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Recently I brough this set. Two Walthers PP one in cal.32 one in cal.22. do not see any military marking, only E/N so my guess it’s a commercial pistols. Any infos?
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Serial number of the pistols is 167028P cal.32 and 138543P cal.22, anybody knows what year of manufacturing of thise walthers?
 

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Is the .22 Eagle/N marked? The 7,65 is, which means it was produced after 1940. I am curious about the magazines. What are they marked as?
 

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Yes .22 is eagle/N marked


And magazine for .32 Look that;


Other magazine is post war
 

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Carlos, Your PP in .32 was made and proofed in 1940. The .22 one is a riddle to me: It was made in 1938, but proofed as late as 1940 only, because the "Eagle/N" proof was not used before January 1940.
Best wishes,
Dieter H. Marschall.
Hi friends
Recently I brough this set. Two Walthers PP one in cal.32 one in cal.22. do not see any military marking, only E/N so my guess it’s a commercial pistols. Any infos?
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Yes, the holster is for an East German Makarov.
 

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The markings indicate the holster was made in the DDR in the 3rd quarter of 1987.
 
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