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Teddy Roosevelt And James Bond Pistols Sell At Auction

This past month two noteworthy pistols, one owned by President Theodore Roosevelt and another used in the James Bond film "Dr. No" staring the late Sean Connery, sold at auction.

This Old Gun: Interarms FEG APK

In this American Rifleman TV segment of "I Have This Old Gun," we take a look at the Walther-based Hungarian FEG APK handgun imported by Interarms.

A Look Back at the Walther PP

In 1929, Walther succeeded in producing a workable single-/double-action (DA/SA) fire-control mechanism, bringing out the Model PP (Polizeipistole or police pistol).

I Have This Old Gun: Sauer 38H Pistol

When one thinks of ground-breaking double-action pocket pistols, those that probably come to mind are examples from the superb Walther PP series.

A Look Back at the Walther P38

While Walther’s P38 may have lacked the “fineness” and graceful lines of its predecessor the P08, nor the legendary thump of the .45-caliber 1911, it marks the starting point of the modern day service pistol.

NRA Gun of the Week: Walther PP

American Rifleman's Mark Keefe has a very unique Walther PP 22 LR, and he invites us to the range to check it out.

Video: Walther PPK/S Pistol

Watch the above “I Have This Old Gun” segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV to learn the complete history of the Walther PPK/S.

Four Rules for Disassembly of Walther PP-Series Pistols

When it comes to getting inside Walther PP-series pistols, Michael J. Parker, a former Interarms vice president, has learned a thing or four. If you want to detail strip your Walther, read this first.

Walther PP Pistol

Very simply put, the Walther PP is one of the most influential handguns ever and, together with its variants, tops the pocket pistol popularity list.

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