In 98% mint crisp condition we have a prime example of a German WW2 Army issued Military Finish WaA359 Waffenamted Walther PP Pistol. This is a 1943 production pistol still with the signal pin and a well executed finish, not as roughly made as the 1944 guns. This version of the PP is referred to by collectors as Variation 4 and it is estimated that 66,000 were produced making this the most widely produced German made 7.65mm pistol of the war. The pistol is all matching with a mint bore. It more than likely was liberated from a depot at the end of the war due to the extremely fine condition. This is a must have for any serious Walther or German WW2 pistol collector.
THUR MAY 7, EXCEPTIONAL WALTHER PP PISTOL, MID WAR WAFFENAMTED, MILITARY FINISH, MINT CRISP!
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