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Hello everyone. I inherited a Walther PP in .22LR. I believe it was manufactured in 1983 in Ulm Germany. I am looking at possibly selling this pistol but I have no idea what it is worth, and no idea where to go to find out. I haven't had much luck with Google. The gun has it's original black box, two magazines, two sets of grips, and a target grouping (I believe it was test fired). I am not sure if it has been fired since, and the finish is in excellent condition as it has been a safe queen for the past 30 years.

I also don't know how to post pictures here, and I am probably breaking all kinds of rules with this post somehow. Any advice on the pistol, or proper etiquette in general, is greatly appreciated.

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Walther discontinued the .22 PP in 1984.
These usually bring high prices.

Assuming it's in excellent condition, that would be around 90 to 95 percent original finish.
A good starting price would be around $500, and in todays crazy market almost certainly more.

You'd get the highest price by selling it in an auction on Gunbroker.com
 

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Thanks guys

I have been looking at GunBroker a lot. I have seen that a lot of the PPs are going for a lot of money, but since they appear to be mostly very old, or very unique I wasn't sure what mine could bring. I'm also not familiar with how GunBroker works (as in, how much of a cut they take) so I have been reluctant to try and sell it online. Thanks again for the info!
 

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If it's German manufacture it should have a N with year of manufacture on chamber. If it does in the neighborhood of $700(in my area) assuming condition is very good to excellent.
Steve
 
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