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Sice this damned thing doesnt work worth a damn


I bought this



Which is much cheaper than the 1200 bucks for an original Walther like this
 

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And not a single comment from the peanut gallery?
 

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Take it out yet? If so how's it shoot?

How's the quality on the replica's compared to the actual Walthers? If it's anything close that thing's got to be a tack driver.
 

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hasnt arrived yet....still waiting.

Never found anyone who had a bad experience with them. On par with the walther in every way except the grips arent made out of as nice of wood.

They eat any ammo you put throught them

The wood is basically a finger extension since the pistol was built on the PP frame platform and comes apart very similar
 

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Took her out and man is it a nice gun. Not one problem with it and I shot 300 rounds through it. Definately a wonderfull plinker.


And Jamq you may be interested to know that the design is infact the great grandfather of your loved SIG Trailside. Seems Hammerli took over production fo walther 22 designs after teh war and used them as a basis for their guns.
 

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Sights are a bit off so before I can test for that I need to buy a special extra small screwdriver to dial them in. Its not a traget pistol in the modern sense but everyone else I have ever talked to who had one said they are just slightly less accurate than the originals....and the originals won the 1936 olympics rather easily against some Hi Standards and Colts so thats pretty damned good for me. I honestly rarely worry about how tight the groups are when I shoot. Thats something I worry about with rifles. But even with it shooting a little high and left I was hitting the spinners regularly at 25yds.
 

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Its built on a walther pp frame and comes apart just like all of those hinged triggerguard guns. Much easier than a Ruger..LOL
 
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