I know we've probably been around the block on this or a similar topic before, but I was bored, so I decided to show you my favorite "unique" pistol. It is a Walther PPK-L, the lightweight, aluminum frame PPK model. They were only made for a couple of years. Mine is a 1966 gun. You just don't see these everyday, collector's snatch 'em up quick if there is ever one to be found. They price starting at about the $2,000 mark and up, if in minty condition. Of course if the pistol has the original box, manual, test target. and the Walther "Pickle Fork" that makes it more valuable. I saw one on Gunbroker recently that sold for a hair over $3,000. I have TWO of these, this one shown here is in 765 Browning (.32acp) and I also have one chambered in .22LR As said, this pistol is chambered in 7.65 Browning; (.32 ACP). It weighs 15.85 oz unloaded and loaded, it's 19.55 oz with a 7+1 capacity. This one is in excellent overall condition; the pics speak for themselves I believe. It has the Walther deep blue finish, and there is only a small bit of wear at the muzzle and at the top of the grips on the back of the slide. I'd guess it to be about 96-98%. I did not get the box, manual, target and pickle fork with this, just the pistol and one mag. Fortunately, .32ACP Walther PPK, PPK/S mags are not that hard to find and I was able to buy a few more. I also have a Stainless PPK/S in .32 ACP, and it's 8-round mags fit the smaller PPK and PPK-L just fine. And I don't need no steenking pickle fork; I use a Tactical Chopstick and that works just fine. I am going to be at Big Boys tomorrow, Sunday, April 11 at 10:00am when they open to shoot this, a Manurhin PPK/S in .380 ACP, and a Manurhin in .22 LR (both of which I have not been able to shoot yet thanks to COVID, quarantining twice, and having just gotten over the flu) and may be a couple others, if anyone would like to come down and shoot it (them). Here are the mandatory pics of the .32 ACP PPK-L, my favorite "unique" handgun. So what is your own favorite "unique" handgun?