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  1. PP and TP Series
    So I took my 1965 West German Walther PP out to the range yesterday for some fun plinking. Had a great time and the gun ran flawlessly the whole day. However, when I went to clean it this morning I noticed the safety/decocker level had partially sheared off! I used the decocker maybe 3 times...
  2. PP and TP Series
    My first posting. I've had this nice little Walther PP .32 cal. for many years, but do not know much about it. I'll post some photos and appreciate any feedback info. I looked at serial numbers, but could not come up with a real answer. It's got the "N" under the eagle and matching...
  3. PP and TP Series
    I am trying to find some info on a gun that my friend has Serial # 378942P aC is under the Serial # on the right side it has the eagle with the n twice and W3a369 twice also I believe it a fourth generation Jack
  4. PP and TP Series
    hello, new to trying to dig up history on pistols from what i think is WWII era. the following photos are of a pistol i happen to get from local gun shop, owner sold it to the shop for $25 and i offered them $75 to let me take it home right then, they were going to send it out to get re-blued...
  5. PP and TP Series
    Newbie to the boards here. I recently inherited a Walther PP 7.65mm. Through a little research, I determined that it was manufactured in late 1944 for the German Police at the Zella-Mehlis factory. Interestingly, in trying to determine a value, I may have located another PP near to me that...
  6. PP and TP Series
    Hi i was wondering if anyone could help me, i have a walther pp serial #=380XXXP it has two eagle over n proofs ( on slide and chamber ) and one eagle over J ( on barrel) , it also has the WaA359 proof in 2 spots. its an acp. It has black grip . For some reason it has no labels on the left...
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