Thursday, December 23, 2010

Tea time with a Walther PPK

Want something strange about a Walther Handgun? This is it folks, porcelain Walther PPKs for tea time.....with James Bond maybe? That is strange enough for me to see this this morning. I guess there's something for everyone, and that has to be in a class by itself......

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

James Bond Walther Handgun Brings Lot's of Money

A Walther Handgun brings ten times the estimated price at Christie's Auctions and sold for 277 000 pounds ($435 000 US)

The handgun was a Walther LP-53 air pistol used for the photo shoot for the From Russia With Love movie poster

Friday, December 17, 2010

Walther Handguns Reviews: Walther PPS

We love Walther Handguns, and this review about the Walther PPS handgun makes me feel like I should get one. It's a real compact pistol and I'm sure it will do the job right if needed. I love gun reviews, and this one in particular makes me want to have one even if that particular pistol is a bit heavy and more expensive than the's a Walther!

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Nice Walther P99 Handgun Review

One of the greatest modern handgun today is the Walther P99 Pistol, and this great video review will show you some great footage about this fabulous work of gun art.

The Walther P99 is the weapon of choice of the Montreal Police Department, and was James Bond's gun in The World Is Not Enough, Die Another Day, and Casino Royale.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Walther PP

The Walther Handgun known as the PP (Polizeipistole) was very popular with European police forces and civilians. This was the world's first successful double-action pistol and is still manufactured by the Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen.

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Walther PPK Review

That's one great review of a Walther Handgun PPK in .380 ACP. I like this guy's firearm reviews. The Walther PPK Handguns are true classic pistols.

Walther Handgun PPK

The Walther PPK has to be the most known Walther Handgun. Introduced in 1931, this small caliber pistol was a favorite of German citizens and police forces before becoming the pistol of the Luftwaffe, German military officers, the Gestapo and other secret police in Nazi Germany, but it will always be known as the handgun of secret agent James Bond, and the gun Hitler used to commit suicide in 1945.

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