In 95% very nice condition, we have a fine example of a very rarely seen Finnish Military Pistooli L-35 commonly called the Lahti Pistol after its native designer Aimo Lahti. This Pistol has gained a legendary and very out-sized status from the Winter War and the Continuation War. It may surprise you to know that only around 5,000 of these pistols were in service during this time and few survived the war. This pistol was made right at the end of the war and it is of the early type with the loaded chamber indicator which looks like a hump on the top of the receiver. This distinctive feature is not found on the post war production pistols was not used on the Swedish Pistols either, giving these pistols a very distinctive look.
FRI MAY 8, SCARCE FINNISH WW2 PISTOOLI L-35 LAHTI PISTOL, EARLY TYPE WITH THE LOADED CHAMBER INDICATOR, VERY SHARP!
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