In 97% mint condition, we have a very fine example of a later 1943 German Army issued “L” block production Walther ac 43 coded P.38 Pistol, fully rigged out with a mint clg 43 coded (Earnst Melzig) black hardshell holster and a correct spare mag. The pistol is all matching with a mint bore as well. This is a great example of Walther’s P.38 product at the height of the war in 1943. As you can see, aside for a less refined exterior finish the quality and functionality were unchanged.
If you are looking for one example of a German WWII P.38 for your collection this would be a great example and one that you could take out an actually shoot from time to time.