Originally the main sidearm of Poland's military, the VIS 35 was rebranded the P35(p) and pressed into service by the Germans following their invasion and occupation of Poland. Fixed sights with the one-line Radom model marking, "eagle/623", "eagle/77" and "WaA77" proof stamps, back strap cut for shoulder stock, and checkered FB/VIS grips. Includes an unmarked black leather holster (for FN High-Power with "Adamo 33692323" hand marked inside the flap. Provenance: The Supica Collection
Exceptionally fine, retains 85% plus of the original blue finish with the balance having thinned to mostly a smooth grey patina, most noticeably on the grip straps. The grips are excellent with a few scattered very light handling marks and crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.