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Walther P22

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Ligito, Mar 8, 2013.

  1. Ligito

    Ligito Oregon Active Member

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    What would be a good price for a NIB Walther P22 3.4 in. barrel, Military Green/Black?

    Not a California model but the kind that can have a barrel extension added.
     
  2. OLSON33

    OLSON33 left coast New Member

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    I paid 360ish new 2 years ago
     
  3. SKN

    SKN Keizer, OR Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Paid $250 for a NIB stock one with a laser, for my then 8 now 14 year old daughter. Saw NIB stock ones at the ARPC gun show last weekend for $349 - $399.
     
  4. GED

    GED North Idaho Active Member

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    Most of the ones I've seen online(like Cabela's, Buds)go between $350-400 depending on the model.

    BTW-don't know if you're aware of this but Walther now is producing the .22LR PPK/S in both black and stainless. They're made in Germany(near Cologne not Ulm)and are being priced around $400.

    You can read about it here on the Walther Arms site: PPK/S .22 | Walther Arms


    If it were me I'd wait and buy the new .22 PPK/S when it becomes more available(I've owned a P22, as well as a 1968 .22LR PPK and a '70 .22LR PPK/S). At around $400 the new .22 PPK/S is not going to be like the
    little German and French made gems-as far as quality, fit, finish, etc.-but IMO it will definitely be an improvement over the P22(am biased-I just don't go for guns made with a lot of plastic).