Military Surplus Collectors Forums (click here)

 Badger | Home > Milsurp Knowledge Library > 
Radom P-35(p) [Pistole Modell 645(p)]
Radom P-35(p) [Pistole Modell 645(p)]
Polish designation = Pistolet wz. 35 Vis
(Mfg by Fabryka Broni w Radomu, assembled by Steyr-Daimler Puch A. G.)

Caliber: ........................ 9mm Parabellum
Rifling & Twist: .............. 6 groove, right-hand twist
Barrel Length: .............. 4.72 in. (120mm)
Overall Length: ............. 6.93 in. (176mm)
Weight: ....................... 2.5 lbs. - 1.123 kg (loaded), 0.950 kg (unloaded)
Magazine Capacity: ....... 8 rounds
Qty Mfg: ...................... Approximately 400,000

Source: ...." and Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Please leave comments at bottom of album pages"
Album by Claven2. Photos by Claven2. 1 - 16 of 16 Total. 1723 Visits.
Start Slideshow 
Enlarge photo 1
Right side view of pistol and spare magazine.

Enlarge photo 2
Note the sculpted recess in the grip frame to aid in removing the magazine.

Enlarge photo 3
Sling loop.

Enlarge photo 4
Frame with slide removed.

Enlarge photo 5
Note the serial number stamped inside the slide.

Enlarge photo 6
The last 3 digits of the serial number are stamped into the barrel lug along with a firing proof.

Enlarge photo 7
The bore diameter (8.82mm) is stamped into the barrel.

Enlarge photo 8
WaA stamped into the base of the magazine.

Enlarge photo 9
Left side view of the pistol.  Being an early to mid-war version (type 2) of the Radom, the take-down latch is still present.

Enlarge photo 10
Noteh the slide roll-stamp and the WaA77 inspection stamps.  These pistols were made at the Radom factory in Poland, but by mid-war were being assembled from those parts at Steyr in Austria.  Note the WaA623 and firing proof to the right of the roll-stamp denoting this example was assembled at Steyr.

Enlarge photo 11
Note the production markings on the trigger and frame.

Enlarge photo 12
Note the take-down latch.

Enlarge photo 13
Note the hammer and de-cocker.

Enlarge photo 14
Note the serrated rib along the top of the slide to aid in sighting.

Enlarge photo 15
Note the front sight is integrated into the serrated sighting rib.

Enlarge photo 16
Note the position of the frame serial number and a further inspection proof.

 Email a Comment
 Your Comment is
 immediately emailed
 to the album owner
Name:   Enter your comment
Album Properties. Email Album. Send Invitation. Share URL

Military Surplus Collectors Forums (click here)