What Walther is that? second from the bottom with the funky slide?
P99QA. I think it's probably one of the finest pistols out there on the market today, and I'm very grateful my grandfather shelled out close to $800 for it a few years ago.
The bullets btw are those Winchester Super X rounds, made specifically for personal protection I believe. They're 148 grain, silver coated, hollow-point 9mm's. I haven't put one through the gun yet because they're so damned expensive ($19), lol
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My lone walther :oops:
my 01 Walther USA LLC ppk/s in blue
and a stainless 95 Interarms i scooped up this morn.
A couple of Walthers. A P-22 and a P-1.
I'm really just experimenting with how to photograph these things. Here's my latest effort.
The gun is a Smith & Wesson Walther PPK/S with Hogue cocobolo grips.
Heres a picture of the set of Walther handguns I just picked up. The two have matching serial numbers. Truly a one of a kind set.
The set came with two hardcases. One that holds both the PK380 and P22 and a smaller one for just the P22. Is there a hardcase solely for the PK380? The large case that holds both does not fit in my gun/range bag that also houses my springfield xdsc .40S&W.
My attempt at being artistic failed.
My Walther P38 - 50 years old and still lookin' good
My wife's Walther PPK/S - her James Bond gun.
Very fun guns to carry & shoot.
I don't carry the P38 very often - I just have too many better choices.
Took me a year and a half, but I finally picked up a nice set of grips for the P5C:
The grip panels from grips4U.net fit in the frame perfectly. That's no small deal considering all of the cut outs required. The mag release cut-out is slightly off, but not enough to rub the button. Just being super picky there. Overall, very happy with the workmanship. The bark-like pattern on the upper portion of the grip is very sharp looking.
All of the Walthers together:
My Walther P-38, manufacture date 7/61.
I also have a stainless PPK/S in 9mm Kurz (380 ACP) and just picked up (6/18/11 add) a P-22.
Well, my 9mm PPS now has an identical bigger brother. My .40 S&W PPS just got back from Robar, so both pistols now look identical, having Robar's latest NP3 Plus finish on both the exterior, as well as internally.
I really don't see any need to carry anything else other than one of these two handguns. Here are both guns, each with a 6 round magazine installed:
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Robar's NP3 Plus Finish
Three cats, one Walther PPK/S.