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Old 03-04-2010, 11:31 AM   #1
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Exploded diagrams for Walther PPK pistols

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http://www.carlwalther.com/views/evppk.htm

http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...26tbs%3Disch:1

http://www.okiegunsmithshop.com/walther_ppk.jpg

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One note on the Okiegunsmithshop drawing:

The cartridge indicator rod and spring are shown flipped end-for-end. The thicker end of the indicator rod and the "hump" in the spring should be shown toward the front of the slide, as shown in the first link in the post.
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http://www.mek-schuetzen.de/Sites/na...s_handguns.htm

This link provides all sorts of schematics to all sorts of handguns, not just Walthers.
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http://randomguns.blogspot.com/2010/...tp-manual.html

This link provides a manual for the Walther TP
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New member here... Posted this question in 'new members' hoping I could get a quick direction to a link without spending a lot of time searching... I was referred here.

I have a Walther model TPH Cal .22. I would like to find a takedown instruction (beyond Field strip) because I would like to let my wife use it but the safety lever is much too stiff for her fingers and I think there should be a way to remedy this. Any help would be appreciated.

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See the Exploded diagram at the bottom of this link:

Walther TP TPH

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See the Exploded diagram at the bottom of this link:

Walther TP TPH

Good luck.

That doesn't really help me... I already searched and found that exploded diagram. What I need is a walk through describing the steps for takedown to remove the safety lever (items 2 through 5 & item 6 from item 1 the slide.
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