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  1. DRP (Deutsche Reichspost) PPK Rundown, Brief History, and How to Spot a Fake

     

    DRP (Deutsche Reichspost) PPK Rundown, Brief History, and How to Spot a Fake

     

    DRP Marked PPKs

    Hey, guys, and welcome to another of our educational videos we're going to be talking about another variation of PPs and PPKs. Now, if you've been watching, I actually call it a book, a video book, but on YouTube, they call it a playlist. I'm going to have about 30 or more chapters just going over all of the variations. Also, there'll be a summary sheet for each chapter. Today, if you look at our summary sheet, you're going to see that we're going to be talking about DRP Marked PPKs.

     

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  2. A WWII Mauser Kriegsmarine to Remember

     

    A WWII Mauser Kriegsmarine to Remember

     

    WWII Era HSC

    Hey guys, and welcome to another walk-in Wednesday. I have a really cool gun to show you today. I think you're going to like it. This one did walk in recently, and what makes it special first of all it's in the HSC World War II era, HSC. We've probably shown you these before done other videos on HSCs. What makes this one really special is that it was issued to the Kriegsmarine that symbol is the Kriegsmarine the M on the bottom stands for marine, which is Navy, War Navy Kriegsmarine.

     

    How can you Tell if your HSC is a Kriegsmarine Gun?

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  3. Did Nazi's hold the Biathlon? The Tyrolean Walther PP Sure Thinks So

     

    Did Nazi's hold the Biathlon? The Tyrolean Walther PP Sure Thinks So

     

     

    Walther Variation Check List (Email us)

    Hey, guys, and welcome to another one of our educational videos as part of my series on pre-1946 Walther PPs and PPKs, I'm going through all the variations, and it's going to become a video book which you'll be able to watch on YouTube. And also, we have a summary sheet of each of the variations. So you want to make sure you send away for that. Contact us by email, and we'll send that to you. 

     

    Walther Tyrolean PP the Shooting Prize

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  4. Engraved Krieghoffs A Wondrous Piece of Art

     

    Engraved Krieghoffs A Wondrous Piece of Art

     

    Life Fact: 2 Engraved Krieghoffs are Better than 1

    Hey guys, welcome to another walk-in Wednesday. This is a pretty exciting hobby, really, and I love doing these videos because it really spreads the word to a whole new group of people. Let me give you an example of that. Probably a couple of months ago, if you look at one of our earlier videos and I encourage you to go back if you subscribe or go back, look at “Legacy Collectibles, Engraved Krieghoff” you'll see that we did a video on this engrave Krieghoff and very, very rare gone 1 of 10.

     

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  5. The Singer 1911 a Really Well Made, Special Gun

     

    The Singer 1911 a Really Well Made, Special Gun

     

    Singer, Rarer than Some Precious Stones?

    Hey, guys, welcome to another walk-in Wednesday. Today, I have a rare opportunity for you to see some really, really rare guns. In fact, I want to get this done right away as soon as these guns came in the door. I want to get them back out the door because I'm scared to even have possession of them for even one day. These are two and a half singers, the 1911A1, which generally World War 2 variation versus 1911 from World War 1. But the singer is a very, very rare gun. Some of you are already very, very aware of that.

     

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  6. Does Collecting Nazi Memorabilia Make Me a Bad Person? A Topic Explored through the Eyes of the BNZ Radom.

     

    Does Collecting Nazi Memorabilia Make Me a Bad Person? A Topic Explored through the Eyes of the BNZ Radom.

     

    (Brief)Table of Contents

    Part I: BNZ the Gun Itself

    Part II: Why Collect Nazi Memorabilia? Should I feel guilty about it?

     

    Part I: BNZ the Gun Itself

     

    Intro: BNZ Radoms and its History 

    Hey, guys, and welcome to another walk-inn Wednesday.

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  7. Unique Story of a Nazi SS Engraved Gun from Buchenwald Concentration Camp

     

    Story of How a Nazi SS Engraved Gun from Buchenwald Concentration Camp got to Us 

      

    1937 Engraved Walther PP

    Hey, guys, welcome to another walk-in Wednesday. I have a really exciting find for you guys. Like other videos that I've done, this one didn't actually walk in. I picked this up at a gun show from a friend; I knew ahead of time because I actually used to own this gun. It's a phenomenal find and actually a very sobering story. This is an engraved Walther PP from 1937. And it comes in this shoulder, aka shoulder holster.

     

    Brief History of this Engraved

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  8. How Do I Know If My PPK or PP is Commercial or Military? | WW2 Pre-1946 Walther Pistol Variations

    Tom explains the difference between commercially sold Walther PP and PPK pistols, and military issued PP and PPK pistols. A very helpful & educational video for those who want to learn more about these historic WW2 weapons. 

     

    How do I know if my Walther PPK or PP is Commercial or WW2 Military?

     

    Walther PPs and PPKs

    Hey, guys, I have another educational video for you today. But first, check this out. You'll notice I don't have the boring pullover. I now have the classy button-down. We hired a designer to come up with these. Actually, Randy, where do we get these? Was at Wal-Mart. But yeah, I got I upgraded my shirt. Hope you like it. Make sure you push the like button so I can

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  9. WW2 British SWIFT Royal Air Force Training Rifle

    We shoot balloons with an original WW2 British Royal Air Force Training Rifle - the original Call of Duty game! Shooting Balloons with a WW2 British Swift Royal Air Force Training Rifle!

    Training Rifles: WWII British Swift Air Force Version 

     

    Swift British Training Rifle Intro

    Hey guys, or if you're below the Mason-Dixon Line, hey y’all. Today I am going to talk about a walk in that came in actually last week. I think it was Wednesday. So, we'll call it a walk-in Wednesday. It is a Swift British Training rifle, probably never saw one before they're kind of rare. Actually, they made 16,000 of them. But in my mind, why the heck would anybody bring this thing home? It's actually a non-rifle its non-firing rifle, it is used for training, and we're g

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  10. Reichsbank Walther PPK - RFV Pistols from WW2

    Tom shows off a nice Reichsbank issued Walther PPK, and gives a little explanation on this RFV variation of pistol made during WWII.

     

     

    Unique WWII Reichsbank Issued Walther PPK Insight

    Hey, welcome back. Today, I'm doing a part of our educational series on Walter PPs. and PPKs. These are all wartime or before the early Walther pre-1946. One of the variations that are not well known is the bank guns. Now, I'll show you some examples and you might ask how do we know it was a bank gun? Excellent question. Let me show you.

     

    Reichsbank Walther Pistols

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