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Question for all FFL, or extreme gun enthusiasts. I am looking to purchase a Walther pistol. I recall and have read that when S&

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  • Question for all FFL, or extreme gun enthusiasts. I am looking to purchase a Walther pistol. I recall and have read that when S&

    Question for all FFL, or extreme gun enthusiasts. I am looking to purchase a Walther pistol. I recall and have read that when S&W; took over for a few years, they had a specific marking on them, showing their ownership to S&W.; Now that Walther is back on their own, how can I know if the firearm I'm buying is a true Walther, or "S&W; Walther?" Will the serial numbers be put together differently or in a different pattern? Is there a plain as day sign that it's made by S&W;? Thanks alot and hopefully this gets you guys digging deep to find this one!

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    I couldn't really find anything but I'd assume that if it was a S&W version they would definitely have their name on the gun. If it does not say S&W somewhere on the gun I'd say it is a safe bet it is a true Walther.

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