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Walther P38 Deactivater

Article about: Is this a original P38 or a P1? (post war) Is it a fake? My conserns are the grips.. -Normandie

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    Is this a original P38 or a P1? (post war)
    Is it a fake?
    My conserns are the grips..


    -Normandie


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    Normandie

    Need to see close up photos of any markings.

    The grips definitely look post war P1 rather than wartime P38.

    Regards

    Richie

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    Agree

    -Normandie

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    Yeah, I think it's a P1

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    The stippled grips were used on very early production P38s/commercial models as well as post war P1s but it's most likely a P1 (although military models of these are marked as 'P38'). See attached photo-can be enlarged.
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