Walther Model 1936 Olympia Semi-Automatic Pistol The Walther Olympia is considered, in terms of design, accuracy and finish, to be one of the finest target automatic pistols ever produced. The under side of the frame is drilled for counter weights. The rear sight is adjustable for windage and the front sight is adjustable for elevation. Grips are two-piece checkered walnut with a thumb-rest on the left side. The serial number is located on the left side of the receiver spur and on the left side of the slide behind the serrations.
402, 1942, 25. 423, 1943, 25. 760, 1944, 25. 790, 1945, 25. 753, 1946, 25. 794, 1947, 25. 856, 1948, After 1948 Olympia factory becomes East German Optima, see OPTIMA for further serial number data.
The right side of the slide is marked 'CAL.22 long rifle'. The opposite side of the slide is marked with the Walther Banner followed by the factory legend in two lines and the designation 'OLYMPIA-PISTOLE'. 'Eagle/N' proof marks are present and the magazine has a wooden extension matching the grips (numbered to the gun). Manufacturer: Walther Model: Olympia BBL: 4 5/8 inch round Stock: Gauge: 22 LR Finish: blue Grips: walnut Serial Number: 9149 Class: Curio & Relic Handgun Condition: Fine with 60% plus of the original blue finish. With areas of moderate edge and high point wear, and scattered surface scratches.
The grips are also fine with well defined checkering, light handling marks throughout and some light dings near the butt. Mechanically excellent.
Description: Walther Model 1936 Olympia Semi-Automatic Pistol The Walther Olympia is considered, in terms of design, accuracy and finish, to be one of the finest target automatic pistols ever produced. The under side of the frame is drilled for counter weights. The rear sight is adjustable for windage and the front sight is adjustable for elevation. Grips are two-piece checkered walnut with a thumb-rest on the left side. The serial number is located on the left side of the receiver spur and on the left side of the slide behind the serrations. The right side of the slide is marked 'CAL.22 long rifle'.
The opposite side of the slide is marked with the Walther Banner followed by the factory legend in two lines and the designation 'OLYMPIA-PISTOLE'. 'Eagle/N' proof marks are present and the magazine has a wooden extension matching the grips (numbered to the gun). Manufacturer: Walther Model: Olympia BBL: 4 5/8 inch round Stock: Gauge: 22 LR Finish: blue Grips: walnut Serial Number: 9149 Class: Curio & Relic Handgun Condition: Fine with 60% plus of the original blue finish. With areas of moderate edge and high point wear, and scattered surface scratches. The grips are also fine with well defined checkering, light handling marks throughout and some light dings near the butt. Mechanically excellent.
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