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    Default Walther 9mm WITH PICTURES

    I would appreciate your input on a 9mm prewar (1939) Walther PP . The condition is very good and it comes with a correctly marked WWII holster and two correctly marked mags..The Mags are not marked Serial # to the Walther, but are correctly marked 9mm. (no finger rest)According to records, less than 4% (prewar and war time) were made in the 9mm kurtz. Can anyone give me a ball park?
    As always, thanks for any help,
    JoeIMG_0043.jpgIMG_0042.jpgIMG_0041.jpgIMG_0040.jpgIMG_0039.jpg
    JOSEPH MAY

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    Always nice and important to see some pictures before we say anything...

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    congrats on a rare bird. I can't give you exact numbers, my resource in Jan Still's Axis pistols only refer to the military and police. but based on those there were only 1,500 in 9mm out of a 84,000 procurement and none of the 14,500 police procurement are listed as 9mm. So if that is any indication, the amount produced maybe lower than the 4%. Congrats again and thanks for sharing.
    Sam.

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    Joe,
    Between 1933 and 1944 around 18 900 PPs were made in 9mm kurz. That means around 3.5 % of all the PPs.
    Best wishes,
    Dieter.

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