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TomChance

Hey, Guys! I’m new to this site and excited to be here. In my mid-fifties, now, I’ve been studying and collecting WWII military history since I was a kid. Though most of my original collection has been “lost” over the years, I’ve made a modest effort at rebuilding my collection. I’ve added some photos of part of that collection; My Spreewerk P38 (#3666p), manufactured in May of 1944.

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Richard Auld

Nice pistol, I shot the P1 which is a copy post war for the Bundeswehr, shot quite well but it broke mid session!

Rich

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TomChance
6 hours ago, Richard Auld said:

Nice pistol, I shot the P1 which is a copy post war for the Bundeswehr, shot quite well but it broke mis session!

Rich

Oh, no! I try to shoot mine sparingly. I’m always surprised by how good the trigger is and how “modern” the pistol feels in my hand. If I had to carry this, today, as a defensive pistol, I really wouldn’t feel too handicapped by it!

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