I saw a Walther PP .22 today that had me a bit puzzeled. The store owner said it was made in 1939. But when I looked at the slide it had an Interarms stamp, meaning it was made after 1962 I would assume. It had brown plastic stocks and a brown plastic finger rest magazine. No box or papers. Price was $289.00. Also, on the left side where the caliber is marked the markings were very faint. Almost as if the pistol had been buffed and re-blued. Overall condition and finishe were excellent, almost looked af it had never been fired. Was supposedly owned by a little old lady who kept it in her nightstand and sold to the gunshop after she passed on. Any thoughts???