7/3/20 - DRP marked PPKs were issued to postal Inspectors, and are fairly rare. This one was manufactured in 1937 and has a DRP marking on the left side of the frame. It has retained between 85-90% of its original finish. There are streaks of bluing loss around the muzzle and along both sides of the slide (see photos). There are a few surface scratches here and there. The brown grip is in good condition, but there are hairline cracks on the left and right side and a pressure fracture at the top of the spine (typical). It comes with a proper banner-only magazine and a period-correct PPK holster. The holster is in decent condition but there are scuffs and scratches throughout, and The stitching is almost completely missing on the belt loop. The bore is very nice - strong rifling.