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Hi,

Checking to see if this Walther pp could be military used. Saw this gun at a local gun shop its in very nice condition and has extra mag,holster and ww2 capture papers with it. I see no German military stamps on frame or slide would this be correct vintage for ww2 pistol? Is it a commercial gun or military one? The price on rig was $1100 Otd is that a fair price for non ww2 military stamp.

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It was common for officers to purchase pistols commercially.

In todays market you could probably find one for less. Does the pistol speak to you?
 

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Does the pistol speak to you?

Not really put I do like guns with capture papers
 

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Hello,
As I wrote before, this PP was made in 1938 and belongs to the 4th variation. It has no "Waffenamt" stamp, hence it was not army property. It might have been acquired privately by an army officer, but those mostly carried brown holsters.
Enjoy! Dieter.
 

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Looks like a postwar or aftermarket holster. Not WWII IMO.
 

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I'd like to see the back and inside of the holster.
Specifically and stamps or markings. It's in really good shape in relation to the pistol.
Could have been picked up somewhere along the way to "round out" the pistol.
It happens. I did it myself once upon a time.

If it is indeed a wartime holster, you've got a real gem worth some good money.
 
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