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Polish Radom, Steyr variation
When Germany overran Poland, the conqueror added the Polish P.35 vis, made in Radom to the inventory. The Steyr variation was made in the last months of the war, at the Steyr plant in Czechoslovakia, which had previously provided only parts for the Radom plant. Aside from the plant location (and Waffenamt inspector number), the distinctive features of this variation are the grey phosphate finish and the serrated wood grips in place of the checkered plastic grips.
This piece is an example of a very late war, waffenamt marked, phosphate finish variation in excellent original condition, all matching with both correct magazines and the correct holster.
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