Maruzen P38 AC40.s gas airsoft pistol is a faithful replica of the Walter-produced P38 during wartime Germany and is fully licensed by Carl Walther. Unlike pre-war and post-war P38s, this pistol does not have "Walther" markings on the pistol, this was done during wartime to mask the manufacturers of these pistols from allied forces, Instead, it has the manufacturer's code engraved on it. This particular P38 was modeled after the Walter-made ones so it has "ac" denoting this is a Walther-made pistol, "40" and it has proof marks all over with the eagle sitting on the number "359" denoting that this pistol was proof marked by Walther themselves which this Maruzen made pistol has copied to a tea.
The Maruzen P38 is made of mostly plastic. however, it is indeed reinforced by metal as well as having metal weights under the faux Bakelite grips giving it a very sturdy feel that you could not tell it is actually plastic until you handled the gun. This gas airsoft pistol, just like the real thing has a smooth single-action and double-action trigger, which makes follow-up shots a breeze. The safety on this pistol is also a decocker so when the gun is cock and the safety is engaged, it will decock the pistol.
|Item Weight (gram)||720g|
|Power Source||HFC134a & HFC22 Gas|
|Magazine Capacity||12 Rounds|
|Bullet Type||6mm BB|
|Power (Muzzle Velocity)||260 FPS|