You're welcome! Thanks! Oh man, I've made a drive thru one of those Texas gully-washers before. Six years ago I was working in College Station for the week but, flying out of Houston. It rained so hard the Friday afternoon I was supposed to fly that I had to pull-over and wait about 20 minutes before continuing. Couldn't see three feet in front of me. By the time I got to there, the airport was flooded, my flight was cancelled and I had to drive over to San Antonio to fly home Saturday morning. It was an adventure!Thanks.
Yours looks spotless, nice example.
The wood grips and unfired outside Ulm condition had me do the 7hr round trip drive from D/FW to Houston to D/FW.
I'll never forget the trip, monsoon rain the entire drive, both ways.
WOW !!! So there were never any "fixed barrel" versions of the P88C except the ones that shoot blanks?? Darn, guess I'm going to need to take German language classes LOL !! Thanks DeutschlandUberAllesNo need for tilting barrel lock up on a firearm that shoots blanks (9mmPAK).
Worth noting, that P88C-9mmPAK also has a die cast slide.
WOW !!! So there were never any "fixed barrel" versions of the P88C except the ones that shoot blanks?? Darn, guess I'm going to need to take German language classes LOL !! Thanks DeutschlandUberAlles
When it comes to Youtube gun related videos in German language it is often sufficient if you know the terms "Schreckschusswaffe", "Schreckschusspistole", and "Schreckschussrevolver". "Schreckschuss" or "Schreckschuß" (which is the older way of writing it) translates literally to fright shot. So they are just blank guns. In some cases they are capable of firing gas and/or fireworks. All these mentioned guns are quite popular in Germany but sometimes completely unkown in other countries.Darn, guess I'm going to need to take German language classes LOL !!
ROTFLMAO !!!!!Never say never. The possibility always exists of a "V prefix S/N" (Walther experimental/prototype) firearm in almost any configuration. Including a P88/P88C "fixed barrel" chambered in 9mm Para.
I noticed the die cast slide in the vid by the raised date/mold ID features inside the slide. A dead giveaway to parts produced using this "value enhancing" process.
My knowledge of the German language is barely enough to get myself slapped by der frauleins.