THE MOST TRADITIONAL BRAND NAME!
Founded in 1886 by Carl Walther, Walther® has been raising the bar in the manufacturing and design of firearms for more than 100 years. Originally the manufacturer of only hunting and target rifles, Walther® began producing pistols in 1908.
Known for their popular pistols such as the PPK, P99 and P22, Walther® pistols have been used and trusted by militaries, law enforcement agencies and even the infamous James Bond.
In 1999, Walther® and Smith & Wesson® announced a plan to distribute Walther® firearms and accessories in the United States. Since then, the Walther® name has continued to grow in the ranks of the firearm industry.
Depended upon for over 100 years, Walther® pistols are notorious for their strength, rugged durability and high quality craftsmanship.
We official trade and support all Walther firearms and accessories you need.
From Walther® pistols such as the G22, PPS and SP22 to accessories for your Walther® such as sights, magazines, holsters and grips, International Armour Co has it all.
When it comes to quality firearms you can rely on, trust the Walther® name.
Walther® P22, an affordable pistol for training or plinking with many of the features seen only on full size pistols.
Featuring ambidextrous controls for both left and right hand shooters, magazine disconnect, hammer safety, and firing pin safety the Walther® P22 is well though out, safe, reliable, and exciting to shoot.
The modular system used by Walther® P22 has interchangeable grip back straps you can create an ideal fit to your hand, easily changed front sight tailors the sight picture to the shooter, and finally an interchangeable barrel (sold separately) to convert to the target version with a longer sight radius for more precise shooting.
All in all a fine addition to anyone's range bag.
- Loaded chamber Indicator
- Interchangeable Front Sights
- Magazine Disconnect
- Firing Pin Safety
- Interchangeable Frame Backstrap
- Ambidextrous Magazine Release
- Picatinny-Style Accessory Rail
P22 TARGET PISTOL
Type: Double/Single Action
Safety: Manual Safety
Caliber: .22 LR
Capacity: 10 Rounds
Barrel Length: 3.4 Inches
Overall Length: 6.3 Inches
Net Weight: 17.6 Ounces
The Walther® G22 is a semi-automatic rifle chambered in the .22 Long Rifle cartridge. It has a bullpup design and is constructed of steel and polymer.
The Walther® G22 features a reversible bolt to enable cartridge ejection from either side of the receiver. It cannot be fired from the off hand due to the proximity of the ejection port and bolt handle to the shooter's face.
Held by friction, a spare magazine is stored inside the stock behind the magazine well.
The Walther® G22 rifle is capable of achieving shot groups as small as 0.25 inches (6.4 mm) at 55 yards (50 meters). From 500 feet away it is still possible to retain the same level of accuracy, especially when using a telescopic sight.
The Walther® G22 is generally used as a "fun gun" for civilian informal practice, and it comes in two colors, black and OD green. A scope can also be attached to make longer-range shots.
Three Weaver rail mounts are present on the Walther® G22: the top handle scope mount, a small mount just below the muzzle intended for a Walther®-produced laser sight, and a longer mount under the forend for bipods, flashlights, etc.
System: Bullpup auto-loader
Caliber: .22 l.r.
Capacity: 10 shots / magazine
Safety: Slide & Magazine safety
Stock: Plastic right/left
Stock length (mm): 360-390
Trigger weight (g): 1200
Barrel length (mm): 508
Dim (L/H/W mm): 720-750/220/55
Weight (g): 2700 without magazine
Note: Integrated trigger lock
Spare magazine in buttstock
WALTHER P38 (P1)
The Walther P38 pistol was developed as a military pistol for the German army (Wehrmacht) during the late 1930s.
It first appeared in 1938, and small numbers of the original HP (Heeres Pistole - army pistol) were bought by Sweden before the Wehrmacht adopted it as the Pistole 38 and took over all production guns.
The Walther P38 is a 9 mm pistol that was developed by Walther as the service pistol of the Wehrmacht at the beginning of World War II. It was intended to replace the costly Luger P08, the production of which was scheduled to end in 1942.
The P38 concept was accepted by the German military in 1938 but production of actual prototype ("Test") pistols did not begin until late 1939. Walther began manufacture at their plant in Zella-Mehlis and produced three series of "Test" pistols, designated by a "0" prefix to the serial number.
WALTHER P38 (P1)
Double action semiautomatic
Caliber: 9x19 Luger / Parabellum
Net Weight : 840 g (steel frame)
770 g (aluminum frame)
Length: 216 mm
Barrel length: 125 mm
Magazine capacity: 8 rounds
The third series satisfied the previous problems and production for the Heer (German Army) began in mid-1940, using Walther's military production identification code "480". After a few thousand pistols the Heer changed all codes from numbers to letters and Walther was given the "ac" code
The most famous gun of the Walther® PP series is the Walther® PPK. PPK is a German acronym meaning Polizeipistole Kriminellmodell (Police Pistol Detective Model).
Sometimes, the acronym Polizeipistole Kurz (Police Pistol Short) is given, but this interpretation is incorrect.
The Walther® PPK is a smaller version of the PP (Polizeipistole) and has a shorter grip and barrel as well as a lower magazine capacity.
Walther® PP pistols were among the most important developments of the inter-war period. Produced between 1929 and 1945 in significant numbers, these pistols, along with the smaller PPK, were widely used as police and military guns in Hitler’s Germany.
After the war, production of the PP and PPK pistols was resumed in France by Manurhin under German license. Later on, production was returned to the re-established Walther® factory in the city of Ulm ab Donau (pre-war Walther factory was located in the city of Zella-Mehlis), and these pistols have seen widespread use by civilians and police, as well as for personal defense by many non-infantry officers in several European armies.
Very close copies of the Walther® PP were manufactured after the war by East Germany, Hungary, Romania, Turkey and USA.
Walther® PP, PPK, and PPK/S pistols are now manufactured in the USA by the Smith & Wesson Company under license from Walther.
PPK / S semi automatic pistol
Barrel Length: 3.3"
Dimensions, L/H/W: 6.1"/4.3"/.98"
Weight (without Mag): 22.4 oz.
Magazine Capacity: 7 Rounds
Trigger Pull: 13.4 lbs/6 lbs.
PPK semi automatic pistol
Barrel Length: 3.35"
Dimensions, L/H/W: 6.1"/3.8"/.98"
Weight (without Mag): 20.8 oz.
Magazine Capacity: 7 Rounds
Trigger Weight: 13.4 lbs./6 lbs.
PPK / E semi automatic pistol
Caliber: 9mm short - 7,65
Dimensions (l/h/w): 165/113/28 (all)
Weight w/o mag: 720 / 715g
Barrel length: 86mm (all)
Rear sight: 112mm
Magazine cap: 7 and 8
PPK/S - PPK/E
The Walther PPS (Police Pistol Slim) is a semi-automatic pistol made in Germany by Walther Sportwaffen.
It was first shown in 2007 and is a slim polymer framed weapon of similar size to the Walther PPK.
The 9 mm version features magazines of 6, 7, and 8 round lengths so the shooter can customize the grip to his hand size and concealment needs.
It also features a partially cocked striker system like the Walther P99 Quick Action model.
This particular variant is called QuickSafe and the primary change from QA is that removing the pistol's backstrap will disable the gun for safe storage.
- Ambidextrous Magazine Release
- Two Magazine Sizes
- Loaded Chamber & Cocking Indicators
- Small & Large Backstrap
- Trigger Safety
- Internal Striker Safety
- Walther QuickSafe™ Safety
Length: 6.3 Inches
Width Overall: 1.04 Inches
Barrel Length: 3.2 Inches
Sight Radius: 5.4 Inches
Net Weight: 19.4 Ounces
Magazine Weight: 1.9 Ounces
Caliber: 9mm and 40 S&W
Height: 4.4 Inches
Action: Striker Fire Action/Pre-Cocked
Trigger Pull: 6.1 Pounds
Frame: Polymer Anthracite Finish
Height with 6 round magazine
9mm x19 & .40 S&W @ 112mm
Height with 7 round magazine
9mm x19 & .40 S&W @ 124mm
Height with 8 round magazine
9mm x19 & .40 S&W @ 134mm
The Walther® P99 is a semi-automatic pistol made in Germany by Walther Sportwaffen.
The design of the Walther® P99 was initiated in 1994, and the handgun was presented in 1996.
The main goal was to develop a new, modern-style police and self-defense handgun that incorporated all the latest developments and would cost less than its predecessor, the Walther® P88, which did not achieve any significant commercial success, mainly due to high prices.
The Walther® P99 uses an internal striker as opposed to an external hammer, with a red-painted striker tip that protrudes from rear of the slide when the gun is cocked, as well as a chamber loaded indicator on the right side of the slide.
The Walther® P99 includes a decocking button, four internal safeties, tool-less takedown, accessory rail, and sights adjustable for both windage and elevation.
The Walther® P99 also features interchangeable grip backstraps of varying sizes for different users and an ambidextrous magazine release incorporated into the trigger guard.
Models: P99 AS/P99 QA/P99 DAO
Caliber: 9 x 19 mm
Weight: 710g / 735g
Barrel length.: 102mm / 106mm
Magazine cap: 16 (9 x 19mm)
12 (.40 S&W)
The Walther P99C is the compact
style of the Walther® P99 and is
available in both Anti-Stress and
Quick Action versions.
Walther® PPQ Pistol designed for personal defense! Starting with a no-snag smooth contour, open post sights designed for rapid aiming and target acquisition and ends with a grip that can be tailored fit the shooter with interchangeable grip-backstrap. Add to that a capacity of 15 rounds and one of the thinnest pistols available and yet one of the more comfortable and controllable pistols, the Walther® PPQ Pistol may be just what you are looking for in a self defense pistol.
The Walther PPQ is not a true de novo pistol design. It shares its engineering principles and main features with the Walther P99QA variant of the P99 pistol that was introduced in 1996.
Many modifications compared to the Walther P99QA like the re-designed grip, trigger guard and slide with forward (big) serrations made their combined appearance in 2008 in the Walther P99 RAD, a P99 variant made in Poland and marketed as a military sidearm proposition.
Due to product evolution the PPQ maintains compatibility with both P99 sights and P99 second-generation magazines and other accessories.
The main innovation of the PPQ over the P99QA and P99 RAD is its 'Quick Defense' trigger.
- QDT- Quick Defense Trigger
- Short, Audible Reset
- 100% Pre-Cocked Striker
- Smooth Action and Short Trigger Reset
- New, Cross-Directional Textured Tactical Grip™
- Front and Rear Slide Serrations
- Extended, Ambidextrous Slide Stop
- Ambidextrous Mag Release
- Small & Large Backstraps Included
- Picatinny-Style Accessory Rail
- 17 Round Optional Mag Available (9x19mm)
- 14 Round Optional Mag Available (.40 S&W)
- Adjustable Rear and Front Sights
- Loaded Chamber Indicator
- Firing Pin Block
Feature-rich polymer pistol available in 9mm and .40S&W.
The PPQ comes with a new quick action trigger with a crisp pull and
The PPQ is also standard with an ambidextrous slide lock and magazine release.
Model: PPQ™ 9 mm Black Finish
Caliber: 9 mm
Barrel Length: 4" / 102 mm
Capacity: 15 Rounds
Overall Length: 7.1" / 180 mm
Height: 5.3" / 135 mm
Width: 1.3" / 33 mm
Sight Radius: 6.1" / 156 mm
Weight (no/mag): 24.5 oz. / 695 g
PPQ™ .40 S&W Black Finish
4.2” / 106 mm
7.2” / 184 mm
5.3” / 135 mm
1.3” / 33 mm
6.2” / 158 mm
24.9 oz. / 705.0 g