LMTD Walther PPK Pistol Replica, Black

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LMTD Walther PPK Pistol Replica. Add a little "international intrigue" to your collection!

Best known as a weapon of James Bond, this German made Walther PPK was introduced in the 1930s. And aside from 007 holstering it, the Walther PPK has also been used by police forces around the world. This non-firing model features on-target detail, perfectly replicating the real deal.

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