Walther PPK and Seecamp .32

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    Walther PPK and Seecamp .32

    I have a co-worker who has a Walther ppk .380 and Seacamp .32 both are 12-14 years old used but no way abused. What is a fair price to pay for each of these?

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    The PPK would probably fetch 350, now the Seecamp, due to it's scarcity and the demand could go for up to 1000. I've seen them even higher.
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    Seecamp .32 - depends on the exact condition. $4 to $500 - more for NIB around here.

    Seecamp .380 - BIG BUCKS at $1,000+ & up to $1,500 NIB w/ a couple of extra mags.

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    The seacamp is a .32 and the ppk is a 380. Did seacamp start out making handguns in his/a garage? My uncles serial number is his initals and shield #.

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    My Seecamp LWS .32 with a personalized serial number was in the $500.00 range. That includes shipping to my local gun store. That was NIB, should be somewhat similar for used just because of the waiting time for a new Seecamp. BTW I love my Seecamp.

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    Hitchking, we were in Brownie's class together. Forget the PPK; the .32 Seecamp has a definite place. Go $400 -no more.

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    To $$ Both guns have been sitting for safekeeping at the gun store for the last 4+ years while co-worker is going thru divorce. Probley going to go on for another year. Did not want to be accused of threating soon to be ex with guns. Thinking about buying both $500.00-$600.00. You are loving the Glock?

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    A 14 year old Seecamp can still fetch $400. New, they run about $450 plus whatever FFL fees you pay.

    The Walther PPK can run a huge range of prices and it is hard to say what price is fair based on what info you supplied. The ubiqutous stainless S&W and Interarms will sell for around $500. German made will go for more; about $600 and up. Blued and in good shape starts at around $600.
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    I picked up both guns yesterday from gunstore. Now on the quest for ammo. I believe the seacamp only uses Winchester silver tip 32. I paid $400.00 for both guns.

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    Checkout the Seecamp forums. Silvertips are good. That's mostly all I'll feed my LWS380. Ammo is hard to find but I started stocking up about two years ago when I first ordered my Seecamp. It was a long wait but well worth it. Oh and check Matt Del Fatti's site. He still has some nice PH-3 pocket holsters left. He is an incredible holster maker and there are usually long waits on these. I have both a black alligator and a black elephant PH-3 and they were worth every penny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HITCH KING View Post
    - - - - Snip - - - - I paid $400.00 for both guns.
    Wow! Excellent buy. Congratulations on your new pistols.

    Plus one on the advice of going to the Seecamp Forum. Lots of LWS .32 specific info, tips, and advice there for you.
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