Home Mag Walther P38 P1 9mm 8 Round Factory Magazine Matte Blued Steel Used Very good Condition
Mag Walther P38 P1 9mm 8 Round Factory Magazine Matte Blued Steel Used Very good Condition
Typically ships the same business day when ordered before 4pm CST.
Walther Factory P38 9mm Magazine, 8 Round, Steel, Used, very good condition.
Total number of Reviews: 50
"Worth the cash, got 2, both arrived in good shape with low wear.good stuff"
"Factory Walther Mags look almost new! Haven't tried them out yet but they are identical to one I paid $40 for new."
"My magazine came to me still in the original wrap, looks brand new. Works well in both my P38 and H&K P9. Great value, get some before they dry up!"
"What a bargain! $14 is half the cost of most vendors. Mag was in great condition with minimal wear. I'll be picking up more at the shop in Fort Worth. Highly recommended!"
"I tried them at the range. They work perfectly."
"Nice mags, good condition. Some however are not Walter marked and have a different finnish."
"I ordered 5 magazines. 4 were in very good condition, however one was covered with rust. It looked like it had been soaking in a bucket of water. It was in at best \"less than poor condition\". I am returning it for exchange. I'm curious to see what I get back."
"Ordered four of these mags. Was surprised to see they were marked Walther P38. All in good used condition. Very happy with this purchase as its cheaper and better quality than any where else."
"Mine were roughly treated, and poorly parkerized on top of rust and corrosion. Only 2 actually inserted well into my WWII era pistol. The other 3 hung up going in, with 2 not being able to be fully inserted at all. Would have have given them a 3 until I found out I had to pay freight on their exchanged replacements. Won't tell you how I'm going to feel if any of the replacements don't work!"
"I have received 5 of these \"good used magazines.\" All 5 are brand new. They have a thick phosphate coating to preclude corrosion. All 5 are Walther hallmarked. 4 of 5 have the Nato Stock Number & month & year of manufacture stamped into the back side of them. Based on what I have paid in the past I would expect to pay between $30 & $40 dollars apiece for such excellent surplus magazines that exude history. One of mine is dated 09/58. The German army resurrected the P38/P1 in 1957. How cool is that? I think that it is so cool that I just ordered 6 more."
– Sgt. Wungun
"I received two magazines, both had the Walther banner on them. One had a manufacture date of 5/61, was stamped P38 9mm, and had the original wrapping from the company, the other was simply stamped P1 9mm. Each had some (very minor) surface crud on them and was easily cleaned off.I would say I got a fantastic deal at this price."
"Very good used condition.I ordered three. All three have the Walther banner. Two are marked P1-9mm and the third is marked P38-9mm with a NATO 3/63 mark. You won't be disappointed."
"I purchased 5 magazines, I was a little worried I may get one rusty, or crud on it,I was pleased with all 5, I took these to the gun range and shot 15 rounds each clip to see if any were bad,they all shot perfect. I was also received them in two days from ordering them.I highly recommend buying for the cheap price,and quality.Thanks Jim W"
– Jim W
"I ordered four of these. All were absolutely new and in their original military packaging. Additionally, I ordered a P1/P38 parts kit with these, and that also consisted of all new parts. And I mean new.Even used parts are worth more than the prices here.Scarf City!!!"
"The mags I received were not new as some folks reported. They were however, as advertised, used, in good condition. After a few minutes cleaning, they are ready to go. These mags are very well made and lightly used. I will buy more when needed."
"Just bought two more magazines for my P-1, these mags are great!!!All the mags I've bought have the Walther banner and are stamped.A great deal for a great product.Molon Labe !!!"
"I received four magazines. Two were like new, but with very light rust. The others were well used but seem to function 100%. Two were marked \"P38\", the others were marked \"P1\". All have Walther banners. As advertised. The floorplates were not bent up either, which is rare with these mags."
"I bought a bag full of these and they are just as advertised... a couple smooth, the rest sort of parkerized... just like new, every one functions perfectly and for 1/4 the cost of new ones. You can't go wrong."
"I recently took a chance and ordered two mags. I was, on the whole, very pleased with them. Both are marked with the Walther logo: one is a P1 mag while the other is a postwar \"P38\" item with a relatively early (January 1959) date code. Both mags fit a bit tight in the wells of my war-production P38's (an \"ac42\" and an \"ac44\"). However, I suspect this issue can be quickly fixed with some cleaning and lubrication. Bottom line: these mags are excellent values for the money and I plan to purchase more!"
"Ordered four of these. None were in \"original\" or \"new\" packaging. One is marked P 38 9mm and the rest P 1 9mm. All have the Walther banner. The P 38 marked mag is dated 4/59. The P 1 marked mags are dated 5/64, 3/67 and one unmarked. Part number is stamped on all except the unmarked P 1 mag.The mags are in very good USED condition, although one is significantly more \"used\" than the others. The ones I received just look like they've been in a box in the garage for 20 years. Springs and followers seem just fine. All fit in my AC 41 perfectly. After a little cleaning, I expect satisfactory performance. Overall, I don't see how you can go wrong for the price."
"Just received my three Mags and they are in perfect shape. All are stamped 'Walther P38' and have a parkerized finish. I could not find any telltale use marks. They functioned perfect in my AC 43. Best price in the country!!"
"I can not say enough about my two P1 mags. Both appear to have been used very little, if at all. Both are Walther factory mags. One is marked P1 and the other is marked P38. One has a tad of rust on the follower, but is easily removed with CLP. An excellent buy, great price, and great service. I am very pleased and will probably order a couple more!"
"Bought two mags as well as a parts kits for my 1944 Mauser P 38 both magazines looked new but stored , both marked Walter P1 however both are slightly too wide by less then a MM ( I Micrometered then to my original ) they go in hard and stick badly if pushed all the way in . I don't blame anybody probable all within the tolerance of the two parts ,I'll have to just ware then in . Part kit was great ,the new slide springs where a big help."
"This is an update to my previous post ,The new P-1 mags are about a 1/10th of a MM wider then my P-38 mag and the P-1 where almost not useable . Slightly loosened the screw on the hand grip and the mags work just fine."
"Recieved two of these mags yesterday and was really supprised at the original wax paper wraping. The fit perfect right out of the box, now I can save my original # mag in it;s holster. As always CTD came through again. I was really impressed with the walther markings."
– oldschool 60's
"Ordered two mags and got two mags. One is a brand new in the wrapper P1 magazine. This is the one that is 100% new. The other magazine was a really well used P38 magazine that was in pretty crappy shape. Instead of being in a wrapper and sealed bag is was in a loose plastic bag. It was really dirty with blue paint on the follower.A lot of surface rust / light pitting on all surfaces. Bare steel wear mark where the mag catch retains it. I am less than thrilled with it so I would rate my experience as 50/50. It looks like they give you a new one and toss a used one in to get rid of them. The used one is far from very good condition. It's not worth the shipping or effort to return it.Maybe bad luck on my part but I took a chance."
"I received two brand new Walther banner P38 magazines dated 1962 and 1963! Fit and function perfectly in my P1 pistol. I couldn't be happier. best price around to boot! Five Stars *****"
– Howard E.
"Ordered and recieved four of these. Summary: all four fit and functioned in my two P1s and one P38. Details: One was like new with blue finish and clear banner. Two were refinished bodies and baseplates with banner visible. One had refinished body and blued baseplate and - if you got the light just right - you can see a shadow banner. Factor in low price and I'm calling it five bullets."
"I rated this 4 bullets because the mags weren't marked Walther, but since I selected the cheapest shipping and got the mags in less than 48 hours, I'm giving it a 5."
"Some of these comments concerned me since I bought 6 \"very good\" .223 mags from CTD a couple of which were well worn, even though they work fine. These Walther mags, however, are great. Bought 4, all are unmarked, undated, but also appear to be unused. Nice Parkerized finish, fit perfectly, function flawlessly. Great deal."
"Ordered 3 magazines, one was a slightly rusted walther marked p-38 mag, another was a slightly used no name, and the other was what appeared to be an unused no name mag that was in great condition, overall it was hit or miss with the mags."
"I ordered 2 magazines, both showed up quickly. I got 2 p1 magazines, both with Walther banners on them, one new in the wrap and one that was in almost new shape. An excellent value, I may end up ordering 2 more."
– Awesome Bill from Dawsonville
"Ordered 2 and it's great deal. Very good shape with only a few scratches. Both dated in '62 with Walther banner and P38 stamp."
"Ordered 3 of the \"cheap\" factory mags. Quick ship. Mags appear to be factory surplus, with Walther banner, dated, and one searilized. All are black anodized, with stainless followers, and good floor plates. No bends, dents, or rust. They hold rounds, feed, and hold slide back as new. I LIKE IT! Thank you Cheaper Than Dirt! On a side note, I was a customer many, many years ago, when the catalog was 4 pages. You guys have come a long way. Thanks for keeping the faith and bringing us gun nuts all the cool things we long for!"
"I ordered two magazines which were delivered yesterday. One was new, in the factory oil paper. The other was slightly used, in very nice shape. Both were P-1 mags that were nicely parkerized in a grey finish. Both fit and functioned perfectly in my P-38."
– T Bills
"I got 4 of these from CTD last December and had bought 2 of the ProMags from CTD earlier. They both are winners, but have discovered that only the ProMags work with Remington UMC 9mm rounds well, apparently due to ammo being a hair wider. The ProMags have no problem with that but the Walther ones do. I plan to get some more of these and hope for more with P-38 markings since I have a P-38 of each WWII manufacturer: Walther-Mauser-Spreewerke."
"I received the two mags for my Walther P-38 /P-1. After I cleaned them up, they performed perfectly at the shooting range. I hope to purchase more items from CTD in the future."
"Ordered five Walther P-38/P-1 magazines. Arrived quickly and in really good condition. One looked used in good condition, one was in the original factory wrapper, and the other three looked almost like new. Excellent deal for the price."
"Out of four received, two were of 1960, one well worn but still beautiful 1958 and one undated. They all had minor corrosion on the followers and two of the mag bodies. After they were sorted out with some steel wool and a little oil, they look and function great!"
"Ordered two , both were new with only light storage marks . Very pleased"
"I ordered two of these magazines. Both were manufactured in 1962 with Walther markings and Nato stock number. One was even packed in cosmoline - that brought me back to the military. They are in excellent condition and appeared to have never been used. Needed cleaning, but I am very happy with this purchase - a perfect match for my P1 pistol. Like finding a time capsule."
"Received as promised, original Walther, mine was NEW Manf. 6/64, perfect."
"Received as promised. Magazine in good condition, good price."
"I ordered 4 of these mags. They are all in very good to new condition. All were marked Walther although it was hard to see the markings because of the coating.Two were still covered with a protective dry coating. The third one had the coating except for the last inch at the top. The fourth had some holster wear on the floor plate and wear at the top of the mag and had no date. Three had dates, 2/58, 7/60, 11/62. All worked flawlessly and none had any dents or other damage."
"Obviously, CTD's supply of these magazines is getting low. I ordered two, based on the favorable reviews. Here are my thoughts. FORGET IT. Service was great, as always. Items shipped quickly. Mine came in plastic bags and were complete. Both looked rough, scratched, and looked like they came from the Afrika Corps. Must have been stored in sand.One magazine looked as if the follower had been replaced, bright stainless steel. The other was blued, pitted and rusty.Price was decent, a lot cheaper than Walther. Would have been OK for a \"junker P-38\".do not expect a good looking magazine. These have been worked hard."
"I had hesitated on buying a Walther P1 because I thought the magazines would be scarce and/or expensive. Once I saw CTD had them for under $15, I found a nice 1978 P1 and ordered three mags from CTD. As usual, I am very pleased with the products and quick delivery. Well done!"
"Received quickly, exactly as advertised. it is used but not wornout junk. Will be purchasing more soon."
"Excellent, totally functional original magazines. Work perfectly in my P1."
– Out West
"I ordered two of these on July 21, 2014. They were Walther magazines but they were definitely NOT \"very good condition\" as CTD advertised. Both of my magazines had large rust spots (i.e., dime sized or larger.)"
"I order two of these magazines and they looked great. Put almost 200 rounds through my Walther with only the two miss feeds. Even through I had the 7-10 day deliver they got here within two days of shipping. I will be ordering more when I get more money."