7/26/21 - This is a terrific example of a scarce Walther Model 2 with an interesting history. It comes with a capture document indicating it was brought back by Dorothy Rutherford of the Women's Army Corps, which we believe is the first such example we've offered. WAC units were known to have captured many handguns, whether as a keepsake or for those that were not issued a 1911A1. There were only 19,000 Model 2 pistols produced, and this is one of the nicest you'll see. It has about 98% of the original blue remaining with just some minor wear/patina on the back of the slide/frame. Strong, shiny bore. Minty grips with minimal handling wear. The listing also includes the custom display stand in the photos.