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as the thread says. on the hunt for a german shooter/carry grade ppk in .32 acp for a fair price, post war only. Thanks
 

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Yep, my 1935 commercial PPK in 7.65 is a true “99%” and I paid $1300 OTD from Simpson’s earlier this year. I considered it to be a “good deal” and I would do it again in a heartbeat. I almost never see “shooter grade” PPK on the market, and even then you are not talking about much of a price discount relative to a nicer example, IMO. Good luck!
 
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Not a ppk, but a ppk/s in great condition (95%) at a fair price for what it is. let me know and I'll turn you on to these guys, I have no vested interest or make anything, I just do a lot of business there and I can tell you who to contact because it may have come down in price by now because it's on consignment.
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A 71 PPK/S 7.65 just sold on Gunbroker for a little over $600.It was in “shooter” condition like you are looking for.


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Finding a great deal on a shooter grade PPK is not easy work these days. Visiting all LGS in your area and keeping an eye on the local Gun Trader/Armslist type sites are your best bet.
 

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Finding a great deal on a shooter grade PPK is not easy work these days. Visiting all LGS in your area and keeping an eye on the local Gun Trader/Armslist type sites are your best bet.
 

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“Shooter grade” PPK/S are much easier to find than a PPK in equivalent condition. PPs are the easiest to find, although I understand that isn’t what the OP said he wanted. The least expensive option for a PPK is a Ranger/Interarms in .380, which can be found in the $600 range for a nice pistol, as long as you like stainless and are OK that it isn’t made in Deutschland.
 
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