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 1944 production pistol still without the signal pin and with the rare brown colored grips. 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 this one really pops!
TUE JUN 23 EXCEPTIONAL WALTHER PP PISTOL, 1944 WAFFENAMTED, MILITARY FINISH, RARE BROWN GRIPS, MINT CRISP!
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