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My Super which is an 11K SN has a 75 before the antler. A 44K SN has to be pretty late production gun as they only made them during the 70s and didn't sell many. I love mine. It's one of those rare guns that when you shoot it once you have to have one.
 

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JimBob nailed it - an underappreciated Walther that is fun to shoot, and highly addictive (I just got my 9th one last week).
 
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Naw, I typically have two keepers at any given moment, one in each caliber. Sometimes I see a deal or a way to upgrade something like OEM wood grips, which are scarce.
 
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Yes sir. Totally sure. The slide and frame have the same serial except the serial on the frame is followed by the capitol letter A. It was imported by Interarms, Alexandria VA. Made in W. Germany. The made by stamp reads "Carl Walther Waffenfabrik Ulm/Do. Modelling POOl.9mm Kurtz".
 

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Stupid auto correct.

Modell PPCol.9mmkurtz
Are you sure you have a PP Super and not just a PP? If it’s in 9mm kurz, the slide inscription should look like the attached snips.
 

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