Walther PPK RZM 7.65

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Re: Walther PPK RZM 7.65

Post by RToepp » 20 Aug 2016 17:28

Hi everyone,

I also have a Walther PPK with RZM on the slide ser. # 833979. My father bought this gun back in the early 1950's, I was wondering if there is anything you can tell me about this. It comes with a AKAH holster and 2 clips one with finger rest. I am trying to figure out when it was made I am thinking around 1934?
Thanks,Bob.
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Re: Walther PPK RZM 7.65

Post by Shooter556 » 20 Jan 2018 22:33

I also have the same great gun and holster. So much history and so many variables on these guns and I would love to see the records of which members got issued these by serial # if that was even recorded like that. I would love to know who was issued my gun. One thing that puzzles me is my RZM PPK serial # 823xxx which puts a date of 1934 manf.

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Re: Walther PPK RZM 7.65

Post by von thoma » 22 Jan 2018 00:25

What caused these scratches ?
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Re: Walther PPK RZM 7.65

Post by JoeW » 06 Feb 2018 02:39

Shooter556 wrote:I also have the same great gun and holster. So much history and so many variables on these guns and I would love to see the records of which members got issued these by serial # if that was even recorded like that. I would love to know who was issued my gun. One thing that puzzles me is my RZM PPK serial # 823xxx which puts a date of 1934 manf.
Political leader purchasers had to procure a Waffenewerbschein to be able to buy one of the RZM PPKs. The records in the Walther factory were either carted off by the Russians or burned. What is it that puzzles you about your RZM PPK?

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