5/19/16 - This is an ALMOST one of a kind Walther PPK. Marked for the NSKK (Transport Corp) M67. The eagle does not look the same as the ones on the Walther PP, but there are a couple others reported like this one. The is the only one we have ever seen or offered. It is on consignment from the same collector as the SA marked PPK. We have recorded 4 other NSKK marked PPK's like this one. One is in Germany or Austria, the other in Poland. (So the can never come into the US due to export restrictions). That leaves just two know examples in the U.S. So - extremely rare. The original finish on this gun is about 98-99%. The NSKK marking is fairly faint and under the finish. Grip is excellent as is the bore. It comes with a Walther banner, early magazine. M 67 stands for: Motorstandarte 67, located in Dortmund in Westfallen. The inscription was made by the local NSKK unit.
This variation was documented by John James in a Guns & Ammo photograph and John Pearson in the Feb. 1974 Guns & Ammo Magazine. According to Jan Still's Axis Pistol forum, John James, John Pearson, Joe Wotka, and Dieter H. Marshall have established the credibility of the NSKK Walther PPK. However, we have not seen documentation on this particular serial #'d PPK
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