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    THE Definitive Walther Picture Thread

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    Post your Walther pics here to show off P99s, P5's, PPKs, whatever...

    (By putting them here, it makes it easier for new members to find pics of something if they are interested in a certain model)

    I'll start off... Please continue it

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    I 'spose walther clones dont count?

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    What clones? A S&W? If so, We can start a S&W photo thread

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    Hungarian arms PPH(Walther PPK clone)

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    I've never seen 1 of those. Post it in the Photo Forum, so I can see 1... (Since its not a Walther)

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    Walther PPK/S .380 (.9mm Kurz)
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    Had a chance to take some better pics today w/ the new slide finish on the fullsize




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    I really like the silver slide on the P99.

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    Have you guys seen the P99 picture on Wikipedia.com for handguns? It is partially OD green. Is this a color variant available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Templar
    Have you guys seen the P99 picture on Wikipedia.com for handguns? It is partially OD green. Is this a color variant available?
    I actually want one in OD green.

    Getting an A/S in OD green is very hard, unless you find one of the older framed guns. The 04 and 05 frames in the QA models are not too hard to find. I've been wanting to get a QA anyway, and I may eventually get one in green if I can.

    For 2006, S&W just started to import the A/S models again. Right now, ONLY the black ones are being imported.

    U can find an OD green A/S of the older frame new, but only if U are willing to buy over the net (w/o seeing it 1st; which I don't do).

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    I only have three Walthers, but I'm fond of them.
    P99
    P5
    P5C

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    I'm jealous of the P5's :P

    I really like them w/ the wooden grips on them. Those are nice guns ya got there!

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    Thanks, SW.

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    Yea...Im definetly gonna have to look into getting a P99

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    Interarms Walther PPK/s .380 ACP
    "Shaken, not stirred..."

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    Nice, I like the Bond theme

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catman253 View Post
    Interarms Walther PPK/s .380 ACP
    "Shaken, not stirred..."
    How does that little gun shoot?

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    The PPK/s shoots well to point of aim and is a handy little carry gun...flat and easily concealable. At defensive ranges, I have no issue with the accuracy.

    That said, the double action trigger pull is atrociously heavy and the single action pull is only slightly better. The sights are miniscule, but again, at defensive ranges, this is a minor issue.

    The slide will bite you if you have large hands or a lot of meat between your thumb and forefinger.

    It's a steel gun so it's not the lightest thing to carry but I moved from it to a S&W Model 36 nickel Chief's Special in .38 and then up to a 2" round butt S&W Model 10, so the weight was never a big issue for me either.

    It pretty much digested anything I fed it, including Speer Gold Dot hollow point defensive rounds so I wouldn't hesitate to carry it again.

    First rule of gunfighting...have a gun!

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