In 95% original very nice condition, we have a top example of a vet brought back 1943 production late grade II variant P35(p) ViZ 35 Radom Pistol that is still with the vet brought back holster. This is an early 1943 manufactured pistol in the first “M” production run. These very late grade II variant pistols are know for the rough milling of the surface finish and are the last of the pistols made with the take down lever after which this was deleted around the “Z” block, often called 2-lever Radoms by collectors. This pistol is all matching,(barrel slide and frame are numbered to each other) and the bore is in mint condition. This is a very clean example of the three lever variation.