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Nice pistol. If you are going to shoot it I think I would remove the grips and put on some aftermarket ones. Small cracks seem to be appearing in the old grips. Save em, you can't replace them. Good price. 1917
 

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I don't shoot the older ppk's. I have an interarms ss I shoot if I feel like shooting a ppk. This is only for looking at.
 

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In that case you might look at loosening the grip screws 1/2 turn. Not sure if that would help but might take some pressure off the grip. On the other hand perhaps well enough should be left alone. I don't know. Hate to see the cracks spread though. 1917
 

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I have one like it with the 90% safety. Looks like that is what you have. Also, mine has no loaded indicator as that came later. Someone tell me how I can figure when mine was made. Thanks.
 

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Serial number? My crystal ball is broken...
 

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In addition: Shown gun was probably made in 1934, 90° safety was known until ~1938. Til ~1935 every PP-series gun was equipped w. 90° safety.
 
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