BYF 42 1st variation serial number 27.
BYF 42 Some small parts with e/135 acceptance stamp serial number range 1-1,000 - 795
BYF 43 1st variation with GI capture papers complete rig - 7817a
BYF 43 1st variation serial number range 4958a-2119f. 50,000 produced, full "rig" - 7203d
BYF 43 1st variation with matched numbered mag - 8952f
BYF 43 2nd variation serial number range 5197f-1124q. 88,000 produced - 173g
BYF 43 complete rig - 1523n
BYF 43 complete rig - 4682n
BYF 44 Two 1st variation serial number range 8563p-8190q. Limited production.
BYF 44 2nd variation serial number range 9964q-5280b. 120,000 produced
BYF 43 Serial number range 1172q-6469q. 5,000 produced with mixed WaA with holster and spare mag.
BYF 44 Serial number range 1172q-6469q. 5,000 produced with mixed WaA
BYF 44 with mixed stamps - 5456q
BYF 44 missing expection stamp on the frame, most likely a factory mistake - 2987s
BYF 44 "rig" in mint condition - 5441y
At the end of October 1944 Mauser started over with the no letter block series when the "z" block was completed. Earlier guns will have a byf42 or byf 43 slide code.
BYF 44 with one acceptance stamp on slide - 3133c
BYF 44 3rd variation dual tone finish, several guns pictured. 30,000 produced
BYF 44 dual tone in mint condition - 9092d
Three BYF 44's with Browning FN slides
SVW45 German production slides begin in the early "e" block and ends at 3000f with left over slides being used up in production.
BYF 44 "e" block gun with blue phosphated slide - 2616e
Blank FN Slide - Very rare pistol with no P.38 or manufacturer code on the slide - 3806e
SVW 45 dual tone serial - 632f
SVW 45 All Grey 2511f forced matched no e/s or final acceptance
SVW 45 All Blue 2567f
BYF 44 All Grey in SVW 45 serial number range 2663f
POST WAR FRENCH PRODUCTION FROM LEFT OVER PARTS
SVW 45 French proof early production "g" block gun - 2196g
SVW 45 French proof serial number range 1g-3488k. 30,000 produced - 7463i
SVW 46 Two consecutive serial numbered guns - 1073k-9911k. 8,000 produced
SVW 46 Last production, made in France from parts with 7 small parts numbered to the gun. 1L-500L. 500 produced - 277L
SVW 46 Last two guns ever assembled by the French 499L and 500L