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    Default Help ID Walther PP clone

    Can anyone shed some light on who the manufacturer of this Walther pp clone is. The serial number has an AM prefix and shows a 1980 manufacturing date. There is no manufacturer name engraved on the slide. The only mark that looks like a logo is a triangle with an upwards pointing arrow. IMG-20190615-WA0002.jpg

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    Default Re: Help ID Walther PP clone

    FEG, Hungary?

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    Default Re: Help ID Walther PP clone

    My father had a Luger that looked just like that.

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    Default Re: Help ID Walther PP clone

    Quote Originally Posted by Ds J View Post
    FEG, Hungary?
    I thought that as well but what I don't know is whether FEG's clone had a heel magazine release

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    Default Re: Help ID Walther PP clone

    I would also add that there are some unique looking recessed cuts on the slide just in front of the rear sight


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    Default Re: Help ID Walther PP clone

    Quote Originally Posted by janfred View Post
    My father had a Luger that looked just like that.
    Weren't the the luger branded pistols also made by FEG?

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    FEG, very common cheap a good few years back. Possibly early 90's. Very rough.

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    Default Re: Help ID Walther PP clone

    The pistol was made by FEG in Budapest, Hungary. There were several models. This smaller PPK-style was also available with a mag release near the trigger guard. FEG-made pistols were marketed under several brand names, including FEG, Luger and Mauser. In the early 90's, they retailed for around R600.

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    Default Re: Help ID Walther PP clone

    The triangle arrow is the symbol for Izhmash in Russia.

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    Looks like an FEG. I have a similar looking one in 9mmk

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