Walther PP with WaA 7.65 mm EU DEACTIVATED
|Period:||20th - mid (WW II)|
This is a nice Walther PP, a semi-automatic firearm from WW2.
The letters PP stand for Polizei Pistole (police pistol) and is designed for the German police. It was during the second world war the standard weapon of the German Ordnungspolizei (Orpo). Pilots and nazi leaders often used the weapon because it is small.
After 1945, the weapon is little used.
It is a semi-automatic pistol (double-action trigger) and the cock did not need to be strained to fire. Though the sled first had to be pulled back, making the bullet be placed in the chamber.
Caliber 7.65 mm.
The weapon comes from WW II and has hallmarks of the waffenamt WaA with Eagle.
Serial number of the weapon is 249738P.
It is a chromed edition and the weapon can be yoked and dry-fired. The sled can be pulled back and can be taken apart.
This firearm is deactivated according to the rules of EU regulation 2015/2403. This allows you to possess this weapon in Europe, if you are 18 years or older. The weapon is delivered, without magazine, with the official deactivation certificate in English and in German.
The gun will be sent by registered mail is possible but shipping is only possible to an address in Europe.
The sale, purchase and possession of weapons are subject to national laws and regulations. Please familiarise yourself with the laws and regulations of your country before placing a bid. The sale of weapons to persons below the age of 18 is prohibited. By placing a bid, you declare that you are 18 years old or older.
|Member since:||November 3, 2013|
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United Kingdom||$ 29.93|
|United States||$ 41.90|
|Rest of Europe||$ 29.93|
|Rest of the World||$ 59.86|
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