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Polish Radom, 1st variation, slotted
When Germany overran Poland, the conqueror added the Polish P.35 vis, made in Radom to the inventory. The first variation is defined by the high gloss finish. Under Nazi occupation production, the stock slot feature was only retained for a short period of time before the machining for the slot was discontinued. This variation is distinguished from a captured Polish Eagle variation in that the slide legend is different from those made by the Poles prior to occupation.
This piece is an example of an early Nazi occupation, waffenamt marked, high gloss blue variation, slotted for the shoulder stock, in excellent original condition, all matching with both correct magazines and the detachable shoulder stock and correct holster.
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