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Hello,

This is my first post on the Walther Forum. Some years ago, I had the 'bug' for WW2 German Side Arms. They have been sitting in the vaults for years. Yesterday, I field stripped them, cleaned, and oiled. I decided it was time to research and identify exactly what I had. I know that you guys (and gals) will need more images, and that will be my homework. For now, I do have some old (marginal to poor) images that I will post. The images are very grainy, and lack sharpness.

I hope I have the correct sub-forum. If not, moderators feel free to move.

Thank You,
mmil

I am posting my AC45 P38. I will also be posting an S42 1938 P08. I think you will understand 'why', when you view the images. I'd really appreciate your comments.

P38 LEFT SIDE
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P38 RIGHT SIDE
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P08 LEFT SIDE
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Looks like a nice P38, assembled last few months of the war. P08 with same serial number looks good, but I hope the object was not mounted on the original grips.
 

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The gun came with another set of grips also. I'll have to look for them. The emblem inset in the left grip was a fairly rare early party rally badge.

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As fate would have it, I found the original grips right in the vault. Go figure. One image with flash, one image with outdoor shade.

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While not actually a Walther made pistol, I believe these two guns should forever remain married. The P08 close-ups.

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