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Old 08-28-2017, 10:17 AM   #1
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Collector Value PPS Classic

Does anyone think the PPS Classic original models have or will have any collectors value. I have a 9 and 40 that I don't shoot. I prefer the G word 43 and the PC Shield in 45 and 9. Should I sell them or keep them for appreciation?
I don't need the money but I am old and see no future carry or shooting use for the PPSs. Please don't let this become a thread of PPS superiority to Glocks or Shields.
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Groundhog....Walther is still manufacturing and selling the PPS M1. Here it is on page 20 of Walthers 2017 catalog.

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It's worth less now than when you bought it.
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I paid $349 for my PPS classic, as opposed to the original MSRP of near twice that when the model was new.
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Groundhog....Walther is still manufacturing and selling the PPS M1.
It seems that Walther isn't manufacturing the M1 model any longer:



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Old 08-28-2017, 04:39 PM   #6
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One says it still being made one says it is no longer made. Which is it?
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I don't know but I sure wish I bought a spare when I could have for in the $370 range.
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I'm not sure if one can find a new PPS Classic on GB or the other online gun sale sites. I wouldn't be afraid to own a lightly used one, for that matter.
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It's worth less now than when you bought it.
Not if you move to California and sell it via PPT.....M1 would get you $800-900, M2 gets $900-1100.

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Old 08-28-2017, 08:27 PM   #10
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I wrote Walther on this topic 3 weeks ago and they replied that the M1 will remain in production, just in sporadic batches.
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