Aug 14, · Gents, Do we know when the Radom Model 35 pistols with E prefix serial numbers (with WaA77) were manufactured? The early E prefix pistols seem to be mixed into those with shoulder stock cuts while later ones without cuts still have slide legends without the added P(p) markings. All of these seem to be three lever pistols, so ish perhaps? Feb 12, · Radom VIS 35 serial location If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you . May 31, · f b radom vis mod p35 type 1 all matching numbers. 1: 0: $1, 7h 46m + FB Radom VIS Model 35 9mm German Type II Matching. When fired, the barrel and slide recoil together for a short distance until the barrel cam catches the lug in the frame forcing it down and unlocking it from the slide. Make: F.B. Radom, Polish. Model: Model VIS Serial Number: Year of Manufacture: Caliber: 9mm. Action Type: Single Action Semi Auto with Removable Magazine. Markings: There are a number of light proof marks on the right side of the trigger guard and trigger. The right side of the frame is marked “”. Apr 23, · The German stamp will have spread wings with WaA 77 below in a arc. My slide is stamped F B RADOM VIS nolazhe.filemulti.pw and below P(p). An original magazine will also be stamped, one of mine has a Waffenant with below. The other isn't stamped. I don't have a holster. From the serial number, mine was manufactured around
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Forum Gunboards. Results 1 to 22 of Join Date Jan Posts 9. Hello I am a new member and wonder if someone could give me an opinion on my Radom Vis Serial Number no Prefix appears to be pre Nazi Occupation and Old Polish Stock, but does not have a Polish Eagle or a Stamp like other early examples I have seen Barrel is Black all same parts match the Odd part is the Legend appears to be hand stamped and not machine stamped, anyone collect Radoms and have any input about this unusual example have attached picks.
Join Date Dec Posts 7, Well, lots of the markings are roll-stamped, and it has plenty of Nazi W-amts, so it was definitely made under occupation. However, it still has a stock slot and what appears to be a very early occupation serial number.
Condition looks to be very good. Always looking for interesting 7. Member: International Ammunition Assoc.
Ask me about membership! Thanks Yes condition is very good and I agree it was made early in the Nazi Occupation although it does not appear to have the Stamp normally seen as in the first photo of one similar I attached. Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements.
An all black barrel could signify a Russian Capture. Originally Posted by jonny c.
Originally Posted by Ratman. Is the barrel all black? Looks like it may just another example of poor photography using indoor light and the dreaded white background?
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Some of the early occupancy no letter suffix Radoms had blued barrels and no lanyard hook at the bottom of grip. It is surmised these went to the Kriegsmarine, but there is no actual proof I am aware of. However, it is the accepted theory. So great very early pistol!
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Last Post Hurlyman Yes a very early Nazi Occupation Pistol I understand 0 to [ no prefix ] went to the Kriegsmarine and had the Black Barrels, like an example photo attached Thanks everyone for your input. Attached Thumbnails.
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You may notice that the "FB Radom VIS" legend on appears to be pantograph engraved rather than roll-stamped as on the different gun in the first photo. It is also located further forward on the slide, and of course lacks any WaA stamp signifying completion at Steyr. So it might be an early occupation pistol assembled entirely at Radom before the Germans began to ship guns to Steyr for barrel installation.
The absence of the lanyard loop and the blued barrel are characteristic of many of the early Nazi Radoms in the sans-prefix bloc. But that's only speculation An interesting gun. Thanks Mike My thoughts exactly the Legend is even further ahead than the last example photo I attached of the Kriegsmarine Pistol, Speculation also I have been told and of course is wishful thinking, considering this early Nazi Pistol is missing the WaA Steyr Stamp it was assemble by the Underground Army from smuggled parts this is why I am very curious about the unusual Legend.
Yes interesting gun is why I posted it. Originally Posted by paulbre1. Hurlyman Yes a very early Nazi Occupation Pistol I understand 0 to [ no prefix ] went to the Kriegsmarine and had the Black Barrels, like an example photo attached Thanks everyone for your input.
The two pictures of the slide legend do not seem to be the same pistol. Could be the photography but looks very odd. Early pistols were pretty unique. No lanyard and a blue barrel was not uncommon, believed to be KM issue.
The polish on the slide does not look like early pistols I have seen?? I have been told and of course is wishful thinking, considering this early Nazi Pistol is missing the WaA Steyr Stamp it was assemble by the Underground Army from smuggled parts Yes the first photo I posted was of an example of another Pistol to show the difference in the Legend sorry should have clarified.
Join Date May Posts I have one similar and it has the same pantograph engraved rather than roll-stamped markings. Most all these no prefix contain the same characteristics. As Hurlyman stated it is the common understanding these first ones went to the Kriegsmarine which is why they required the blued barrels. You have a very nice and desirable example. Thanks Sam Now I know exactly what I have.
Thanks Charlie I would like to see it no rush.
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