Here is a Walther PPK/S stainless that came to us from Smith & Wesson channels. It is one of the last Walthers, we are told, that will bear Smith & Wesson’s markings including the PPK/S-1 first engineering change suffix. Correct Product code is VAH38001; this Walther, however, is marked V6H38001. That indicates what we call demo status, usually a sales rep’s sample or trade show display piece. Surface detractions are minimal, principally faint edge contact buffing, so we classify this PPK/S as Excellent in Box. Photos, at any rate, ought to suffice for our distinguished shoppers to judge finish grade for themselves. As far as the basic pistol, we cannot tell any difference in quality between it and its Interarms ancestors. Features of the PPK and PPK-S include a firing pin safety, manual safety with decocking function, double action and single action trigger and extended beaver tail grip frame strut. Type is traditional double- and single-action semi-auto, long smooth double action pull on the first shot from a resting hammer position, and then, on our photo specimen, a crisp 5 3/4 pound single action trigger pull with minimal felt creep on subsequent shots until the shooter chooses to end the firing session by engaging the main safety which decocks the pistol. Caliber is .380 ACP. Grips are classic checkered black synthetic with Walther banner; construction is entirely stainless steel; barrel is 3.35 inch; sights are red dot front and contrast red bar fixed rear; capacity is 7+1 rounds; both magazines are new Replacement blue steel Mec-Gars, and Mec-Gar is the manufacturer for current production Walthers anyway. Any ammunition showing in our photos is NOT included. Weight empty is a light 22.4 ounces. This pistol is every bit as good, or even better, than any of the Interarms Walthers, since it will digest sharp nosed hollow point ammunition like the Federal Hydra-Shok. It is a testament, as well, to the mechanical expertise of the Smith & Wesson factory workers in Houlton, Maine, who also brought us the 422/622 series of pistols. This pistol comes in its original factory box with fired brass envelope, instruction manual, and both magazines. Bore, chamber, and mechanism are all bright and clean. We do not believe it has been fired since it left the factory. Replacement price on this pistol in our area is upwards of $800.00, if a person can even find one. We're offering the PPK/S Stainless in the photos, however, for only $ 619.00. Not transferable to civilian residents of California or the District of Colombia. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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