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  1. New Member Introductions
    I recently picked up a Walther PP chambered in .380 that was made near the end of 1938 or the beginning of 1939 with serial number 154492P. I have found no German military markings of any sort however the finish on the grip frame has been worn to the bare metal. Most likely, this was a wealthy...
  2. Walther General Discussions
    I bought these grips at a flea market recently and the package was marked Pre WWII PP grips. Just trying to verify if that is correct.
  3. The Classics
    Hello! I have a post war P1 Style grips on my P38 and looking to finally swap them out for wartime a bakelite style. Looking at using the gun for reenacting a little bit and thought reproduction grips would be a better choice. There seems to be a lot of them available from different companies...
  4. PP and TP Series
    Hello! Recently I have bought a Walther PPK 7.65mm Zella Mehlis (Thür). It's date manufacture in 1943 due to the serial number and RSHA markings. The grips on gun are solid black original from bakelite, but I would desperately like to change them with wood imitation brown ones that were most...
  5. P99
    Hi people, Here, my Christmas gift to you (I hope you find it is worhty as a gift, anyway). It is a "Do It Yourself" template for Talon Grip raw material sheet 5''x7'' (or any tape material of your choice) with both P99 and P99c grip shapes. Pictures show the final product for the P99 with...
  6. The Classics
    Hi, I just purchased aftermarket replacement grips for my little Model 9 Type II. I realized when putting it back together I have somehow lost one of the grip screws. I still have the rosettes, and one of the screws. Is there a standard replacement available somewhere online? I'm not as...
  7. PP and TP Series
    A Question About Interarms PPK .380 CCW Grips Hello All, Been debating about buying a PPK for months now for CCW. I've done my homework. God I would live a German original but can't spend $2.5K at the moment. And I hate the extended beavertail on the S&W (just a preference; I understand the...
  8. Want To Buy
    Looking for a set of plastic replacement grips for the Walther TPH .22. Let me know what ya got or know where I can purchase some. Thanks. :)
  9. PP and TP Series
    All - Can anyone identify whether Walther manufactured or outsourced its hard rubber grips for the early Walther PP's prior to turning to Trolitan phenolic grips? Who might have supplied hard rubber grips to Walther in this period of 1929-1934? So-called weighted grips (3rd variation) often...
  10. Trading Post / Parts Bin
    Hello all. I'm selling the original grips off my 1940 Commercial model Walther PPK. Price is $250. They have some warping at the top and 3 small cracks. I tried to use a small screwdriver to point out the cracks. There is also what looks like red paint on the right side of the grips. It shows up...
  11. PP and TP Series
    I own 761,769 which has these grips and The Pancho Collection (on line) shows identical grips on 761,071. This serial range falls within Marshall’s second variation, ring hammer sub-variation, that began around 756,000 and extends into the 770,000’s. Guns before these all have the heavy X...
  12. Want To Buy
    Looking for black original grips for 1930 Walther PP: specifically the so-called LIGHT or THIN cruciform (X) grips for a large ring hammer variation. Don Riker, 423-902-7312
  13. PP and TP Series
    Hey all! Quick question, I want to get some new black ppk grips to keep my original brown ones pristine. Will the new SW ppk grips fit pre 68 ppk? Thanks in advance!
  14. Want To Buy
    I'd like to buy a set of P38 grips that are finished on the inside to fit the gun, but unfinished outside and back. Prefer them to be drilled and with the screw and escutcheon set in, with plenty of hard wood left outside to be shaped. Please send pictures, price, shipping, and thickness.
  15. PP and TP Series
    Want to sell some interarms Brown PPK grips with the Eagle and "Made in West Germany" on them to offset the cost of a future purchase. I know its blasphemy to get rid of the originals but will still do it. Anyone have an idea of what these can bring in?
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