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Hi everyone,

I recently bought this Zella Mehlis Walther PP serial 14721xP.
This is not a military weapon.
It has the crown/n proof marks.
It came in a carton box, which I think is original.
Magazine is not original, it's a manurhin

But the serial is a bit strange..
I checked the website Pistolen der deutschen Wehrmacht but there's nothing in the 147xxxP range..

Can someone provide more info about this pistol?







 

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donp326, it's the same table OP found (and posted) himself. Check his link...

Tim, there are several lists out there and yes, they differ a bit. You have to know, that only 2% of PP-series guns made by Walther/ZM were actually known and listed, that allows minor differences. The original records got lost after WWII.

Acc. your serial numer your gun was probably made in late 1938.
 

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Could be also a Danish contract PP, the early ones were not marked Rplt and they have also a lanyard ring.
 

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Could be also a Danish contract PP, the early ones were not marked Rplt and they have also a lanyard ring.
Hi everyone,

I recently bought this Zella Mehlis Walther PP serial 14721xP.
This is not a military weapon.
It has the crown/n proof marks.
It came in a carton box, which I think is original.
Magazine is not original, it's a manurhin

But the serial is a bit strange..
I checked the website Pistolen der deutschen Wehrmacht but there's nothing in the 147xxxP range..

Can someone provide more info about this pistol?







Hello, and happy you got such a rare piece of mechanics.
I recently got a PP22LR Zella Mehlis in very good shape with serial number 144xxxP, also manufactured in 1938 according to Marshall list.
Unfortunately, I got only one old magazine. Does somebody know where I could get a spare magazine and at the least a spare spring ?
 

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The 'new' Umarex mags won't fit. As you are from Belgium try German eGun. The pre or postwar mags made by Walther or Manurhin will fit.
 
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