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To enhance the ease of operation, extended magazine release lever and extended safety lever with enlarged finger rest were fitted.
To extend service life, barrel is cold-hammered, with Tenifer-coated bore to protect against wear and scratching. The peep rear sight is mounted inside a cantilever trough, on top of which a MIL-STD rail enables various optoelectronic sights to be fitted.
The Radom-Sport can be ordered with a steel folding stock, wooden rigid stock or plastic telescoping stock. Firing mode: Single.
Magazine capacity: 30 or 20 optional rounds. Method of operation: gas-operated weapon. Rifling pitch Magazine capacity 10, 20 and 30 rounds.
Measurements: Length with telescopic stock extended: mm. Production of the Vis began at the Fabryka Broni arms factory in Radom in , and was adopted as the standard handgun of the Polish Army the following year.
The pistol was valued by the Germans and towards the end of the war issued to German paratroopers. The Vis is highly prized among collectors of firearms.
The pistol bears many internal and external similarities to the famous Colt MA1 , to the point that some parts are almost interchangeable ie.
But Colt resemblance is much more striking. This later John Moses Browning design, unlike the M, was not cammed by a link, but by a ledge of sorts, which contacts a portion of the barrel and forces it down as it is moved rearward with the slide by the recoil force.
It shares some similarities to the Spanish Ruby. The handgun was prepared in late , and at the beginning of the first pistols were ready for testing.
Initially it was named WiS an acronym of the Polish designers' names , later the name was changed to Vis , meaning "force" in Latin , with the wz.
The tests proved that the handgun was very accurate and stable due to its size and mass, most stresses are absorbed and not passed on the shooter , while at the same time remaining reliable after firing more than 6, rounds.
Production started in the state armory Fabryka Broni in Radom in late , and the following year it was introduced as the standard weapon of Polish infantry and cavalry officers.
Successively, other units were to be equipped, and by all other handguns were scheduled to be withdrawn from service.
By mid, it was introduced to the armored and air forces. Before the invasion of Poland , approximately 49, out of 90, ordered were delivered to the army.
In addition to the 9mm, there was also a small information series of. After the Polish defeat in , the Germans took over the Radom Armory and continued production of the Vis under the new name of 9 mm Pistole p , which was for some reason often rendered as P 35 p the suffix "p" means "polnisch"  the German pistols of the first series had inscriptions VIS Mod.
Up to , between , and , were produced and used by the German paratroopers and police. Fearing that Polish technicians working in the armory might supply the Home Army with the weapons, the Germans moved production of barrels and final assemble to Steyr-Daimler-Puch in the " Ostmark " Austria.
Vis pistols made after were issued in four different series, each with small modifications to simplify production. In late , all production was moved to the Steyr works in Austria, where the last simplified model of the fourth series was produced with no inscriptions at all, apart from bnz signature.
The Vis remained in production until April Generally, the wartime Vis were of much lower quality than the original, and further degrading towards the end of the war.
It was considered much inferior to the Vis, especially in ergonomics and reliability,  but political considerations and Soviet influence were decisive.
But it differed from the original pre-war pistols with the shape of the rear sight notch and the Eagle on the slide.
The Vis pistol is a single-action, hammer-fired, locked-breech design. The control on the slide is a decocking mechanism that releases the hammer while camming the firing pin up into the slide.
There is a grip safety blocking the sear unless fully compressed, but the control in the same position as a thumb safety on a Browning Hi-Power or Mstyle pistol is not a safety.