Am new to the Walther Forum. Just bought a Model 2 and after reading many of the very helpful posts (and the video!) wanted to ask about a few differences on my gun. I understand the "K" in the serial number likely indicates later manufacture. I was intrigued by several things when I bought this rifle. Note the stock "veers" to the right. It does not go straight back. Hope photos show that well enough. How common is this? Did Walther sell specifically right hander and left hander stocked rifles? Also note there is a forward and a rear scope mount I thought was really neat. Looks factory. Anyone have one of these with the actual scope mounts and scope? Would like to know what I should start hunting for. On the right side of the barrel, after the Crown/B /U /G there appears a numeral "57" and possible an m/r (?). What does that mean? Barrel is 24 3/8" or 62 cm. Left side I assume that is an elaborate commercial manufacturer eagle proof specific to Walther before the C/N and Nitro script? No waffenamts. I ordered recoil springs from W.C. Wolff based on a previous thread (THANKS for that head's up!). 5 round mag feeds snap caps very well, but will order a new one from Earl Sheehan for the range. Hope the photos for above work, and added a few more photos based on what I saw requested from other threads. Thanks for the help!