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Greetings! I have a P.38 that was previously owned by my grandpa. It was stored incorrectly thats why it acquired some rust. What i did is i sanded it off with a sandpaper but some of the rust were too deep to be wiped off. Also, when my grandpa acquired this piece, an attachment for a silencer/suppressor was already been installed. My question is, can i still trust this piece? Here are the pictures.

http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/q...20P 38/1.jpg

http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/q...20P%2038/2.jpg

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http://i444.photobucket.com/albums/q...20P%2038/6.jpg

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dang what is up with that barrel shroud thingy?

Well, as far as i can remember, way back 1988 (that was the last time that i saw and fired this gun), there is a huge cylinder (philippine gunsmiths made silencer/suppressor) that we used to attach at the end of the threaded part of the barrel. So far when i pop a few rounds in it (1988), with or without the suppressor, it pretty much accurate. Too bad i cannot find that silencer now so that i can also post picture of it. My only concern is because of the rusts that i removed (all of the lighter colored parts of the slide and magazine), im worried that the gun might break into pieces if i try to pop few rounds in it again by this time.:)
 
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