This is my first post. I am interested in purchasing a P5C NIB. I contacted Earl's a few days ago, and the gentleman I spoke with said he had 85 in stock. He also said he had 2 or 3 of the L102A1's left. Now, the point of this post. The man said that Earl's Repair Service IS Walther Germany in the US. He went on to say that the P5Cs, in this case, are only German-marked, and when he needs more of them, the factory manufactures more for him. The P5Cs he has are NIB. He said that the P5C is a current gun, still being built and supported by Walther Germany. He said that it is Walther's "Bread-n-Butter" pistol. MY QUESTION: Is what this gentleman said TRUE??? I had it in my mind that the P5C was out of production and quickly becoming more of a collector's piece than a currently used/produced weapon. But, in a recent magazine I purchased (no more than three months ago) an article on Walther clearly states that the P5 and P5C are still in production. If so, why don't they appear on any Walther factory sites? What's the real story??? If I'm going to buy one of the P5Cs from Earl's, I want to know I'm dealing with folks that are honest about the products they're representing. Thanks.