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Greetings,

I just joined the forums and I am hoping someone can help me identify this Walther I inherited. I believe it is a PPK but it has no markings or serial number other than a Crown in a Circle on the slide. Take a look at the pictures and let me know what you think. Any help is appreciated.

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Neil
 

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It’s not a real gun. It looks like some of the original Japanese air soft from the 60’s. I can’t remember the names they were sold under. I’ve got one stuck somewhere
 

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They are cool and collectible in their own right. I might be interested if you wanted to sell it.
 

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Here’s mine in a real PPK box. With real PPK grips made of fake pearl. LOL. And I’d like to sell the box BTW. I’m sure it listed in the trading post section.
 

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Mystery solved I guess. I figured out how to open it up and it is definitely not a real Walther. The barrel is screwed to the frame. Still not sure how it functioned but there you go. Thank you to all who replied.
 

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Take the grips off and see if there is any manufacturer information there. If you had that you could probably find some “ammo “ for it on eBay.
 
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