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could you also help me id if it has any importation marks. I tried looking all over the internet and I can't find one that looks like this. and did they make nickel pp back then? wondering if it was worth the price I bought it for $600.

Thank you very much for helping
 

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Well, I don’t see any import marks. Does it say “67” on the chamber? If that’s what you’re asking about, Those are proof marks, not import marks. That’s the year it’s made. “West Germany” means pre unification. It DOESN’T say Interarms.

What exactly are you looking for? It’s a nice old gun, likely shoots well. I really can’t tell if it’s been refinished. If it’s factory, good price. If it’s refinished, eh, ok price.
 

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The proof is Ulm 1967. The country of origin added, but no other importer marks, indicates a commercial import by Walther or an authorized agent.

I'm not familiar with the history of factory nickel plating either. Looks good.
 

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The user manual that came with my 1976 PP says ,among other things, that chromium plating was an option... could that be chrome or is it definitely Nickel?


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