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Most folks think that the Eagle over N is a Nazi stamp, and has some sort of military connotation. In fact it does not.

If the weapon had been made for/accepted by the German military, the weapon would be marked with a "waffenampf", in the case of Walther this would be a Wa359 marking.

I have not seen a trigger guard marked with the Eagle/N proff mark. These are normally found in three places on the Walther PP/PPk: the frame (barrel shroud, seen through the ejector port), the slide (right side, below ejector port) and the barrel.

A lanyard ring may have been offered as an accessory.
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