handsome!! "Rin Tin Tin"
    (the pistols are nice too) Ha! I love dogs...

    Very interesting field repairs to the little 6.35mm mauser............ a back-up pistol to keep in your boot!!

    I have heard and read many times the P-35 Radom was well liked, and used very much by the SS. I have a P-35 VIS also, a mid-war made pistol, here look.....it is at the top right side of picture. They are very good pistols.

    Yours is better than mine!!! It has a real history and story...I wish it could talk to us!

    Very good Maxim, I hope you find and show more treasures.

    Regards, Steve
    "Dr. Ruby"
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    Wow, that Mauser looks good! So does the little puppy. I'm amazed at how much WWII gear is still out there, and in such good condition.

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    very nice gun,i very much enjoy your threads here on the relics etc

    regards ewan

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    I too love the VIS.

    Back in younger and much wilder days, my early VIS and Hi-Powr were my choices of pistols to carry. I liked the VIS better than the Hi-Powr because it is much flatter and easier to conceal. With just a small bit of practice you can do everything except change the magazine with one hand.

    The rear sight has enough "bite" that you can jack a round into the chamber simply by hooking the site on your pants leg and pushing the gun. The de-cocker speaks for itself.

    I was told that these pistols were used by the Polish Cavalry and pretty much designed for one handed operation. Having spent a lot of time horseback in years past and can see that being possible if not a real fact.

    It's nice to see one that the grips haven't evaporated on too. Mine has a set of grips that were fashioned from plexi-glass. LOL

    Great finds and a most beautiful dog!

    Thanks,
    Willie

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    great gun collection,,,,heck you can see some of my guns on facebook under john reilly

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