11/5/20 - This is a minty example of a Walther PP that was issued to the Third Reich Banking System in 1930. It has bank-issued features such as the painted sights and panographed slide. This gun is extremely early, within the first 5,000 PP's ever made. It also has early Walther features such as the 90 degree safety, extended barrel, and weighted grips. The gun comes with one matching magazine that was numbered at the bank arsenal. The gun is in minty condition, retaining about 98% of its original finish. There is very minor muzzle wear and a few very small spots on the back strap. The grips are excellent but the left panel has a little separation from the metal insert (typical). It comes with a matching black finger extension magazine. The bore is near mint.