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My mystery Walther PP

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by ApacheCoTodd, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. ApacheCoTodd

    ApacheCoTodd Well-Known Member

    Not being a Walther aficionado, I hope someone can point me to a Walther oriented page which might have the various markings for these pistols. I'm hoping that even with such light remaining markings - if I can see what it might be, there's a chance I can figure this pistols markings out by comparison of what is still there.

    It's a 7.65 and serial number 1237** P if that give a heads-up in any way.

    I doubt there's much collectibility to it so I'm thinking to work it over as a CCW alternative to the Sig 230SL when my wife pinches it from time to time.

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  2. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

  3. ApacheCoTodd

    ApacheCoTodd Well-Known Member

    Thanks RC. Yup, those words match my ghosty markings fairly well though the proof marks have been deliberately and almost completely removed.
  4. Dr.Rob

    Dr.Rob Moderator Staff Member

    More likely a reblue after getting rid of a layer of pitting.. rusted from being stored in a holster maybe.
  5. ApacheCoTodd

    ApacheCoTodd Well-Known Member

    I definitely se that as the course of events in its life.

    Looks like it'll be a CCW after being gone through.

    1938 Walther... wonder where it's been...
  6. Jim K

    Jim K Well-Known Member

    Unless the serial number can be easily read, I would not carry that gun. If there is a problem, the cops will make hay about your "removing the serial number of the gun with criminal intent."

  7. Dr.Rob

    Dr.Rob Moderator Staff Member

    Serial # looks clear on the frame to me (if indeed the blurred out part by the user isn't polished out) it's the slide that's had the worst of it.
  8. ApacheCoTodd

    ApacheCoTodd Well-Known Member

    Seems like the serial number lucked out when this thing got walked into a polishing wheel. It is very clear and crisp though the photos don't show it.

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