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Turkish ppk clone?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Ddugan9, Apr 21, 2012.

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  1. Ddugan9

    Ddugan9 Member

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    Does anyone Know anything about this .380
     
  2. TennJed

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    I have a fondness for 380s. I am interested in seeing if anyone has any feedback on this
     
  3. bluethunder1962

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    I just bought a 32 pp that was made in france but it has lic excl walther on the side of it. The barrel is longer than regular ppk. Germany could not make wheapons after the war so they gave manurhin firearms the rights to them. It might be something like that.
     
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    Thanks for the info. Now is there any way to date the pistol there are no other marks on or under the grips
     
  6. balance 740

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    I don't know much about them, I just remember reading the linked thread on the Walther forum a while back.

    I would suggest asking this question on the Walther forum, as they may have more information about this pistol for you.
     
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    Thanks balance. I was wondering why the barrel was longer. My was a sweedesh(ever how you spell it) police gun.
     
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    Turk made

    It has been my experience that Turk pistols of late, have been very high quality.

    Their Beretta clone has been flawless for me.
     
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