2/5/21 - This is an excellent example of a Walther PP sold in the commercial market in 1938. It is all matching and has the proper "Crown N" proofs. The gun has retained about 95% of its original bluing. There are areas of minor wear around the muzzle, high edges of the slide, a few small spots on the front strap, and at the base of the back strap. There is some very light freckling here and there most noticeable on the straps. It comes with excellent grips and a wartime finger extension magazine. The bore is minty except for a very slight, almost un-noticeable, bulge in the barrel near the muzzle.