WALTHER, FRENCH-MADE BY MANURHIN PISTOLS: SEMI-AUTO
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MODEL PP Get Pricing

.22 LR, .32 ACP, or .380 ACP cal., 3 7/8 in. barrel, 10 shot mag. (.22 LR), 8 shot mag. (.32 ACP), 7 shot mag. (.380 ACP), blue only, all steel construction, double action with positive hammer block safety, 24 oz.

Model PP Collector Get Pricing

blue finish, special engraving. Imported 1986 only.

Model PP Presentation Get Pricing

blue finish, special ornamentation. Imported 1986 only.

PP SPORT Get Pricing

.22 LR cal. only, double action, 6.1 or 8.1 in. barrel, blue finish only, precision adj. sights, contoured plastic grips with thumbrest, 25 oz. New Manurhin design beginning 1985-disc.

PP Sport-C Get Pricing

similar to PP Sport, except is single action.

MODEL PPK Get Pricing

.22 LR, .32 ACP, or .380 ACP cal., 3 1/4 in. barrel, 7 (.380 ACP), 8 (.32 ACP), or 10 (.22 LR) shot mag., blue only, all steel construction, double action with positive hammer block safety, 23 oz.

MODEL PPK/S Get Pricing

.22 LR, .32 ACP, or .380 ACP cal., 3 1/4 in. barrel, 7 (.380 ACP), 8 (.32 ACP), or 10 (.22 LR) shot mag., blue only, all steel construction, double action with positive hammer block safety, 23 oz.

Model PPK/S Durgarde Get Pricing

similar to Model PPK/S, only with bonded brushed chrome finish.

Model PPK/S Collector Get Pricing

blue finish, special engraving. Imported 1986 only.

Model PPK/S Presentation Get Pricing

blue finish, special ornamentation. Imported 1986 only.
WALTHER, FRENCH-MADE BY MANURHIN PISTOLS: SEMI-AUTO Manufacture of these Walther PP type pistols commenced in Mulhouse, France in 1951. They were marked "MANURHIN" on the slide until 1954. Since then they were designated Walther MKII. They were imported into the USA by Interarms up to 1983.
In 1984, following a disagreement regarding the use of the Walther trademark, a few pistols were manufactured using the standard Walther slide legend, w/o the "under license of" above the legend. Additionally, the Manurhin name, logo, and the words "Made in France" were stamped on the heel of the gun in very small letters. Following this French production, pistols were made in Germany and marked Walther, or made in France and marked Manurhin. Manurhin briefly set up an office in New York to do its own importation, and later moved to Florida.
In 1984, Manurhin was imported directly with no Interarms logo or Walther trademark appearing on Models PP and PPK/S. Importation was discontinued 1986, when all production resumed in Ulm, Germany.

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