I have a Walther PPK (see pics) which I bought back in the 70's from a surplus dealer. It came with 2 magazines, an instruction booklet in German and a manufacturer's plastic case (no holster). I've lost the original receipt and have only slight recollection of it's original cost (around $250 USD) and would appreciate anyone being able to give me an idea of what it might be worth today. I hardly shoot it anymore as .32 ammo in Canada has become quite rare and expensive.
At the time I bought it, the hand gun was classified by Canadian law simply as a restricted weapon and could be sold or traded to anyone else who had the same rating on their license (pretty much anyone who had a license for a handgun). Since then, the laws have changed and currently the gun is classified as a prohibited weapon and can only be held by, or sold to, someone who has that same classification on their license. The prohibited classification is not available anymore to new handgun owners, other than dealerships, so I cannot even hand it on to any of my sons. Not too sure whether to keep it or not. Any advice/information (other than seeking political asylum in the U.S.
) would be helpful.