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WALTHER
Current manufacturer established in 1886, and currently located in Ulm, Germany 1953 to date. Sport and Defense models are currently imported by Walther Arms, Inc. located in Fort Smith, AR. Previously imported, distributed, and manufactured (Models PPK and PPK/S only) by Smith & Wesson circa 2002-2012, and located in Springfield, MA. Walther target pistols and target rifles are distributed by Champions Choice located in La Vergne, TN. All target, competition and service pistols are also currently imported, distributed, and factory serviced by Earl's Repair Service, Inc., located in Tewksbury, MA since 1984, and in Pearisburg, VA beginning 2012. Previously imported and distributed 1998-2001 by Walther USA LLC, located in Springfield, MA, and by Interarms located in Alexandria, VA circa 1962-1999. Previously manufactured in Zella-Mehlis, Germany 1886 to 1945. Walther was sold to Umarex Sportwaffen GmbH circa 1994, and company headquarters are located in Arnsberg, Germany. Smith & Wesson was the primary distributor for most Walther firearms and accessories in the United States from 2002-2012. During 2012, Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen and Umarex announced the formation of Walther Arms, Inc. located in Fort Smith, AR to import, sell, and market all Walther products in the U.S. beginning Jan. 1, 2013.
The calibers listed in the Walther Pistol sections are listed in American caliber designations. The German metric conversion is as follows: .22 LR - 5.6mm, .25 ACP - 6.35mm, .32 ACP - 7.65mm, and .380 ACP - 9mm kurz. The metric caliber designations in most cases will be indicated on the left slide legend for German mfg. pistols listed in the Walther section.
For more information and current pricing on both new and used Walther airguns, please refer to the Blue Book of Airguns by Dr. Robert Beeman & John Allen (also online).

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