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Old 08-03-2016, 06:02 PM   #41
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Nice P5 for $895. Maybe not a "deal" but...

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The BMI is, roughly, the equivalent of our FBI. Their pistols should not be heavily used, but carried a lot.


I thought the BKA (Bundeskriminalamt) was like the FBI. My SIG P6 came from there.

BKA is a department within BMI.
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Old 08-19-2016, 11:18 PM   #42
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Just for giggles ,Simpson's has a LNIB P-5 listed right now for $1995.00, and a pre war PPK .22 for the same price . Ayb
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I was wrong that 5is [email protected] just think it's 500 .00 cheaper than you thought it was it is a PW imports pistole . Ayb
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8Th variation.

But why wasn't mine ever issued and has no police acceptance stamps?
Herr Walther. I am just very curious, but why do you think that your gun has a connection to the Dutch contract?
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There is no signal pin, there is a note from Danish police authorities taped to the inside of the box warning of this, the slide has the serial number etched by hand underneath, lanyard loop on the grip, magazines etched with serial number.

No other post-war PP series pistol that I am aware of lacks a signal pin.

Not my pistol anymore. It belongs to another member here, but I don't think Dutch and Danish are the same thing...
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Herr Walther,

I do agree with the PP but I was curious why you think that your P5 has a Dutch connection.

Danish and Dutch are indeed not the same
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I don't know if it does or not. No one knows the exact history of these single line roll marked P5's and if anyone does, they aren't talking or are already dead.
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