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Anyone know anything about the http://www.gunsnstuff.net/html/walther_100.html

Seems interesting. If you couldn't get one of the "Last Editions" 125 year anniversary marked PPs, you could pick up one of these. I wonder how goood "Very Good" is


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Hmmmm... wasn't Walther recently offering a 'final run' of the all-German pistols in some sort of special packaging, or am I confusing that with this?

Truth be told, the reason I stumbled on the P99 is because I went looking for a PPK/s first, but I wouldn't mind having one of these in the collection some day.
 

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Yes, that was the "Final Edition" of the PP, last run ever of the real German made PPs.  A description and -warning- VERY large picture is at the bottom of this page:  

PP Final Edition

This 100 year anniversary version is not listed in the "Walther - German Legend" book.  Only the P5 100 year anniversary collector's edition.

I've actually not been able to find a picture of this 100 year anniversary PP.  Anyone got a picture of one?  I've seen one "used" advertised for up to $699, so FAC's price seems cheap


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There seems to be some weird things going on with the "100 Years" anniversary PP's. I have seen some with Gold lettering on them and then the ones like FAC are selling. The ones that FAC are selling seem to have come from Earl's. I wonder if he was authorized to make up some of his own "anniversary" PP's???
 
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Hello to all fellow Walther Fans! The PP 100yr Edition was made for the German market. All PP and PPK's made in 1986 in ULM carry the 100yr insciption. Not too many in USA. I have a NIB 100yr Edition with extended Walnut grips. A nice addition to any Walther collection! This looks to be the beginings of a great Board!! Erich
 

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Hi, welcome Mr. Marschall!

Glad to have you.

So that's interesting, all of the 1986 models were inscribed that way, so presumably, there's no great collecter value to them unless they are NIB? No limited production and such unless the special gold inscribe P5 or p38 models?

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