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Hi everyone. I am wondering if anyone out there could sell me, at a reasonable price, a flat base Walther PPK .32 magazine to fit my 1939 model. The prices on GB etc. seem to be ridiculous. I’m also looking for a Walther TPH .22 magazine, same criteria.
I do also have a French Manhurin .22 PP magazine that I would consider trading. Thanks!
 

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I've had good experience dealing with this dealer:
Although the link address does say "w-finger-rest" it is, as you can see, a flat-bottomed magazine.
 

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Try this one at first (OP asked about a PPK mag) => Walther PPK .32 ACP 7-Round Nickel Magazine ;)

OP: These mags were made by MecGar and also available in blued finish. They will do their job (MecGar is Walther's OEM). Cheapest way to buy a working mag. Sadly I don't know much about availability of TPH .22lr mags in the USA.
 

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You can try here, the prices seem OK.

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There have been other posts about TPH mags, but the conventional wisdom here is that .22 TPHs pistols are cheaper than .25s, but the mags are much more expensive. Oddly, the reverse is also true.
Mag Warehouse is a good vendor.
MecGars work fine with my wartime PPK.
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