Dating p38 pistol

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The number is 389337 P, and directly below it is the AC maker code. Any help that can be offered would be greatly welcomed.Walther's with the "ac" code were produced ONLY during WWII from "about" 1942 to Spring 1945.It has a rough war finish, and there is no Walther legend on the left side. Crow Crown over N stamp shows that the pistol was test fired using ammunition loaded with smokeless gunpowder.The number is 389337 P, and directly below it is the AC maker code. Any help that can be offered would be greatly welcomed. can't seem to find any links to manufacture dates, etc. steve It might be easier just to sell it to a more informed buyer. It is part of a system that Germany adopted in 1891. I have a Walther PP for sale, and I have a guy who wants to buy it, but he won't buy it unless I can prove that it is war time.

Crow For everybody's information, the post-WW2 serial #s can be found in Dieter Marschall's book on Walthers.

There is no doubt that it is for a Walther PP or PPK. For everybody's information, the post-WW2 serial #s can be found in Dieter Marschall's book on Walthers.

Can someone explain to me if this means the magazine is for a post WW2 Walther .380, PP or PPK perhaps? You should be able to place your pistol in this range and determine the approximate date of manufacture.

None of the books i have discuss the difference in magazines, nor mention the ridge (elevation) on the side.

Can someone explain to me if this means the magazine is for a post WW2 Walther .380, PP or PPK perhaps?

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