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Old 01-28-2016, 04:12 PM   #1
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Walther PPK-S (Interarms)

Hello folks:
Thanks for admitting me into the Walther Forum, I am from upstate NY (Rockland County) and been a firearms buff forever. My 1st handgun was and still is in my collection a Walther PPK-S 380 .

I have preserved this jewel with my heart and it is in pristine condition as the day my Dad gave it to me in 1972. I have all original stuff that came with the gun, plastic box magazines and cleaning rod, however, I have misplaced part #151 in the which looks like a metal paddle with 2 teeth at the end.

I can't find the name of this tool but I can't locate it in my house. Does anyone know its name and use and where can I buy one to replace the one I can't find?
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Old 01-28-2016, 05:01 PM   #2
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I assume you mean the firing pin/loaded chamber indicator pin removal tool, also affectionately known at the "olive fork"?
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Yes that is the one! Do you know where can I get one?
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Not a clue. You might try Earl's Repair Service, though. Be ready to pay a premium if he has them.
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They don't show it as available
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He has a lot of stuff he doesn't advertise.

That came in a plastic box in '72?
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The olive fork was easily lost, and just as easily discarded, which is why the little buggers don't always turn up inside the box when you buy a used pistol. You might consider running a WTB advert in the appropriate section of the Trading Post here. A member might have one and agree to let it go. Be sure to read the rules of engagement before posting. Good luck.
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I checked Numerich Arms and they don't even list it
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On the other hand you could say "Good riddance". The damned things were not properly heat-treated, and are easily bent or broken. They do nothing that a bamboo skewer won't do better, and mostly they just rattle around in the bottom of the box, waiting to scratch the gun.

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