I have a Walther, blued PPK/S .380 semi-auto pistol for sale, She's an early 80's Interarms import, NOT the newer S&W mfg. I'd rate her in excellent condition, except she has her muzzle internally threaded for a blank adapter...she was a former movie gun. HOWEVER, I shot her at about 75 yards yesterday and was able to hit a lid off a 5 gallon paint bucket about 5 out of 8 rounds...not too bad. What I'm getting at is the threads don't seem to affect its accuracy at all. If you'd like to replace the barrel, Gun Parts Corporation has new barrels for about $25 each and they're a snap to replace. She comes with two 7 round blued magazines with the "pinky rests". She's serial number 0520XX. Grips are intact with NO cracks or chips. A great "007" gun at almost half the cost.
I also have a very good condition High Standard Sentinel Deluxe, model R-107 with 4" barrel, blued, double/single action revolver in .22 LR. It has a 9-shot cylinder, too. I have a High Standard factory box to go with her, but the serial number on the end of the label doesn't match the gun. ALSO, I have an extra .22 Magnum cylinder with crane assembly. All you need to do to change cylinders is push the metal detent on the front of the frame in, pull the .22LR cylinder and crane out, insert the .22 Magnum cylinder and crane assembly in, let the detent out and BAM! You're sho0ting .22 Mags in 10 seconds. She's sighted in for around 30 yards. You don't see these Sentinels around that much anymore, especially with an extra .22 Magnum cylinder, to boot. Plus, I have a black, right-handed holster with a strap/snap to go along with her, too. I'm sorry, there are no pics available, I'm not set up to send pics, sorry. Please feel free to Email me DIRECT at ArmaliteGA@wmconnect.com if I can answer any questions. Thanks for looking, gentlemen. Kim...out