Information for The Walther PPK Nickel:
he Walther PPK - Its German acronymous name stands for Polizeipistole Kriminalmodell (Police Pistol Detective Model) - is a smaller version of the PP (Polizeipistole) and has a shorter grip and barrel as well as a lower magazine capacity. The PP was released in 1929 and the PPK followed in 1931. Both pistols were popular with European police and civilian shooters. The pistols were reliable and easy to conceal. During World War II both variants of the pistol were issued to German military police, Luftwaffe, and other support personnel, as well as officials of the Nazi Party. Adolf Hitler used his PPK to kill himself as Soviet forces closed in on the Führerbunker in Berlin. This Walther PPK Pistol is brought to you by Denix, it is non-fireable with a functional mechanism.
Materials used: zink cast metal
Overall length: 18cm