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The Walther P38 semi-automatic pistols were accepted by the German Army in 1938, thus the designation of P38, but prototype testing did not start until late 1939.
Production began at the Zella-Mehlis, Thuringia, Germany plant in 1939, and deployment of the Walther P38 pistols as the new standard German Army service pistols began in mid 1940.
this function was integrated in a single molded Grip.
Also the grip was shortened, so the clip has only a capacity of 7 rounds.
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Production of these pistols ended at the Walther plant in late 1942, and the Mauser plant in Oberndorf, Baden-Wrttemberg, Germany and the Spreewerk plant in Nisou, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia picked up the production, and both continued to manufacture these weapons until 1945.
More than 1,200,000 Walther P38 pistols were made between 19.
Fritz Walther knew at once that only a design in 9mm Parabellum would be successful.
He also decided that the design and construction of the new pistol would have to improve upon the negative factors of the P08 Luger.