The standard German sidearm of WWII, now in LEGO® bricks!
About this creation
My second rendition of the Walther P38 includes a better pull-back trigger, handle, and overall proportions. Whereas I had built a brown-handled version before to replicate the walnut wood of an early P38, I chose the more standard all-metal gun as my reference this time. Though it's much more realistic than my previous entry, it has the unsatisfactory drawback of an off-center trigger--something I hope to correct.
[Overall dimensions: 8.25" long, 1.5" wide, and about 5" high. First Completed on June 26, 2010; deconstructed on June 16, 2012.]
The link below to your instructions page does not work anymore. Could you please update the link or send me the instructions per PM ( janipanger at gmail com ). This would be great !
Keep up the good work. Your MOCs are fantastic.
Quoting Ian Yang
That's so awesome! I've been trying to look for something like this for a while now.. Can you please email me the instructions at instantasiannoodles@Live.com? Thanks :D
Well, since you left this comment for me a while ago, I've been working on figuring out how to make instructions for my models; I'm happy to say that instructions are now available for the Walther P38 and Mark II handgrenade, and I plan on creating instructions for my other weapons. You can see my building instructions page at http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/276729. Thanks!