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    Default QVE 45 Highest Serial Number

    This currently is the highest SN known K43 QVE. I have this one on "temporary loan". Milled action cover and rqs mag. Note that there is only one side proof as is seen on other f block guns.
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    Last pics of QVE 45.
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    Beautiful Jack. Thanks for posting the pics.

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    Perfect! Just what I am looking for qve, durofol HG, milled carrier

    email => K98@bobinohio.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob in OHIO View Post
    Perfect! Just what I am looking for qve, durofol HG, milled carrier
    You're gonna have to fight me for it first, Bob.

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    Nice. Thank you for posting.

    Note the phosphated (or what looks like it in the pic) triggerguard. Not typical for duv/qve. These show up in later qve production. I suspect it may be a Walther piece sent over when they tranferred parts just before its capture? Just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Kowalski View Post
    Nice. Thank you for posting.

    Note the phosphated (or what looks like it in the pic) triggerguard. Not typical for duv/qve. These show up in later qve production. I suspect it may be a Walther piece sent over when they tranferred parts just before its capture? Just my opinion.
    Yes TG is phos. I agree..probably a Walther transfer.

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    Out of curiosity...any Walther proofed parts on there?

    Wondering how many Walther parts were actually transferred at the time the receivers were. I assume they grabbed everything they could.

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    I have QVE 45 1406d and 2647d which are both just like the one above with the exception of the phosphate parts and milled action housing.

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