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 Post subject: Re: pawn shop rescue
PostPosted: Wed Feb 27, 2013 6:05 pm 
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:great: very nice Tom.
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I like a Walther as well, but I prefer the ones made somewhere outside the US.

Mine is as old as me.

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Mine is four years younger than me. Made the first production year after the 10 year Post WW2 Ban

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 Post subject: Re: pawn shop rescue
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Mine was made in 86 but the mag is a 56... also have two factory sealed mags still in the wrappers made in 88 but they are staying sealed :)

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 Post subject: Re: pawn shop rescue
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Mine was made in 86 but the mag is a 56... also have two factory sealed mags still in the wrappers made in 88 but they are staying sealed :)

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another great one Waltham. :cool:
now y'all are making me think I might need to go get me a P1. humm, guess the bride will be upset with me for a while. UNLESS.........I get her one too... :thinkin:

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Awwww, you guys are killing me with these pictures!

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Awwww, you guys are killing me with these pictures!

I know, they are awful aren't they. Going to talk to a man about another Walther in the morning. is $325 too much for a P1(or P38)?

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 Post subject: Re: pawn shop rescue
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325 is a good price on a P1, doubtful that you would find a P38 for that cheap. P1 is a very nice pistol, I wish I hadnt waited so many years to get one.

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I'd say the same thing, P1 yes, but you can get one from Wideners for the same price with a C&R, P38 grab it quick at that price, P38 goes for closer to twice+ that.

The thing I wonder about with these online companies is how they can stay in business when they never have any guns in stock? This is true even before the stupitity started. :dunno:

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Randy wrote:

The thing I wonder about with these online companies is how they can stay in business when they never have any guns in stock? This is true even before the stupitity started. :dunno:

Ive been wondering the same thing. Everybody is out of everything. How can they afford to pay their employees if they arent selling anything?

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 Post subject: Re: pawn shop rescue
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ok guys, good news and bad news.
Good news - My beautiful bride decided she did not want the PPK/S I bought last week. :D

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Bad news - She decided she does want the PPK that followed me home today :cry:

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Very nice! I never see guns like that.

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Very nice! I never see guns like that.

thanks ajole. I went to look at a P1 and a P38, ended up with the PPK instead. Damn this addiction! :roll:

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It appears the early cz series is a copycat design of the earlier PPK series because they are similar in appearance. :thinkin: And they also appear to field strip the same way. :dunno: Pull down the trigger guard, pull the slide back, lift the rear of the slide and then slide it forward and off the frame?

I like that gun too! ;) I like the smooth lines and solid metal look instead of the modern squared off and angular look, not to mention the cheap plastic look. :eeewww:

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good eye Randy. you are correct. " The PP and the PPK were among the world's first successful double action semi-automatic pistols that were widely copied, but still made by Walther. The design inspired other pistols, among them the Soviet Makarov, the Hungarian FEG PA-63, the Argentinian Bersa Thunder 380, the Spanish Astra Constable, and the Czech CZ50."
The guy I boguht this PPK from had a Manurhin PP on his side but wouldn't come off it (DAMNIT!) Lord knows I tried. :(

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Well, Maybe not a good eye, I have a CZ82 and I love it. I don't the 9x18 though. Not the round itself but the availability or lack of. When they come up for sale on the interwebz is usually when I don't have any money and when I have the money there's none available, at least at a reasonable price. :dunno: So I'm on the lookout for empty brass and boolits so I can reload. But these days even those are few and far between. To bad I can't shoot 9x17 through it. :wow: :hmmm:

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