In order to be within the last 1000 made, it would need to have a serial number that begins with 43....
If it begins with 131... then it is not at all the same degree of rarity.
The serial number is probably the single most important element is attributing a rarity value to any WW2 pistol. If your serial number is 131689, then your pistol can not be evaluated in the same way as the last 1000 ppk's. I don't think that you mean that your pistol is "100% same pistol". Sounds like you have a regular .22 cal WW2 era PPK, not a last 1000.
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