The L-35 was designed by Aimo Lahti It was designed in 1935 and it became the official pistol for the Finnish armed forces. The Lahti pistol gave a good service in the Winter War, when it was found to be reliable even in very low temperatures.
At first look, the Lahti pistol does have a lot of resemblance to the Luger, but actually the mechanism is quite different. The L-35 fires from a closed breech, the bolt being unlocked after a brief rearward travel and going on to complete the usual cycle. The mechanism incorporates a bolt accelerator-, a curved arm which is designed to increase the rearward velocity of the bolt. This Airforce example comes with its Holster, oiler, loading tool, cleaning rod,
leather lanyard and two spare magazines. A great example of a historic and rare pistol. A real collectors piece with all the extras.
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