Original German WWII Polish Radom Pistol Black Leather Holster dated 1941 - Pistolet wz. 35 Vis
Original Item: Only One available. IMA was fortunate to buy a Collection of Pistol Holsters that had been separated from their original pistols, however inside each holster is an old yellowed card not only identifying the pistol model for which the holster had been issued but with the pistol's serial number.
This one's card says:- Polish / Radom VIS 35 / D8072.
The holster is made of quality black leather, has a pocket on the front for a spare Radom 9mm magazine and has two belt loops to rear. It is stamped on the rear:-
There is also an ink stamp inside the holster, but it is no longer legible. The holster shows light use, but no major wear, just the usual markings and light finish cracking due to age.
In wonderful tight condition, ready to use or display!
The FB Vis (Polish designation pistolet wz. 35 Vis, German designation 9 mm Pistole 35(p), or simply the Radom in English sources) is a 9×19mm caliber, single-action, semi-automatic pistol. Its design was inspired by American firearms inventor John Browning's 9mm "Browning GP" pistol which was completed after Browning's death by designers at Fabrique Nationale in Herstal Belgium. Production of the Vis began at the Fabryka Broni arms factory in Radom in 1935, and was adopted as the standard handgun of the Polish Army the following year. The pistol was valued by the Germans and towards the end of the war issued to German paratroopers. Largely based on the Colt 1911 and using 9 mm rounds, the Vis is highly prized among collectors of firearms.
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