8/6/20 - This is a WW2 Walther PPK pistol, issued to the Nazi Army around 1942. This gun would likely have been issued to an officer. It is all matching and has the proper "Waffen 359" Nazi military acceptance proofs. Given its military finish, the bluing is difficult to rate. Our best guess is that it has retained about 92-93% of its original bluing. There is minor thinning on both sides of the slide and on the front strap. There are small spots of discoloration on both sides of the slide and minor freckling here and there. There is somewhat spotty wear on the front strap and stippling on the left side of the slide. It comes with a very nice black grip. There are just a few small hairline cracks. It comes with a period-correct magazine. The bore is very nice - shiny with good rifling with just minor frosting in the grooves.