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Old 12-03-2018, 10:28 AM   #1
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Interarms blue TPH, steel frame

Just bought a TPH, .22 cal, steel frame blue, that appears almost unfired.

Saw it two days ago and thought it was German made since it was blue instead of stainless steel. Was a little surprised when I looked at it closer today that it was made in the USA.

Decided to buy it anyway since the price seemed OK and it had the original box (the black plastic Interarms type) and original owners manual and target.

Can anyone shed any light on this?

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Old 12-03-2018, 03:06 PM   #2
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Congrats!!
I tried hard to get a blued one way back when, but even my LE supplier couldn't get me one. Very few made compared to the SS.
Though I can't say anything bad about my SS TPH. Since it was carried as a back up in a vest holster under my shirt the SS was probably a better choice. My experience with SS PPK/S, etc as a LE FI instructor and armorer really had me leary of the SS TPH.

Hope you have as much good luck with it as I have had with mine.
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Old 12-03-2018, 06:53 PM   #3
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It looks like these Interarms blue TPH pistols came with stainless magazines. My gun only had one blue magazine. Probably a Triple K mag.

Went ahead and bought an ss InterArms mag off of EBay today. Going to look for several more.

Should get my TPH delivered to my FFL dealer in a couple of days. Looking forward to it.

Still would like any info on these Interarms, blue, steel frame TPH guns.

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Very nice. I have a stainless .25 TPH which I love and would love to add a blue .22. I hope you got a good deal on it.
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Old 12-05-2018, 09:08 PM   #5
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Nice catch on the pistol; looks in great shape.

What kind of beating did you take on the magazine?
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Nice catch on the pistol; looks in great shape.

What kind of beating did you take on the magazine?
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Found two Interarms ss magazines (different vendors) for about $80 each. Think I did OK since I lost a bid on a third one for $100. I felt I did not want to go over $100 for one at this time.

Got the gun for $660 (box, papers, target, etc.). Feel pretty good about that.

Any thoughts?

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Old 12-06-2018, 11:17 PM   #7
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Trooper, with the exception of the magazines, doesn't sound like a bad deal.

It irritates me that the original owner harvested the original mags.

Hope yours runs well; they are really nifty little guns.
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Iíve got blued Walther mags if you need any
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TPH magazines

Most of what I read in internet forums criticizes Triple K mags so I don't recommend them. I have four and they work fine. I ordered three from the factory and bought a used one on Gunbroker. Two for my TPH's worked fine. One that I got for an Astra Cub required fitting. The used one is in a Colt Woodsman as I type this. I would say my experience has been mostly positive.
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Iíve got blued Walther mags if you need any
I sent you a PM. Thanks for checking

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