On offer, a circa-1989 Ranger-manufactured stainless steel Walther PPK chambered in .380 Auto.
Full photo gallery here: https://picasaweb.google.com/1030091...E&noredirect=1
Included in this offer:
a period correct case, cleaning rod, and manual (no test target);
both original nickel plated magazines;
additional stainless steel Walther and Mec-Gar magazines;
a good-fitting set of Hogue rosewood grips.
The gun shoots accurately with no issues. It does have some cosmetic problems that I inherited from the former, also original, owner, a female LEO who carried this gun as her BUG. As a result, it wasn't fired often, but it wasn't cleaned often, either. The nickel magazines show tarnish, the area around the magazine release show remnants of crud and scratches where attempts were made to remove it, and there is a scratched area on the right side of the slide near the muzzle. I have attempted to highlight those lowlights in the photo gallery. The bore and other internal components, however, are clean and bright. The gun has had very few rounds fired through it; I believe 300 during its entire life is not inaccurate.
I am selling it for financial reasons and because I have moved away from .380. I have sold my other .380s (Smith, Astra, Browning, PPK/S) and do not expect to return until I find a weapon with sufficient gravitas to make firing this round as enjoyable as my .32s and normal-sized 9s.
I am asking $700 for this package, to include shipping to your FFL, $675 FTF within a reasonable radius of Harrisburg. The buyer is, naturally, responsible for any fees his FFL may assess to complete the transaction. Payment by USPS money order will trigger immediate shipping, all checks must clear and post to my account before shipping.
Please PM with questions. I am open to offers and interesting trades. Thank you for looking.