Walther's PPKs .22lr

Walther's PPKs .22lr

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    Walther's PPKs .22lr

    I was fortunate enough to come across one of these today, it came home with me.

    1 standard 10 rd mag, I've found a retailer where I can get more NIB for 89 or the originals post war type for 38.00. It's not the one in the picture posted, but it's the same size/type gun shown here but in 22lr.

    It's no collector, the back and front straps are almost in the "white" with wear. I'm thinking this one deserves a threaded barrel . Absolutely reliable is their reputation. If it gets to that, I'll sell the Walther p22 [ it's threaded as well ].

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    22lr walther ppk/s are a rare bird, even if its not in the best of shape.
    Most I have seen either in person or via the net are in the 1200 buck range. Now those are 98% too so your mileage may vary.
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    What a wonderful find! Don't reblue it as that will hurt collector value. I think it is cool though that you are going to add a silencer.

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    Not sure what era PPK 22LR you have but one of my coworkers picked one up that was WWII era original german issued gun. I think he gave over 3K for it.

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    Great find
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    Yep, real nice find. Congrats.
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    Thanks for the comments folks.

    This one will stay original, it's a manhurin [ france ] made ppk/s. Not sure on the date of manufacture, but I'd guess the 70's, maybe the 80's.

    I got this one for 300.00, well worth that even with the blued condition problems on the front and back strap. The rest of the gun would rate 90+%.

    Tomorrow I order the threaded barrel and extra mags

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    If it is a Manhurin gun, it is most likely an early to mid 50's era gun. It is, of course, twice the gun that your P22 is. It is a shooter so shoot it. It will have no collector value to speak of in the condition you describe. You have a nice little gun at a good price. Enjoy.

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    Thanks for the information on this ones potential date of manufacture Hoot.

    When I talk to Earls this morning about mags and a threaded barrel, I'm going to try to determine the possible vintage with him as well.

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    I've got two 10 rd mags coming and an extended barrel that I need to get threaded to 1/2x28 then put on the gun. The owner of AxEx of Az here Welcome to AZEXARMS.COM - Quality...No Apologies. is not only a good shooting partner but very capable of performing the work when I get it.

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