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What resources (internet and books) are out there that might help me improve my knowledge of these pistols since i am about to be the owner of one?
Regards and many thanks again, Crow Much obliged for your response.
The number is 389337 P, and directly below it is the AC maker code. Any help that can be offered would be greatly welcomed.
Walther's with the "ac" code were produced ONLY during WWII from "about" 1942 to Spring 1945.
So, if it's got an "ac" code and no other marks on the slide..... Walther stopped using their commercial markings on the PP late in the war (late 1944 I've been told) and went to the 'ac' marking to help speed production, along with other short cuts along the way.
As already stated, the 'ac' marking was not used at any other time other than during WW2 production by Walther. I have a Walther PP for sale, and I have a guy who wants to buy it, but he won't buy it unless I can prove that it is war time.
Hello Gary, you seem to know about these things, so I'd like to ask you a question if you don't mind. It would not be uncommon for one of them to lack a few acceptance stamps. [QUOTE=lonegunman;1408581]It might be easier just to sell it to a more informed buyer.
It is a standard PP, there are no markings on it except for the serial number and maker code.