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Walther PPK/S (S&W Version Only) Ultima Panel Super Rosewood Oak Tree with Walther Banner
The Walther PPK/S and the PP are the pre-war classic automatic pistols from Germany. After WWII, they were also made in France by Manurhin and by 1955, they were made in the United States by Interarms. More recently, the PPK/S and PP models have been a part of Smith & Wesson's line, Walther USA. Now, they are produced directly by Walther in the USA.
The PPK/S and PP have basically the same grips frame. They take two side panels with a screw holding them on the frame. The Ultima Panels that we offer have an ambidextrous design, with slight trigger finger rest and slight thumb rest.
Unfortunately, because of the different manufacturers and decades of production in various countries, there are frame variations where the inside of the grips fit into the frame. We currently only make grips to fit the Smith and Wesson version. You may need to do some very minor fitting on your Walther grips. Do not use power tools. Fine grit sandpaper is all that is needed. These grips do not fit the PPK, new Walther PPK/S 22LR, or the solid frame Walther PPK/S without a cutout in the magazine well.