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Old 02-25-2012, 09:24 PM   #31
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Cabelas has a Walther PPS Kit:
WAP10601 9mm Kit
WAP10602 .40 S&W Kit

Both conatain the weapon, 2 clips, Holster, Case, and Lock
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Old 04-29-2012, 06:08 PM   #32
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Nice charts thanks for posting them. This is the first time I've seen a reference to a factory leather PPS holster. Anybody have one? Or a picture of one? Thanks Ed.
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Old 05-13-2012, 08:17 PM   #33
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Gander Mountain today had an AK, BA, and a BB. All three were WAP10001s and included the PPS, medium and large magazines, second backstrap, lock, fired case, warranty registration card, and owners manual.

They now have only the AK and BA.

Happy early Father's Day to me!
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Gander Mountain today had an AK, BA, and a BB. All three were WAP10001s and included the PPS, medium and large magazines, second backstrap, lock, fired case, warranty registration card, and owners manual.

They now have only the AK and BA.

Happy early Father's Day to me!
Actually.. No your right on time.. Father's Day is today (the 13th) in Romania IIRC Father's Day can be celebrated 23 different days a year depending on the Country.

So.. Happy Father's Day!

Ohh and Happy Mother's Day to all the Mom's out there too!
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Gander Mountain today had an AK, BA, and a BB. All three were WAP10001s and included the PPS, medium and large magazines, second backstrap, lock, fired case, warranty registration card, and owners manual.

They now have only the AK and BA.

Happy early Father's Day to me!
Good for you! Enjoy it. Ed
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Old 05-24-2012, 04:43 PM   #36
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Is there somewhere on the pistol where the model number is marked so you know exactly which one you are getting?

Or is it in with the paperwork?
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Not marked on pistol. Not sure if it's on the paper work. It is just the part number for the whole package. Ed.
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Old 05-24-2012, 05:55 PM   #38
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Dang. I found another place local that sells guns, and I wanted to make sure what I was getting. (I don't want that 10lb trigger nonsense) I should be picking mine up about the middle of next month.
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Dang. I found another place local that sells guns, and I wanted to make sure what I was getting. (I don't want that 10lb trigger nonsense) I should be picking mine up about the middle of next month.
When you pull the slide off. Look into the frame there will be a tab with a letter on it. "S" for standard. "H" for heavy. You can't miss it. Just be aware how many magazines there are and that it is priced accordingly. Also if it has night sights it is worth more. Good luck. Ed.
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Old 07-11-2012, 07:53 AM   #40
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In the 9mm, the WAP10001 is the standard trigger, and the WAP10006 is the MA friendly, heavier trigger.
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