Walther Historians?

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by gorknoids, May 28, 2008.

  1. gorknoids

    gorknoids New Member

    Today was a rain-out, so I went to the range. The guy in the lane beside me poked his head around and asked what I was shooting, and then asked if I'd like to see something really unusual.

    If it had been Larry Craig, I would have been headed for the door.

    He produced what may very well be the smallest semi-auto ever made, and to top it all off, it was an old Walther in excellent condition. The gun I had is only 5" in length, and this one had to be, at the most, 3.25" long. Now I'm home and trying to research it, but can't find anything on it.
    I wish I'd have had more time to talk to the guy, but another range here in town had a flash-fire a few weeks ago and since then my regular range has been packed with the overflow, so it's a good practice to get in, take your shots, and get out.
    Anyone familiar with this micro-gun?
  2. Kestral

    Kestral New Member

    Small Walther

    Walther produced the 25acp pistols starting with the no1 in the early 1900s upto the no9 in the 70s followed by the TP &TPH also made in 22LR.They were all on the small side & were also known as vest pocket pistols,along with many other makes of similar size,very good quality,& quite accurate for such short barrels.