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PP and TP Series

PP(K, /S) TP(/H)
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A section for discussing non-Walther rifles, pistols and other hardware and "gearhead" stuff that doesn't fit elsewhere.
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  2. 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.
  3. Took the little PP Super out for some exercise!

    PP and TP Series
    Fun little Pistol! As to date, I have loaded and shot cut down 9 MM case, 38 Super Comp and 9 Mak cases sized in 9 mm dies with .355 bullets, In addition to factory 9 Ultra ammo. As long as the cases are trimmed to around 17.98/95mm they gun functions just fine. .38 Super Comp cases...
  4. Definitive PPQ Picture Thread

    FAQ: PPQ
    I haven't seen one of these threads here yet, and the PPQ is a dead sexy pistol and we need to show it some love, I'll start us off.
  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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