Oct 02, 2013 · Doesn't matter whether it's a museum grade Walther or an off-the-rack Steyr Scout made in Austria, if it is imported after 1968, it has to have the proper information on it. ... Proof marks ...

/ P38 Cal. 9mm” and with an “Eagle / N” proof. The right side of the slide is marked “339736” and with an “INTERARMS / ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA” starburst logo. The left side of the trigger guard is marked with a “71” date code, an Ulm antler proof and a “Eagle / N” proof. Walther Auto Pistols P38 NOTE: Model illustrated is a Pre-War version. After WWII, some modifications were made, particularly changing to a round firing pin (and the parts it works with), to simplify production. The P38 was developed by Carl Walther in 1938. The first weapons produced for the German army were marked with the walther banner on the slide. In 1940 the walther banner was replaced by a secret code to indicate the manufacturer. The crown over N is a civilian proof, military proof was the eagle and swastika and WaA. On the P38 forum you should find people that can tell you more. These German P38 Pistols are all original, matching numbers, all markings intact, and were imported by us directly from a private collector in Germany. With the supply of surplus Walther P38's down to "hundreds" overseas, now may be the very last opportunity to buy a pristine example of this World War II classic firearm. Oct 02, 2013 · Doesn't matter whether it's a museum grade Walther or an off-the-rack Steyr Scout made in Austria, if it is imported after 1968, it has to have the proper information on it. ... Proof marks ... While Walther’s P38 may have lacked the “fineness” and graceful lines of its predecessor the P08, nor the legendary thump of the .45-caliber 1911, it marks the starting point of the modern ... Sep 19, 2018 · The markings on the P-38 - The serial number - Proof marks, acceptance stamps, and control markings - The producers indentifying codes The magazine of the P-38 - Dismounting of the P-38 magazine - The markings of the P-38 magazine - The use of overpowered cartridges Dec 04, 2019 · While you won’t find the word “Walther” anywhere on the pistol, this “ac 42” marked P38 was produced at the company’s Zella-Mehlis factory while several E/359 acceptance codes show it was taken... " This is a Walther P.38 GRIP SET removed from a 1945 cyq (Spreewerk) WALTHER P.38 Pistol being parted. Really nice! This SET was ISSUED WITH A 1945 WW II cyq Walther P.38 Pistol. This SET was as-issued on an cyq 1945 WALTHER WW II Pistol. " See all Item description The normal inspection marks on a P.38 are on the right rear side of the slide. The exact location varies, as they were applied manually, not with a jig. The rearmost is an eagle/number inspection mark for the slide itself. The front one is the eagle/number inspection mark for the completed pistol. Jul 05, 2010 · BTW, the gun is not a Walther; only the design is Walther. It is a ccmmon error, like calling all U.S. M1911A1 pistols "Colts", but it is not really correct. On the original question of proof marks, the marks are poorly stamped, but they are the same three as on other P.38's - the inspection mark for the slide, the proof/acceptance stamp, and ... Walther P-38 .22 magazine assembly for conversion unit, new, original RARE! #23-11117. $195.00 Feb 02, 2012 · A 1962 along with Wehrmacht proof marks sounds like a mix-master. ColdDayInHell. NES Member. Rating - 100%. ... Here is my Walther P38 Post War marked July 1962. Can ... ww2dbase The Walther P38 semi-automatic pistols were accepted by the German Army in 1938, thus the designation of P38, but prototype testing did not start until late 1939. Production began at the Zella-Mehlis, Thuringia, Germany plant in 1939, and deployment of the Walther P38 pistols as the new standard German Army service pistols began in mid ... On the gun's right side there are no marking of any kind. On the left side there are the Walther logo and Carl Walther Waffenfabik Ulm/Do. and P38 below this. On the frame is a four digit SN# 14XX. and a faint proof mark with the initials BH. The machining appears to be some what rough compared to other German guns. Table top look at a nice Walther P.38 built late war in 1944. This gun purchased from Legacy Collectibles, an excellent company to deal with. https://www.leg... Dec 04, 2019 · While you won’t find the word “Walther” anywhere on the pistol, this “ac 42” marked P38 was produced at the company’s Zella-Mehlis factory while several E/359 acceptance codes show it was taken... ww2dbase The Walther P38 semi-automatic pistols were accepted by the German Army in 1938, thus the designation of P38, but prototype testing did not start until late 1939. Production began at the Zella-Mehlis, Thuringia, Germany plant in 1939, and deployment of the Walther P38 pistols as the new standard German Army service pistols began in mid ... The crown over N is a civilian proof, military proof was the eagle and swastika and WaA. On the P38 forum you should find people that can tell you more. Aug 25, 2015 · Most serious p38 collectors would not consider it with an import mark, unless it is an ultra rare date/code or they need a shooter. Make sure the finish is original. The p38s have the sneakiest import marks on some of them, really check it. Jul 05, 2010 · BTW, the gun is not a Walther; only the design is Walther. It is a ccmmon error, like calling all U.S. M1911A1 pistols "Colts", but it is not really correct. On the original question of proof marks, the marks are poorly stamped, but they are the same three as on other P.38's - the inspection mark for the slide, the proof/acceptance stamp, and ... ww2dbase The Walther P38 semi-automatic pistols were accepted by the German Army in 1938, thus the designation of P38, but prototype testing did not start until late 1939. Production began at the Zella-Mehlis, Thuringia, Germany plant in 1939, and deployment of the Walther P38 pistols as the new standard German Army service pistols began in mid ...