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    Default Correct magazine for 1935A

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ID:	3685799I am finding conflicting information as to what is correct for a wartime, prewar and post war. Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	3685791 I know blank is wartime but some say any marked are postwar while some sources say 35-A is prewar or pre German control and 1935 A is postwar. I also have one 35 A with no dash. thanks for any help,John.
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    according to Medlin's French service Handguns, the blank base are for the French early war and German Contract. The 35-A are postwar. nothing is even mentioned about the one missing the dash. It could be a very early post war version.
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    No need to mark the magazines until the 1935S is adopted.

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    My E series came with blank mag base.

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    Thank's, I guess I will search for a couple more blank bases. Hopefully it won't be as hard as finding the holster,John. Click image for larger version. 

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    There are a couple of new old stock 35a holsters for sale

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    I think those holsters are reproduction.

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    Even harder, find the German modified correct holster...
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    PZJGR....I agree the German modified holsters are difficult to come by. I was lucky enough that my one came as a Rig. there is no doubt that these were arsenal done as they all seem to have the same similarities.
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