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Topic: Manurhin (walther) ppk

Anyone interested in a PPK? It's comes with a certificate from the Birmingham proof house. I bought this one with a plan to create a wall display, but I'm using one I've had for a long long time as it has more wear and patina, the Manurhin just looks too unused. Pm me for more details and pictures.

Last edited by Chriscoop (8th Aug 2019 07:47)

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Hi. Chris

Any pictures?

Cheers  ajb007/bond

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Bond44 wrote:

Hi. Chris

Any pictures?

Cheers  ajb007/bond

Sure is, I'll leave these here and pm you some more details if you like?
https://i.postimg.cc/CRyB0whw/20190807-203734.jpg

https://i.postimg.cc/7C9fS7gL/20190807-203826.jpg

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That’s not a PPKS you loon, it’s a PPK which obviously is more desirable to Bond collectors.

Of all the people that should know that, obviously talking politics with Higgins has frazzled your brain too.

Last edited by Asp9mm (8th Aug 2019 06:53)

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Asp9mm wrote:

That’s not a PPKS you loon, it’s a PPK which obviously is more desirable to Bond collectors.

Of all the people that should know that, obviously talking politics with Higgins has frazzled your brain too.

ajb007/lol obviously you are absolutely correct, talk about an embarrassing brain fart. Thank you Asp

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Asp9mm wrote:

That’s not a PPKS you loon, it’s a PPK which obviously is more desirable to Bond collectors.

Of all the people that should know that, obviously talking politics with Higgins has frazzled your brain too.

ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol  @You Loon!

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Asp9mm wrote:

That’s not a PPKS you loon, it’s a PPK which obviously is more desirable to Bond collectors.

Of all the people that should know that, obviously talking politics with Higgins has frazzled your brain too.

ajb007/lol  ajb007/lol

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Hi Chris,

Thanks but as it’s a PPK I will pass as I already have one mit silencer, but a good catch for any collector I would say.

Good luck with the sale!

Cheers  ajb007/bond

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Bond44 wrote:

Hi Chris,

Thanks but as it’s a PPK I will pass as I already have one mit silencer, but a good catch for any collector I would say.

Good luck with the sale!

Cheers  ajb007/bond

Cheers Mate, yes I know you have one, can't explain why I put ppks  ajb007/lol maybe as I'd been messing about with mine just before I posted  ajb007/confused
Enjoy your downtime Bond44

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Some extra info on the ppk for  sale, I'm looking for around £250, this includes delivery, and is substantially cheaper than any I've seen for sale recently.To find out more about the Manurhins involvement with manufacturing Walther firearms you can click this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walther_PP
Or ask Donk or Asp.
https://i.postimg.cc/zyPnF0vP/20190807-203811.jpg

https://i.postimg.cc/Ny3mWF16/20190807-203718.jpg

https://i.postimg.cc/RW8gZM7F/20190807-203655.jpg

https://i.postimg.cc/7G1990pG/20190807-203734.jpg

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This is a bargain, it’s in perfect condition and a rare piece of Bond history.  Essentially, this is the variant of PPK that Bond would have carried in the novels.  Also a must for Dalton and TLD fans.  Spur mags can be picked up for this at DWSUK or D&B for around £30.  I’m tempted myself, but I must easily have 25+ PPK’s at least.  Cue Higgins to say something dumb....

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Asp9mm wrote:

  Also a must for Dalton and TLD fans.

Ok, I am out  ajb007/biggrin

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Higgins wrote:
Asp9mm wrote:

  Also a must for Dalton and TLD fans.

Ok, I am out  ajb007/biggrin

And you never disappoint  ajb007/lol

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Asp9mm wrote:

This is a bargain, it’s in perfect condition and a rare piece of Bond history.  Essentially, this is the variant of PPK that Bond would have carried in the novels.  Also a must for Dalton and TLD fans.  Spur mags can be picked up for this at DWSUK or D&B for around £30.  I’m tempted myself, but I must easily have 25+ PPK’s at least.  Cue Higgins to say something dumb....

Once again on the money Asp, thanks for your interest. This pistol was originally in a display I had alongside a Makarov with red star grips in an aluminium twin pistol case. I myself have a further ppk and a ppks, since my little boy took too much of an interest in my display I had to remove them and it's just been sat in the case locked away. My new display will feature the other ppk which is in very worn condition, so for me will look great in a box frame hung on the wall. The money from this sale is going towards a hybrid turbo for my QoS alfa romeo 159, so it has a better chance of keeping up with a DB9.

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Now Sold, thanks for the interest everyone.

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Chris

In its new home. Grips and cartridge ordered

Cheers
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