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    Default PP in .22LR

    Here's my Polizeipistole

    Made in France (Manurhin), under a German license (Walther), held by an American company (Interarms). Whatever it's lineage, I'm happy to have picked it up. It's in pretty much like new condition (with 2 magazines). I had to tweak the magazine I'm using to get it feed reliably. It's almost perfect now when downloaded one round and pretty good when fully loaded. Shoots to it's sights

    I think not bad looking for 58 years old!

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    Greg
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    That thing is a beauty. Nice you got all the paperwork too. I think that adds to the interest of any gun.
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    Looks near perfect condition to me. And damn fine for 58 years old.

    I'm glad you picked it up too.
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    One of the most desirable pistols one can own IMHO. Congrats on a beautiful find.
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    [QUOTE=gb6491;402171]......
    I think not bad looking for 58 years old!
    /QUOTE]

    Certainly has aged a lot better than my same age wife.

    That's a very, very nice gun!
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    I had an Iver Johnson TP22, a smaller clone of this gun, that shot good enough to be my carry gun for a while, 3-4 decades ago.
    My grip put the knuckle of my thumb in the path of the slide and I still have a scar there...
    2 other guys on my small bore rifle team had TP22's too, and we'd have impromptu "indoor matches" after our small bore matches...sometimes in the dark .
    Thanks for posting and jogging my memory,
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    Those .22 lr PPs have always seemed to be the perfect kit gun in my opinion.

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    All I can say is WOW WOW WOW!

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    I've always really appreciated PP series Walthers for their design and quality. Have not owned one, however. Not a fan of DA/SA in general, I was never quite able to get past their initial, long heavy DA trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gb6491 View Post
    Here's my Polizeipistole

    Made in France (Manurhin), under a German license (Walther), held by an American company (Interarms). Whatever it's lineage, I'm happy to have picked it up. It's in pretty much like new condition (with 2 magazines). I had to tweak the magazine I'm using to get it feed reliably. It's almost perfect now when downloaded one round and pretty good when fully loaded. Shoots to it's sights

    I think not bad looking for 58 years old!

    Regards,
    Greg
    That is one beautiful gun. Just cool looking. Smooth, elegant. Sophisticated. Love it. What a shame, that I could only afford the BB gun replica.

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