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  1. New Member Introductions
    Unfortunately I'm a 75-year old computer dumbo, so if I'm posting this in the wrong place, sorry. I'm in Canada and in legal possession of a pre-WW2 PPK 7.65. Canada's gun laws are ridiculous so I can only use it at a government-registered firing range. It was inherited from my Dad who...
  2. PP and TP Series
    Hello All, I've been scouring the internet for hours looking for information on a Walther PPK 7.65 we are selling for an estate. Attached are photos and any help would be well appreciated by myself and the family estate we are working with. Thanks, Dave
  3. The Classics
    Recently picked up this ppk and I'm having trouble identifying it, all the markings like antlers and the date stamp are not there and neither is the "made in germany" on the left side. It has the post war eagle over "N" and both magazines are mec-gar marked. Any information or help identifying...
  4. Want To Buy
    I'm looking to buy a Walther PPK or PPK/S Smith & Wesson manufactured Stainless .32 ACP. Does anyone know where I can find one? Thanks
  5. Want To Buy
    Im looking for a decent PPK, either war years or prewar. I intend to shoot it on occasion and maybe carry it on occasion too, so not really in the market for a pristine collector, just something nice with a little history. (wife is from East Germany, so Zella-Mehlis is a big selling point).
  6. 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...
  7. PP and TP Series
    Hello all, I am new to the forums. I have an old PP or PPK, .32 and I believe it is a 1934. I have seen quite a few of these, however I have not seen any like mine. The Serial starts with 825XXX. There is no P or K at the end. The Walther banner is Gold and the Fire indicator or the dot under...
  8. PP and TP Series
    Okay well i have a couple of questions. First off i inherited a Walther .32 auto (ppk) from my grandpa and he said it was my great grandpa's and he got it in WWII. I have done some research and found out that Crown over N marking Means pre-war. which mine has on the slide right under the...
  9. Trading Post / Parts Bin
    Hi guys, I'm a small collector of fine made functional German/Austrian firearms like the PPK. I've just started searching for a pristine WWII era PPK 7,65 for my safe. Preferences: 85-100% finish 90 degree safety preferred but not required Nazi proofs are preferred but by no means required...
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