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Old 01-13-2020, 10:24 AM   #1
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My First PPK Post War

Couldn`t pass this up... 68 NIB Ulm/Do. From an estate of long time collector. Never owned a post war PP or PPK. Mainly an admirer of pre war PP`s & PPK...

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Congratulations. How about a picture of the pistol. 1917
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50 years in a box. Waste of a good pistol! But a magnificent find, no doubt.

I also was able to buy what appeared to be a NIB 66 PPK last year as my first/only PPK. Makes me smile every time I shoot it! Although it is too good to carry it, so it is a range plinker only.
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Great pictures of the box and wrapper. Any pictures of the gun itself ??


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Congratulations. How about a picture of the pistol. 1917
Removed from the plastic wrap, wiped the factory film off and took a couple photos...

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Congrats! Is it a .32?
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You would hate to shoot a mint unused gun like that.
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