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price range of post war era Walther PPKs?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by David S, Apr 3, 2003.

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  1. David S

    David S Member

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    What is a good asking price for a like new, post war era (1964ish) Walther PPK in .32 that has its original box that is also in really good shape? like this one
     

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    Post over at http://boards.rennlist.com/cgi-bin/pp-k/pp-k.pl?index

    Those guys can give you a good range. You will need to give a little more info, such as: Does it have an importer's mark? Describe all markings on slide, bbl, frame and magazine. Amount of original finish. Does it have the manual? Does it have the factory test target? What color are the grips? Markings on the grips. Grip material type.

    If you post the SN and ask Dieter Marschall he'll date it for you.

    Pre-68 PPK's as a rule bring some good change. I've seen price ranges from 400-1000 depending on markings, caliber, box condition, manual, test target, cleaning equipment, etc.
     
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