Walther

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Wal·ther

(vahl'tĕr),
August F., German anatomist, 1688-1746. See: Walther dilator, Walther canals, Walther ducts, Walther ganglion, Walther plexus.
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Uzi and Mach 10 'spray and forget' machine guns and rows of handguns, including a West Germanmade Carl Walther PPK - James Bond's weapon of choice - sit alongside antiques and curios in the arsenal.
Manufactured by Carl Walther from 1963 until 1985, the MP submachine gun represents the pinnacle of open-bolt submachine gun design.
Carl Walther started his eponymous gun manufacturing concern back in 1886.
The PP was introduced by the esteemed German gunmaking firm Carl Walther Waffenfabrik in 1929.
The Walther PPK/S is the ultimate iteration of the Walther PP series *--pistols produced by Carl Walther Waffenfabrik and introduced in 1929.
The Carl Walther factory originated in the Thuringia area; where in 1592 the cities of Zella and Mehlis began to produce weapons.
US-based Raytheon and Boeing, Germany s Carl Walther, Britain s BAE Systems and France s Thales are among the scores of firms now seeking a piece of the pie.
Carl Walther also put in a strong display, looking back to his best after being sidelined due to a knee injury.
Carl Walther designed the PPK in 1929, and in so doing, revolutionized the combat handgun.
I don't know if this is significant.) Left side reads: "Carl Walther Waffenfabik Ulm/Do.
MAKER: Carl Walther Gmbh Sportwaffen, Donnerfeld 2, D-59757 Arnsberg, Germany, IMPORTER: Walther USA, 7700 Chad Colley Blvd, Fort Smith, AR 72916, (979) 292-8500, www.gunsmagazine.com/index
Walther firearms go back to 1886 with the founding of the company by Carl Walther with their first efforts being hunting and target rifles.