SOLD - Minty 1945 Walther PP - GI Assembled
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385698p - 11843
9/8/20 - This is a MINTY example of a GI put-together gun that was taken from the Walther factory in April of 1945. The mixed serial numbers and the lack of any proof marks are the main indicators of the GI assembled guns. Original finish rates about 99% with an excellent bore. The slide has a few small areas of very light freckling. The grips are late war, and the magazine with finger extension could easily been picked up at the factory in April of 1945. The right grip panel has a slight blemish at the very bottom. These guns which mismatched parts, are a known and desirable variation of Walther PP. The slide legend is blank, but the reverse side is AC marked which is the code for the Walther factory. Comes in 7.65. If you havent seen the video, we have a history on what happened to Walther at the end of the war. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8ZlIvBo_2c
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