The post-war version of the P38, Walther's P1 is still used by the German military to this day. The weapon is robust, accurate and well balanced and field stripping and maintenance are simple and rapid. The P1 uses a double action trigger design similar to that of the earlier Walther PPKs, and a loaded chamber indicator is also incorporated. The fixed-barrel design mechanism operates by use of a wedge-shaped locking block underneath the breech. The standard safety also acts as a decocker, and is located at the left side of the slide. This pistol features a blade front sight with a rear notch and a decocking safety and includes two 8-round magazines and a black leather flap holster. Its grips and bore are in very good condition and its metal is in good condition.