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Old 02-12-2020, 03:55 PM   #1
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Pre-war PPK .22 (?)


New to the forum; hoping I can get a little information on a pistol I just picked up.

It's a .22LR PPK, s/n 430xxx k on right side of frame and slide; no waffenamts visible, but eagle over N proof marks on slide and chamber. It did come with a military holster, and one unmarked magazine.

Any information I can get on it would be appreciated; rough estimates of value won’t hurt my feelings.

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Old Yesterday, 06:05 AM   #2
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Intersting gun. At the end of WWII (in 1945) Walther made a smal quantity of about ~600 guns chambered in .22lr. Some collectors assume, Walther planned for the time after war.
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