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Developed in the late 1930s, the Walther Arms P38 is a semi-automatic, short recoil-operated, locked-breech handgun. This pistol is chambered in 9mm with an 8-round single stack magazine. The P38 features a double-action trigger, exposed hammer, standard safety, and fixed sights, as well as a loaded chamber indicator.

• Short recoil-operated
• Single stack magazine
• Exposed hammer
• Tool-free takedown
• Double/single action pistol w/ manual safety

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