Deactivated Walther PPK-L Pistol and Case SN. 1711 ^
Deactivated Walther PPK-L in good deactivated condition, with deluxe hardwood grips and complete with correct case. There is some loss of finish in places, hence price. The `L’ indicates an alloy light weight frame. Otherwise, it is exactly the same as the standard model. The light frame models were preferred by plain clothed operators, as they were easier to conceal. The Walther PPK is one of those guns that even people who have no interest in firearms have heard about, mainly due to James Bond 007. Introduced in 1931, the PPK was a smaller version of the Walther PP. It was designed to be carried by plain clothed policemen and was of excellent quality and finish. It is still produced today and hundreds of thousands are still in use. A classic pistol. All deactivated weapons sold by D and B Militaria are deactivated in the United Kingdom and hold London or Birmingham proof marks and a certificate stating that the weapon has been deactivated correctly.