New to the forum. I am researching an old friends WWII stainless steel Walther PP/PPK 7.65 (I think its a PP). There is an extra clip with ammo, holster with accompanying war documents. The weapon was given to him by an old WWII veteran (now deceased). The weapon was captured during the Battle of the Bulge. The weapon has all the German military stampings on frame and barrel. Serial Numbers (356215P) match. There is a US Military possession certificate issued to the vet and accompanying US Customs declaration document when he returned from WWII. I am interested in whether there are German records of individuals to whom particular weapons were issued. Also, whether or not the weapon is rare or common. I love learning the stories of vets and hope this one is unusual. I will try to discover the vets unit, if possible. I am attempting to Attach some of the photo's and having a hard time. Files are JPEG and approx. 4M each. Any help welcome.