Walther PP 7.65 Browning (.32ACP) Post WWII - Fair to Good Condition

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32 ACP
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3.9 in
Introducing the iconic Walther PP 7.65 Browning (.32 ACP) Pistol, renowned for its precision engineering and rich heritage. Packaged with one official magazine, this firearm epitomizes both impeccable craftsmanship and unrivaled functionality. Whether you're an avid collector with a keen eye for historic weaponry or an enthusiast seeking a trustworthy sidearm, the Walther PP in .32 ACP merges a sense of timelessness with outstanding performance.
What stands out immediately regarding these firearms is their preservation state. At a glance, and largely owing to the bluing, one might regard them as Very Good. However, a closer inspection under proper lighting reveals some corrosion or rust patches, especially on the back strap and front strap. There's a similar dotted pattern of corrosion on the slide. Although I'm not deeply versed in firearms restoration, a visit to WaltherForums.com led me to this enlightening discussion on addressing rust spots on the PP model: Link.
In terms of operation, these pistols live up to the high standards one would anticipate from a German-made Walther PP. The bores on the specimens I've examined are in pristine condition. As for the magazines, they bear authentic markings, ranging from the signature Walther logo to inscriptions like 'Walther over PP 7.65mm'.
These firearms are not just tools but prized collectibles. Such an assortment hasn't been available for purchase in recent memory. Stay updated on our offerings by visiting our website, tuning into our YouTube channel, or subscribing to our C&R email list. We're constantly curating a range of unique collector items that will be unveiled soon. Also, please note that while these items are C&R Eligible, orders from California must be shipped to a registered FFL dealer.
  • Manufactured by Ulm.
  • C&R Eligible
  • Comes with Factory Magazine
  • Post War

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  • 5
    Walter PP post WWII

    Posted by Michael on Jan 9th 2024

    I received my Walter PP which was made in 1963 so nearly as old as I am, it has some mild surface rust which all cleaned off with a little gun solvent and a bronze bore brush. Bore is excellent! I disassembled it and found all components to function perfectly. I cant wait to shoot it! Thank you so much!

  • 5
    Walther PP

    Posted by Bill Harrison on Dec 30th 2023

    I am very please with this purchase as it shoots perfectly. Other than holster rubs and a few cosmetic dings, it is well worth the price. You guys are awesome as this shipped right away and is exactly what I wanted. Great job and thanks again.