ww2 1911 radom fb parts

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    amos New Member

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    hello everyone. i am looking for radom fb model 35, pat.Nr15567, parts i am in need of a slide stop. i luv this gun. shoots very well, dont know why they stoped making such a superior hand gun, i would like to buy one in the .45cal
     
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    Jim K New Member

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    Try www.gunpartscorp.com for the parts.

    They stopped making them due to a small misunderstanding called World War Two. The Germans took over the Polish factory and had the guns made for the Wehrmacht until the Russians came in then they moved production to Steyr until the Americans invaded that area. By the time the dust settled, Poland was under Soviet rule and the Radom factory had to make Russian designs.

    A few copies were made after Poland regained its freedom, but there was not enough interest to restart mass production.

    Jim
     

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