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I came across these for cheap at a Local Gun Show so I took a swing.Any info on them is greatly appreciated.As You can see they aren’t actually White,More of a Ivory.They are heavier than the standard Black Grips and fit my PPK/S .32 Perfectly.
 

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Ivory they ain't (mold marks on the back) but they are simply beautiful. Perhaps bakelite rather than current plastic?

If you get bored with them, let us know!
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Well they were offered on pre-war Walther PPs, so I don't see why the option would not have been available on engraved blued PP in the post-war period. They are handsome grips and the Walther banner is trademarked.
 

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I came across these for cheap at a Local Gun Show so I took a swing.Any info on them is greatly appreciated.As You can see they aren’t actually White,More of a Ivory.They are heavier than the standard Black Grips and fit my PPK/S .32 Perfectly.
Way to to Carbondrz.....they DO look good....Who cares where or who made them....sounds like the price was right, they fit your pistol and you like em'. That's all that matters.
 

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Always like the dried milk knobs in a VW Beetle, and ivory (real or imagined) grips on handguns.
The OP's grips look factory and fit just fine. What's not to like?
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Maybe issued to the Ski Troops similar to our 10th Mountain’s Snow Dragon stocks? :rolleyes:
Off topic but in a similar vein; local shop had a Topper top break with a chrome receiver and a camoed everything else....
We now return to our regular scheduled programming...
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