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Walther P1/P38

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by C.I.Glock, Nov 30, 2012.

  1. C.I.Glock

    C.I.Glock Western WA Member

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    Post war Walther in 9mm. Matching serial numbers on slide and frame. Comes with 5 magazines, holster, and hard case. PM me for pics $450 plus $35 shipping.
     
  2. C.I.Glock

    C.I.Glock Western WA Member

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    Price Drop to $400 plus shipping.
     
  3. C.I.Glock

    C.I.Glock Western WA Member

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    Price Drop to $375 prefer FTF North of Seattle but willing to ship at Buyers expense.
     
  4. a50calsurprise

    a50calsurprise Washington New Member

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    What year was it manufactured? Can you post a photo of it please?
     
  5. C.I.Glock

    C.I.Glock Western WA Member

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    I don;t have a photobucket account, but if you want to IM me an email address I would be happy to send some pics. Not sure about the year. Can you tell based on the serial number?
     
  6. KCKracker

    KCKracker Covington, WA Member

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  7. i3izzy

    i3izzy FG, OR Active Member

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    Yes. Locate the manufacturer codes. After the P38 designation, an alpha, or alpha-numeric stamped designation is found. All Walther-produced P38s are designated AC, followed by the final two digits of the year manufactured. A 1943 Walther P38 is identified by AC43. Mauser-produced P38s were stamped BYF. followed by the date, while Spreewerke models were stamped either CYQ or CVQ.

    I am also interested in the year.
     
  8. maltbydan

    maltbydan Maltby New Member

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    Metal frame or alloy?