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WWII Walther PP, decent find.

Article about: Hello Everyone: I thought I would share with you my newest pickup at the shop. This guy strolled in and I had to fight to get it, but not tooo much! Its a Walther Mod. PP in 32 ACP. I like t

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    Default WWII Walther PP, decent find.

    Hello Everyone:

    I thought I would share with you my newest pickup at the shop. This guy strolled in and I had to fight to get it, but not tooo much!
    Its a Walther Mod. PP in 32 ACP. I like the feel of these things and I never seem to get one for the right price, but that all changed.
    Shows a lot of holster and general wear but the bore is in great shape and is really clean. I got this with a few other items that I'll post in the appropriate fields.

    What do you guys think?

    Thanks
    Cody
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    To me Holster and General wear are like the wrinkles around your eyes....they denote Experience and Life! This PPK was used but cared for, which is what any good firearm would want.

    Nice pick up, enjoy!

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    Wartime produced pistols were never up to the standards
    of commercial types, and finish quality dropped off
    dramatically as the war dragged on.

    Lovely little pistol - Congrats on your purchase !
    One to shoot as well as treasure.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Sweet little all original Walther! Now you need to pick up a matching Holster for him! Nice find with a capitol "N"!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Nice wartime Walter ND shooter I used to love shooting these not eaisly found like they once were. timothy

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    great looking PP you have there Cody.
    Thanks for sharing it.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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    Thanks Everyone, I gotta keep my eyes open for a holster.. if anyone sees one around let me know!
    I just wish I could pick up a few more of these so I don't feel to bad about shooting this one.

    Thanks
    Cody

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