What resources (internet and books) are out there that might help me improve my knowledge of these pistols since i am about to be the owner of one?
Regards and many thanks again, Crow Much obliged for your response.
The number is 389337 P, and directly below it is the AC maker code. Any help that can be offered would be greatly welcomed.
Walther's with the "ac" code were produced ONLY during WWII from "about" 1942 to Spring 1945.
It is a standard PP, there are no markings on it except for the serial number and maker code.
It has a rough war finish, and there is no Walther legend on the left side.
I have a Walther PP for sale, and I have a guy who wants to buy it, but he won't buy it unless I can prove that it is war time.
Pistols are not my strong point, so I need help dating this pistol.
The bore is pristine and it functions like it was new.
Came with a Walther banner magazine and original holster.
only) finish, 8 shot, one finger extension and one flat bottom mag., approx.
Model PPK/S Stainless - .32 ACP (new 1998) or .380 ACP cal., American manufacture, introduced July of 1983 West German Model PPK/S - .22 LR (disc. This recall applies to all Walther PPK and PPK/S pistols manufactured by Smith & Wesson from March 21, 2002, until February 3, 2009.
Hello, i am new to Walther pistols and am buying one with what appears to be a horizontal "N" with something (crown? If the guy is to [sic] lazy to do his own research and has no idea what he is looking at he will probably come back complaining anyway... So the question is, how much tolerance do you have in dealing with jerks?