How much is a Walther P5 worth?

How much is a Walther P5 worth?

What is a WALTHER ARMS P5 pistol Worth? A WALTHER ARMS P5 pistol is currently worth an average price of $1,584.07 used .

What caliber is the Walther P5?

The Walther P5 is a 9mm semi-automatic pistol developed in the mid-1970s by the German small arms manufacturer Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen.

How good is a Walther 9mm?

The PPQ is a reliable handgun that will feed just about anything you put through it. The slide is steel and built with a very durable Tenifer finish, which is the same finish that Glock uses and is extremely rust and corrosion resistant.

How many rounds does a Walther P5 hold?

The German Walther P5 is a small semiauto handgun that can be chambered in either 7.65mm or 9mm. It holds 8 rounds of ammunition and can have wood or plastic grips. It comes with 4 independent safety features to make it a very safe pistol to carry.

Is the Walther P5 still manufactured?

Though production of the Walther P5 continued into 1993, it still uses the traditional European heel magazine release.

Is Walther the best pistol?

They make some excellent carry guns as well as target and competition pistols, in fact some of the best. Here at Alien Gear Holsters, we’ve had a number of Walther pistols through the office. We’ve shot a bunch of them, and a few of us here own one or two or three.

Why did Walther make the 9mm P5?

Walther’s 9mm P5 pistol was an evolution of their P.38 and was originally developed for the German police. After WWII Germany was a country divided. Former allies had split the country in half with the eastern part of the nation falling behind the “iron curtain” while the western half was aligned with NATO and western powers.

Is the Walther P5 magazine cross compatible?

While both the P.38 and P5 have 8-round magazines, which are not cross compatible. I should add, I find the P5 grip is slightly less comfortable for me to hold. The toe of the P5’s magazine protrudes significantly from the grip frame. The P.38’s magazine toe is covered by a flare at the bottom of the grip that keeps it from contacting my pinky.

Is the Walther P5 double action or single action?

While certainly one of Walther’s lesser known pistols the P5 is a well-made, well-designed duty pistol, with comfortable ergonomics – the fiddly magazine catch not withstanding – and the slide and decocker are very smooth to operate. The trigger pull in both the single and double action modes is also pretty good.

When did the Dutch police buy the Walther P5?

This pistol is a BMI-marked gun and dates from February 1983. It also became the standard issue sidearm of the Dutch police who purchased around 50,000 pistols, becoming Walther’s largest customer for the P5.