In 98% mint crisp condition, we have a very late war final “K” letter block production Nazi Viz35 Radom Pistol. From a collecting standpoint, this is one of the most sought after variants. This is fairly early in the final production block. The pistol is all matching and totally factory original with a mint bore. The grips are correctly waffenamted as well. This pistol was built after the evacuation of the Radom plant in Poland and bears no e/77proofs, only the e/623 of Steyr. It was produced at the Steyr plant In Znaim, Austria and is a prime example of the final production variant and would have been manufactured in the later winter early spring of 1945. The pistol is all matching and the bore is mint. This is a textbook example with small parts blued and the very distinctive and extremely attractive and desirable marbled greenish tint in the phosphate finish. It also has the factory original very scarce late production magazine.