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Hello, this is my first post and it is about my first ever pistol: a 1984 German made Walther TPH in .22. It is in stunning condition with only a tiny amount of wear to the bluing near the muzzle on the left hand side, presumably wear from being pocketed. It came with two magazines and the price seemed very good compared to others I've seen here.
Being in Europe we don't see the interarms ones often, but this one doesn't seem to suffer the FTE/FTF issues I've seen mentioned so often.
Our ranges are reopening next week and I am looking forward to testing a wide range of ammo to see what it prefers. First on the list of wants is a set of walnut grips to replace the rather shiny plastic ones.馃檪
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That鈥檚 a gorgeous pistol! I鈥檓 looking to score a stainless Interarms TPH right now, but the blued version looks much nicer
 

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Thanks. Is there are prefered holster for these? I would like one which is fitted rather than generic
 

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Thanks. Is there are prefered holster for these? I would like one which is fitted rather than generic
There are TPH holsters by Bianchi and Sickinger for example. I own a very compact one. It's marked BTPH. Unfortunately I don't know who made it.

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