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Old 08-10-2018, 05:07 PM   #11
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I picked this one up yesterday, for 1k. Sold for 2k almost 4 yrs ago......
https://www.waltherforums.com/forum/...ra-barrel.html
Odd how the purchaser of this new P5 states it came with a 7.65 Para "2nd" barrel. This P5 was PRODUCED with the 7.65 barrel (that is the serialized one in the "package", # matches frame and slide serial#), the 2nd barrel is the 9mmx19 Para un-serialized one.

Check out my "Finally a Classic Walther for Me" thread.


Look familiar?
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Old 08-11-2018, 12:48 PM   #12
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I also keep an eye on auction P5s/P5Cs, to "trend" price/value shifting. If it goes the wrong way, I'll stop the purchasing.


For example, I know there's no P5/P5C "action" on Gun Broker until Tuesday PM, 3 will be timing out then. Will still look a few times a day, for the rare "Buy Now" deals.


I think I'm addicted. Gotta go look for my next "fix".
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Old 08-11-2018, 10:34 PM   #13
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Here's my track on the P5:


Walther P5 Pistol in 9x19. Blue Book of Gun Values (39th Edition) indicates between $950 in 95% condition and $1500 in 100% condition for this gun. I have 64 recorded prices for this model gun from $505 to $2726 over a period of 3 Yrs 8 Mos ending March 15, 2018. The average price as of that date was $1046. No refurbs, no refinishes, regular sights. Adjusted to two magazines. All represented as 95% or better. No distinction for import location or engineering revision, if any, no special editions, no distinctions for box, papers, tools. Current or last MSRP is $1995. The last 10 prices I have for this model since 2/14/2018 range from $680 to $1499 averaging $1100.


Here's a video that gives a great overview of the P5 spectrum, including one–P5 Lang Sport– with a barrel longer than 3.5 inches.


Here's mine, ID date Code (stamped 9/83) $800 four years ago. Great pistol.


https://s26.postimg.cc/kiv0wm0nt/Walther_P5.jpg

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Old 08-15-2018, 10:14 AM   #14
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One small detail for those looking for a "shooter" P5.


I made sure my shooter was a Var8 for one reason, the frame mounted trigger stop. If you want the adjustability (set screw in frame), this Var is the ONLY one.


If the "flat" mag release is an annoyance, I'll order the early Var "stepped" mag release from Numrich, cheap part, 5 minute swap.


The pics show the non-adjustable trigger stop P5 (with no "top of slide" hole), the schematic shows the adjustable stop P5 (and the "slide hole" firing pin drop spring). Some wonder when they see a hole in some slides that's not on other P5s.......


Historical Firearms - Walther P5 Developed in the mid 1970s with the...

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Old 08-18-2018, 04:25 PM   #15
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These two just sold on Gunbroker.


P5


https://www.gunbroker.com/item/781502499


P5C


https://www.gunbroker.com/item/781705748


High end pricing for quality guns. I am guessing the same collector bid up and bought both.
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And the NIB P5 that sold before these went for $1700.06. This was the final NOS from CDNN Sports.


Different purchasers on all three P5s.
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I can't believe that compact went for that. i was following it but I forgot to check back at final bid. The NR seller to boot, somebody's brave to send out 2,500 to them.
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I can't believe that compact went for that. i was following it but I forgot to check back at final bid. The NR seller to boot, somebody's brave to send out 2,500 to them.

You got a great deal on your P5c last week.


If you didn't purchase, I would have gotten it along with the P5 Var8 I got from them. Have #4 coming on Monday, another Var8 for shooting.
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I can't believe that compact went for that. i was following it but I forgot to check back at final bid. The NR seller to boot, somebody's brave to send out 2,500 to them.
Brave is not the word I had in mind.

Classic bidding war. A common occurrence on auction sites.....its part of 'male' DNA. People hate to lose....keep bidding just so they can win...even though the price has risen well above the 'real world' value. But hey, THEY'RE A WINNER.

Brave?????? I don't think so.

Sending that much money to someone you don't know is a little ifie too. Brave? Nope, at this point he's skeered chitless.
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I didn't see either example as completely pristine. I would need to see them up close to compare to the P5 and P5C that I own. All that paraphenalia helps when the guns are nice though.
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