[Review] Walther P1: Coolest Cold War Heater in the West Subscribe
Ever wanted a historic plinker with some pretty interesting history behind it? The Walther P1 might be right up your alley! A direct descendent of the iconic P38 issued to a good chunk of the various armed forces of Germany during World War 2, the Walther P1 wound up being the official sidearm of the Bundeswehr during the cold war, and is still reasonably available as a surplus pistol today!
Full review in the link below!
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