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  1. Thoughts? Recent PPQ .45 Online Purchase.

    PPQ
    When I first joined this forum last month I indicated I was looking to get a .45 ACP firearm to add to my growing collection; I am a new firearms owner (since April). I saw a great offer on a new PPQ .45 from one of the big box stores online for $200 off retail price. Less than any other site...
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    Greetings, and welcome to the Walther Forums. Please take the time to browse around a bit and become familiar with the place; we hope that you'll spend some quality time with us. Be sure to visit the FAQ section (second from the left on the Blue Bar, where you also will find the Members List...
  3. Walther PPQ cracked slide

    PPQ
    Well, I finally killed my PPQ I bought back in 2011. Slide cracked on the left side at the back of the ejection port. I guess that's the weakest point. I've probably put well over 30k rounds through it. I guess I can't be too upset.
  4. Walther PP & PPK Date Charts (See Post#2)

    FAQ: PP/TP
    I just purchased an early Walther PP in .32 ACP with the serial number #99471. Does anyone know how old it might be? It has "Interarms, Alex.VA" in small print stamped into the frame on the left side. Also a small German eagle stamped into the left side of the slide.
  5. Some websites to help PP/PPK owners ID their guns

    FAQ: PP/TP
    You might want to check out this site to help with the proof marks and such on your PP and PPKs, for identification purposes: http://www.phoenixinvestmentarms.com/archives/Proofmarks.pdf Also of note is the Walther method for marking the date of pistols with two letters. Here are the...
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