ppk 8957XX ??

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  1. schooner.207

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    1935 ppk for discussion

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    Looks like a nice gun. Closer photos by any chance?
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    may we see them?
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    i see jim k , an advanced member is watching this post . i wanted to crop photo of gun that i have with additional grips in pic properly formatted but my programs are out of date , i will post but reserve the right to withdraw all pics.
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    grips on gun were original to gun and second set purchased for ppk verchromts or ultrachromes in my collection

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    Hay Mate! The 2d period grip (w/chrome nut) look to be a better match,
    not to mention it looks in better overall condition...
    Sail on :)
    Ps: Is the mag of proper fit?
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    Closeups? It would be great to see details.
    Are the trigger and trigger guard pins plated?
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    pins are plated and i will try to get better pics
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    after careful examination , i found the gun to be chrome plated with a brushed finish . the interior is pristine , bore mint and all parts plated . the gun appears to have hardly ever been fired . interesting piece, i believe it to be a version of an ultrachrome , as posted in jim rankins book .