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I'd like to share pictures of this early Walther PP in 7.65mm (.32ACP) made in 1932 in the Zella Mehlis (Thuringia) factory.It has a six digit serial number (787547) without suffix; a 90 degree safety and the more extended barrel that protrudes from the receiver at the muzzle.The number is 389337 P, and directly below it is the AC maker code. Any help that can be offered would be greatly welcomed.Walther's with the "ac" code were produced ONLY during WWII from "about" 1942 to Spring 1945. When the manual safety is disengaged, Smith & Wesson’s Product Engineering Group has determined that the possibility exists in certain firearms that lowering the hammer may cause a chambered round to fire. Smith & Wesson has identified a condition that may exist in certain PPK and PPK/S pistols which may permit a round to be discharged without the trigger being pulled.
Pistols are not my strong point, so I need help dating this pistol.
only) finish, 8 shot, one finger extension and one flat bottom mag., approx.
Model PPK/S Stainless - .32 ACP (new 1998) or .380 ACP cal., American manufacture, introduced July of 1983 West German Model PPK/S - .22 LR (disc. This recall applies to all Walther PPK and PPK/S pistols manufactured by Smith & Wesson from March 21, 2002, until February 3, 2009.
So, if it's got an "ac" code and no other marks on the slide..... Walther stopped using their commercial markings on the PP late in the war (late 1944 I've been told) and went to the 'ac' marking to help speed production, along with other short cuts along the way.
As already stated, the 'ac' marking was not used at any other time other than during WW2 production by Walther. I have a Walther PP for sale, and I have a guy who wants to buy it, but he won't buy it unless I can prove that it is war time.