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The Spreewerk P38 is a semi automatic handgun that was the standard service pistol of the German Army during World War II. This gun inspired the designs of many modern pistols. This pistol has a 4.75" barrel adorned with a notch rear sight and a blade front sight. Chambered in 9mm Luger, the P38 has a blued steel frame and slide.
A staple of the World War II German Army, the P-38 was designed and produced by Walther but the 9mm pistol was also produced by Mauser and Spreewerk with the latter making P-38s at their facility in Grottau, Czechoslovakia under the "cyq" and "cvq" manufacturer's code. This pistol's "cyq" code, "WaA88" Waffenamt inspector's marks and 7897e serial number puts its manufacture about July 1943. To put this into historical perspective, this is the same month that the Allied invasion of Sicily, codenamed Operation Husky, kicked off. The pistol also has distinctive 1W-marked Posselt grips, which were made of a combination of phenolic resin mixed with sawdust, correct for Spreewerk P38s made from 1943 to the end of the war.
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