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Old 06-06-2019, 06:04 PM   #21
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Anyone know if it makes the California list???
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Walther needs to rethink this finish if they want "classic Walther" collectors opening their wallets.
Walther isn't interested in collectors. They're selling to those in the CCW crowd who want an all metal gun. Since this is a stainless pistol there aren't a lot of options for a "pretty" finish.
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Anyone know if it makes the California list???


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Old 06-06-2019, 06:43 PM   #24
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Hmmm. Being a midwestern lad why “No” in California?
Can’t be the “high capacity” magazine.
As an aside I don’t know how you guys in those states put up with all that.
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Hmmm. Being a midwestern lad why “No” in California?
Can’t be the “high capacity” magazine.
I'm assuming the lack of magazine disconnect?
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California requires a magazine disconnect and a loaded chamber indicator.
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California requires a magazine disconnect and a loaded chamber indicator.
It's got the loaded chamber indicator
Walther invented that, as far as I know.
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Was the PPK ever on the California roster?

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Was the PPK ever on the California roster?
Don't think so. The only ones you can buy are those present in California before 2001, or from people who moved into the state owning one. Oh and from police officers who are exempt from the laws and can buy off roster guns and are also allowed to sell them to regular people.
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