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Polish Radom VIS Model 35 9mm Pistol (Grade III German Vis). Was used by German Paratroopers and Police during WWII.

Polish Radom VIS Model 35 9mm Pistol (Grade III German Vis). Was used by German Paratroopers and Police during WWII.

Radom VIS 35 - exploded diagram (1600×1500) ^ https://de.pinterest.com/wiesawjankowski/milito-pro-christo/

Radom VIS 35 - exploded diagram (1600×1500) ^ https://de.pinterest.com/wiesawjankowski/milito-pro-christo/

VIS Radom Model 35 (Polish designation pistolet wz. 35 Vis, German designation 9 mm Pistole 35(p), is a 9 mm caliber, single-action, "three lever", semi-automatic pistol. Originally designed in 1930 at the Fabryka Broni (Arms Factory) in Radom, Poland. Considered by many to be one of the finest handguns ever produced it is highly prized among collectors of firearms. Note the absence of the Polish Eagle and the red-brown plastic grips indicates the German production under occupation.

VIS Radom Model 35 (Polish designation pistolet wz. 35 Vis, German designation 9 mm Pistole 35(p), is a 9 mm caliber, single-action, "three lever", semi-automatic pistol. Originally designed in 1930 at the Fabryka Broni (Arms Factory) in Radom, Poland. Considered by many to be one of the finest handguns ever produced it is highly prized among collectors of firearms. Note the absence of the Polish Eagle and the red-brown plastic grips indicates the German production under occupation.

VIS wz. 35 (1400×981) | ^ https://de.pinterest.com/gofer2002/handguns/

VIS wz. 35 (1400×981) | ^ https://de.pinterest.com/gofer2002/handguns/

Disassembled

Disassembled

Makes sense, as long as they know how to use them!

Makes sense, as long as they know how to use them!

Vis pistol was adopted in 1935 as the standard handgun of the Polish Army - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/vis-pistol-adopted-1935-standard-handgun-polish-army.html

Vis pistol was adopted in 1935 as the standard handgun of the Polish Army - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/vis-pistol-adopted-1935-standard-handgun-polish-army.html

Polish Radom VIS-35 Semi-Automatic Pistol - The Polish army selected the VIS-35 pistol in 1935 & started production at Radom. The new 9mm handgun design borrowed elements of both Browning (barrel lug) & Colt (grip safety) pistols. This later WWII example lacks the stripping catch present in early Radom pistols, but retains the grip safety & plastic grip panels. But production came to an end in 1944 when Russian forces destroyed the Radom factory. NRA National Firearms Museum, Fairfax, VA |⇆…

Polish Radom VIS-35 Semi-Automatic Pistol - The Polish army selected the VIS-35 pistol in 1935 & started production at Radom. The new 9mm handgun design borrowed elements of both Browning (barrel lug) & Colt (grip safety) pistols. This later WWII example lacks the stripping catch present in early Radom pistols, but retains the grip safety & plastic grip panels. But production came to an end in 1944 when Russian forces destroyed the Radom factory. NRA National Firearms Museum, Fairfax, VA |⇆…

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The Polish Radom Vis-35 ^ https://de.pinterest.com/davidjohnst1204/radom-p35-9mm-pistol/

The Polish Radom Vis-35 ^ https://de.pinterest.com/davidjohnst1204/radom-p35-9mm-pistol/

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