2/5/21 - This is a very nice example of a Walther PPK issued to the Nazi military in 1943. It is matching and has the proper "Waffen 359" military proofs. For these guns, it is hard to say how much finish loss there is, because these wartime finishes tend to be thinner by nature. In any case, the finish appears to be thin throughout. There is spotty wear on the front strap and spotty wear here and there. Our best guess on the finish is roughly 85-90%. It comes with an excellent black wartime grip and a wartime magazine. The bore is near-mint.