You can email IDPA questions to....
check with them before purchasing the Walther.
I imagine you are referring to this rule....
"Have a minimum annual production of 2000 units;
(discontinued models must have had a total production of
My understanding of the rules is, to shoot in the "SSP
(Stock Service Pistol Division)
you need to have a pistol that conforms to that production specification.
applies if you want to shoot in the SSP division.
As long as your firearm conforms to the rules of any other division you want to shoot in, fits in the box, and doesn't have any restricted modifications, you should be good to go. But check with them first.
We are kind of lax in our restrictions. We will let people shoot just about anything, we just throw them in an "outlaw" class. We let them know that they can not compete in division finals etc. with those firearms, but hey, at least they get to shoot a match.