Walther ppk serial number dating
also looking for some kind of value on it for insurance purpose SN is 8302XXPPK's that were marked RZM are very rare and were for the National-Sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, better known as the NSDAP, or Nazi Party. Ramon The NSDAP contracted with Waffenfabrik Walther to produce PPKs for the party organizations.They were marked for the purchasing branch who procured equipment and materials for the Third Reich. These RZM marked examples were only issued to high ranking nazi party officials. Walther was the famous German arms company that provided pistols for the German army. There are silencers made specially for PPK, but I don't think you could get them anywhere. The initial large portion of this contract bore the acceptance mark of the Reichszeugmeisterei-RZM.By the way I found on the net the pictures of the spare strap (the longest one) for the standard Bundesluftwaffe shoulder holster.This is an apolitical forum for discussions on the Axis nations and related topics hosted by Marcus Wendel's Axis History Factbook in cooperation with Christian Ankerstjerne’s Panzerworld and Christoph Awender's WW2 day by day. Skip to content I just came into possession of a Walther PPK RZM 7.65 I know very little about pistols but have been surfing the web and I see I may have a great find.This would the least thing one would expect from a respectable author... The different date is explaned by the structure of two parts, the holster and the shoulder straps. To my knowledge this particular holsters were in service by the security personal of the Bundeswehr.
The shown one is a speciall box from the storage for a possible later use in crisis situations Steel frame PPks are found within a serial range from 107194 ( 11/56 ) to 157640 ( 10/63 ). Fritz Here you can see the changing of the mag stampings from early ( 1957 ) to late ( 1962 ). We found this pouches with or without manufacturer marking. Please note that in one case the produktion date was restamped and that late made holsters are showing a manufacturer code. Fritz Fritz, An absolutely great presentation that I happened upon while looking through this site.In the year 1956 the Walther PPk was introduced by the Bundeswehr as pistol P 21.