In 98+% mint crisp condition we have a seldom seen .380 acp caliber, double action only Nazi issued P39(t) / Czech made Cz38 Czech Service Pistol. This highly innovative but terribly ungainly design was going to be the new Czech Service pistol had the Germans not rolled in March 1939, and they might well have done them a favor in this respect. The double action trigger pull is smooth enough but the gun is just large for the power it spews out.
The pistol starved Germans re-issued the now confiscated Czech Army issued Cz38 Pistols to the Army and also sent 3000 to the Luftwaffe. Numbers of these pistols were also shipped to Finland as well. This is without question from an aesthetic standpoint the most unusual looking German used pistol of WW2 and while it was better than many handguns of the time it was also very under powered for its size due to the mild .380 round it fired. The one thing they have going for them is that they are the easiest pistol to take down and clean, just push the takedown lever forward the the barrel tips right up and the slide slips off.