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  1. Old sisters, two Walther pp rsha

    Walther General Discussions
    Not matching mags, original finish.First pp serial 1934.. second one serial 2037..
  2. Mid-war Walther PP without proof marks?

    PP and TP Series
    I think I posted something about this a year or so ago, but I had no way to post pics then and I don't think I ever got much response. I have a pretty nice PP that I figure to be from 1942 or 43, but I see no evidence of any sort of proof marks on it. From what I read if it was a military or...
  3. Seeking Grandfather's WWII PP - Mansfield, Ohio

    Trading Post / Parts Bin
    Seeking Grandfather's WWII Walther PP - Mansfield, Ohio Let me first qualify this post: this is request is a long-shot. My name is Matthew and I am an attorney in Cincinnati, OH. I am trying to track down my Granddad's Walther PP from WWII. My Granddad served in the US Air Force in WWII and...
  4. Please Help ID Walther PP

    PP and TP Series
    Would really appreciate help with identifying this Walther PP
  5. WTS: Walther PP .22lr with Matching Box

    Trading Post / Parts Bin
    WTS: WALTHER MODEL PP CHAMBERED IN 22LR. ULM production. Gun is in excellent condition. Comes with one mag. Comes in the factory two piece box with MATCHING numbers and in excellent shape. Not to many of these around any more and this one is in great shape with a bright shiny bore with very good...
  6. Made my PP a Holster

    PP and TP Series
    I've been playing around with kydex the last few weeks, making holsters for some of my vintage pistols. Here's one I made this week for my PP.
  7. Who Makes PP Holsters??

    PP and TP Series
    I want a nice leather OWB holster for my PP. I have be searching all over the internet, and I can't find any makers that can make one (at least, not without me mailing them my gun). Does anyone know a leathersmith that makes PP holsters? Or maybe where I could find a bluegun to send a maker...
  8. Walther PP User's Guide French Manurhin

    PP and TP Series
    All, Here's the user's guide from ManuRhin for pistols made in France in that era. Suspect most can't read the manual but there are some excellent Schematic and parts images. Also lengths and sizes, weight etc. Also love how in some of the images at the back the hands displaying the weapon...
  9. My new Walther PP Zella-Mehlis (Pre-WWII)

    FAQ: PP/TP
    Hi Y'all. New user, long time reader. So I recently acquired a Pre WWII Walther PP Zella-Mehlis (Thur) chambered in 7.65 mm (AKA .32 acp). I'm guessing it was manufactured sometime during 1938, Serial #:107XXX P). It had the standard Crown/N on the right side of the frame and right above it on...
  10. Scratching On Walther PP chamber hood

    PP and TP Series
    I am the owner of a wonderful Walther pp chambered for 32 acp and imported by interarms. I've had the gun for the last 5 years and haven't really shot it all that much. However, in the time that I've owned it I've noticed that there are scratches appearing on the chamber hood. Some of these are...
  11. Accuracy expectation?

    PP and TP Series
    Took the Walther PP to the outdoor range today, warm, windless. Son shot it for first time, my second time. About 200 rounds through it in last 2 months. Sat idle for +40 yrs. I was pleased with accuracy when I first shot it. As we were running 25 each through it I wanted to try and see if...
  12. WTB: Walther PP

    Want To Buy
    Please email me pics and price
  13. Walther PP Identification Problems

    PP and TP Series
    I'm having trouble figuring out the history of a recently acquired Walther PP, and was hoping somebody would be kind enough to aid me with this problem. On the Left side of the slide, this particular firearm is marked with the following: Waffenfabrik Walther, Zella-Mehlis (Thur) [written...
  14. Tang Well Marks on Early "Weimar" Walther PP's

    FAQ: PP/TP
    Please see attached article published in Automag vol 47(12):273-276 by this author. Permission to post here was granted by the Editor of Automag and the Walther Forum moderator. I encourage anyone interested in these guns to contribute information on these tang well marks to the author and...
  15. Suppliers of Hard Rubber Grips for Early Walther PP's

    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...
  16. Walther PP First Year with Unusual Police Marking

    PP and TP Series
    I just purchased Walther PP 754,355 (1930) with features indicative of early PP's including a 2-piece covered firing pin, flat heavy hammer without a groove, fat safety lever, short slide/"long" barrel, and X (cruciform)-grips. Perfectly electro-penciled into the right front flat surface of the...
  17. WTB: 1930 Walther PP

    Want To Buy
    X- (or cruciform) grips; slab-sided magazine.
  18. Walther PP Slab Sided Magazines

    PP and TP Series
    The original extension magazine for the PP was the slab-sided banner mag most often in black. Does anyone know when this early mag was replaced by the hollow-sided mag, or whether there was a period without extension mags available. My research suggests the black slab mag was original to PP's...
  19. Walther PP Ring Hammer Variation Range 1930-1931

    PP and TP Series
    I am researching the early Walther PP variations. If you own a pistol between serial numbers 756,000 - 776,000 please forward me any pictures or descriptions that include type of hammer, firing pin, safety, grip type, proofing locations, tang well markings, whether slide scribe marks match...
  20. 1934 Walther "S" Marks on RZM's and PP

    PP and TP Series
    I own two Walther PPK RZM's made in 1934 [822,300, 824,989]. Each has an "S" stamped into the tang well floor directly under the hammer (see attached). The font is a serif style with a somewhat compressed upper loop perhaps typical of German "Schwabacher" font originating in Franconia (upper...
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