Radom #0019

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  1. archwire

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    I would like to buy a Radom with a very low serial number of 0019 and need an expert opinion on the gun. The barrel of this gun is not numbered. Let me know who I can talk to regarding the gun.
    thanks
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    the barrel not numbered at all which is strange the eagle appears to be hand engraved not stamped. In my opinion it may be a prototype Radom I may be wrong however need some more opinions from experts.
    thanks
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    Only thing i got says P-35, government model
    four and three quarters inch barrel, seven and three quarters overall, weight 29 oz. plastic stocks, made from 1935 thru WW11.
    value ten years ago $590.
    of course with a 0019 # that would change the value.
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    wow very nice.... value is high, very collectable. pre-nazi radoms are getting harder to find. 0019 makes is special. there are a few experts here on this form i'll let them comment on value but it's worth more than 1000.00 to be sure
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    well I would like to know if the gun is correct without numbered but stamped barrel and the eagle appears to be not stamped but engraved. Looks like a prototype gun or pre production. I would like to listen to expert opinions on the gun.
    Thanks
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    i have a pre-nazi radom left to me by my father. the barrel markings are the same and that serial number is around 378* i suspect yours is production gun.
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    the barrel has no numbers at all just the stamp of the eagle and the eagle itself is kind of different that some later numbers I have seen so far. I would like to know if the gun is not a fake or enhanced one. Any opinions? Also can you show me your guns eagle and barrel so we can compare?
    Oleg
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    compare the eagle on yours and 0019 that is shown here. It is very interesting to find out.
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    any other opinions?
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