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Walther PP .32 ACP

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This is not the James Bond gun, but instead has a steel back strap and a longer barrel. Workmanship was outstanding on this well-preserved sample from the early 1970s. Collectors would love it. We have no idea what the Bepo Br. Nr. 19 stands for, though we guess it's from some police agency of long ago.

Walther PP .32 ACP

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Home Defense
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Disassembly of the PP was extremely easy. The trigger guard is pulled down and pushed to the side to keep it open, and the slide is pulled all the way back and eased forward. Inner workmanship was also outstanding on this Walther.

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