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Old 02-17-2014, 05:08 PM   #1
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Enjoyable read on P.38 & P1

Here is a blog I ran across:

Old School Guns: Search results for P.38

Lot of facts and interesting information.
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Very nice, KBM. Thanks for the find; it was a pretty good read indeed!

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He was really thrilled with the P22 and the P22Q...

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I will resist the temptation to buy or trade into one of those!
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Thanks for posting.
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Good read, but should have summed up with they tried to save the P.38 design one more time after the P-1 & P-4. With the P-5 as a significant change in many parts but essentially the same design. And I believe Czechoslovakia had a design based on the P.38 shortly after WWII.
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Thoroughly enjoyed the read and the sidebars. Thanks for posting the link.
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I also really enjoyed the reading, and thanks for posting it. I own an AC 44, with an F.N. frame.
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Old 05-28-2015, 12:39 AM   #9
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Thanks for posting, that was an enjoyable read!
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Old 05-28-2015, 07:32 AM   #10
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And I believe Czechoslovakia had a design based on the P.38 shortly after WWII.
If tour talking about the CZ-46 it was made from left over parts from the Spreewerk Gottau factory and stamped 46 on the trigger guard and the Czeck Lion somewhere else.
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