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WE Airsoft
CODE WE-PS-P38L-LED-BB
Approx FPS 320+
Magazine Capacity 15 Rounds
Shooting Mode Semi-Automatic
Blowback Yes
Hop Up Adjustable
Gun Type Gas (Magazine)
Manufacturer WE Airsoft
Weight (Kg) 1.1000
Additional Information Includes Magazine & Manual

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WE P38 with LED Case - Black

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WE have produced a Walther P38??!!?? This thing is loooveerly! Supplied complete with an LED case so you can show it off too!

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The first designs submitted to the Heer (German Army) featured a locked breech and a hidden hammer, but the Heer requested that it be redesigned with an external hammer.


The final developmental stage in the P38's design history was the Modell MP/H (indicating exposed hammer). Apparently only a few were produced before the army adopted the HP in 1938 (Modell Heeres Pistole—Model Army Pistol). The production relationship between the HP and the almost simultaneous P38 (Pistole 1938) is unclear and quite confused.


The P38 concept was accepted by the German military in 1938 but production of actual prototype ("Test") pistols did not begin until late 1939. Walther began manufacture at their plant in Zella-Mehlis and produced three series of "Test" pistols, designated by a "0" prefix to the serial number. The third series pistols satisfactorily solved the previous problems for the Heer and mass production began in mid-1940.


Early P38s were almost identical to the HP (which continued to be produced for "commercial sales," i.e., to well-connected Nazis). The major differences were different slide markings, an external extractor, the HP's rectangular firing pin was replaced by one with a round tip, a different configuration for the locking lever and slide stop lever on the left side, and a re-configuration of the grip panels.


It is interesting to note that in 1944 the cost of one complete P38 was $14.08, while the cost of one complete P08 Luger was $19.80. The commercial retail price of the Model HP during this time was $75.


Several experimental versions were later created in .45 ACP, and .38 Super, but these were never mass-produced. In addition to the 9 mm Parabellum version, some 7.65×21mm Parabellum and some .22 Long Rifle versions were also manufactured and sold.

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This was the first real steal pistol I ever fired, so wanted a replica now, so many years later. Now it's only WE so I didn't expect much but was pleasantly surprised with this, feels really good, the action is nice, has a decocker like the real one too.
The gun finish has deteriorated now, which is a shame so it will get a coat of plain black, not overly powerful, not very accurate, lousy in the cold weather, the mags gas out on occasion,.....but am I bothered?....No! It is what it is, even if it didn't work at all I would still like it.

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