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Discussion in 'Walther Forum' started by RyanSBHF, Mar 21, 2005.
Hard chromed P99 compact
Here's my German-made 1968 PPK/S. This classic old girl in .380 shoots as good as the day I broke her in new out of the box. Like a fine wine, gets better with age.
Gentlemen, How do I post a photo in the text box? Dosn't seem to be working for me.
Attach a file by clicking the "Browse..." button just above the "Submit Reply" button. Find the photo you want in your post on your computer and click "Open". Submit the post and it should pop up. Make sure it's not too big or it may not allow you to attach it.
Thank you for the assist. Here's a photo of my German-made PPK/S. Not many of these made in Germany. Most were made in France by Manurhin and later in the U.S. A true classic.
Here are mine
ok another try at this
one more if it's not too big again
Am I the only one here that uses the Large grip insert ?
one step closer to being done.
my walthers, top left is german made (not s&w) p99 9mm. top right is my new (got it today and shot it too) p99 s&w/walther .45 acp. bottom is the wifes p22 with laser. forgot the can but will get one of that too
Thought that I would throw my hat into the ring. Here is a pic of my Walther PP in .22lr w/ Vortex 2 (sounds just like a staple gun!). Best Wishes! Pecos Bill out.
SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRIENDS.;z
"SAY HELLO TO MY LITTLE FRIENDS!"
P99c, P99 and my P5
The P99 has Walther's Dermagrip on it... I love it
*edit and the pic didn't make it
** edit again.... I give up after 3 tries... the image won't load... it's not too big...and I am at a loss as of what I am doing wrong