Article about: The Enfield is a revolved, I had posted pictures a while back, but due to some delays the paperwork was never filed. Police papers for transfer of ownership, they are all live firing PPK is
The Enfield is a revolved, I had posted pictures a while back, but due to some delays the paperwork was never filed. Police papers for transfer of ownership, they are all live firing PPK is from 67 I believe, but it's a government contract piece; so it's interesting to me in that regard; I shall be working twards a wartime one next year.
Ahh okay, I was thinking about the Enfield #2 rifle.
Wartime or peacetime PPK - they are all nice.
Post war both the PPK and the PPK/S have been made in Germany at one time or other, but I like the French Manurhin made PPK guns as well (many post war or peacetime Walther/Ulm marked PPK guns were made in France by Manufacture de Machines du Haut-Rhin (Manurhin)).
Maybe yours is a French made gun as well (Manurhin made PPKs from '52 to '86) - unless your gun is a PPK/S of course.
The PPK/S is not a 'real' PPK. Not that the variation would bother me - I like that one as well, even tough some would call it a GCA68 abomination (PP frame and PPK slide to meet GCA68 import requirements).
It depends on the year of manufacture. For the past decade or so, the PPK & PPK/S have been made in the US, I believe.