The Walther P38 is a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol that was developed by Walther arms as the service pistol of the Wehrmacht at the beginning of World War II.
I know their are a few dimensional differences between the two guns ... from anybody out their that owns a Walther P38 or a P1 made post war.
I'm seeing a lot of P1's for sale lately...what are the differences between this model and the commercial P38? Thanks!
As the first double-action service pistol issued, the WWII Walther P-38 led a somewhat ... The P-38 did not have the more modern oversized drum that interposed between the .... ammo, it is not advisable to shoot modern +P in any P- 38 or P1. ... However, this was quickly resolved by different alloys and heat treatment.
Jan 18, 2013 ... The Bundeswehr P 1 pistol is a replica of the Walther P 38 which was ... At first glance, one can hardly see any difference between the pistols ...
Jul 14, 2011 ... The Walther P.38, the most advanced pistol in the world at the time of its ... of Differences between the wartime P. 38 and the post war P.38/ P1 ...
Walther P38, P1 and P4 pistol (Germany) The Walther P38 is short-recoil ... with an exposed hammer and trigger bar (the link between the trigger and sear) ...
Apr 15, 2017 ... The Walther P1 9mm pistol is the post-WW II follow-up to the ... The primary difference between the P38 WW II version and the post-war P1 is ...