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Walther Model 9

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The Walther Model 9 was a striker fired semi-automatic pistol produced by Walther arms and chambered in .25 ACP. The decision to use a striker vs. that of an internal hammer like on the Walther Model 8 was to reduce overall size of the gun, but sacrificed reliability. If the striker spring is compressed for extended periods of time it can weaken and not have enough force to ignite the primer causing a miss-fire. This can be avoided by not keeping the pistol cocked when not in use. It has a 6 round detachable box magazine. The Model 9 is similar in size and function to the Baby Browning pistol which is only slightly larger. The Browning is also chambered in the .25 ACP cartridge
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nType Semi-automatic pistol
nPlace of origin Germany
nDesigned 1921
nManufacturer Walther
nProduced 1921-1945
nNo. built appx. 200,000
nMass 9.2 oz (260 g)
nLength 3.9 in (9.9 cm)
nBarrel length 2 in (5.1 cm)
nCaliber .25 ACP
nAction Blowback-operated semi-automatic
nFeed system 6-round magazine
nSights fixed

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INTRODUCTION:

nThe Walther Model 9 was a striker fired semi-automatic pistol produced by Walther arms and chambered in .25 ACP. The decision to use a striker vs. that of an internal hammer like on the Walther Model 8 was to reduce overall size of the gun, but sacrificed reliability. If the striker spring is compressed for extended periods of time it can weaken and not have enough force to ignite the primer causing a miss-fire. This can be avoided by not keeping the pistol cocked when not in use. It has a 6 round detachable box magazine. The Model 9 is similar in size and function to the Baby Browning pistol which is only slightly larger. The Browning is also chambered in the .25 ACP cartridge
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SPECIFICATIONS:

nType Semi-automatic pistol
nPlace of origin Germany
nDesigned 1921
nManufacturer Walther
nProduced 1921-1945
nNo. built appx. 200,000
nMass 9.2 oz (260 g)
nLength 3.9 in (9.9 cm)
nBarrel length 2 in (5.1 cm)
nCaliber .25 ACP
nAction Blowback-operated semi-automatic
nFeed system 6-round magazine
nSights fixed
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nThe Walther Model 5 is only slightly larger than the Model 9 and feels very natural in the hand.  The Model 5 is extremely well made and has a more reliable internal hammer instead of a striker.
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Walther Model 5

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109mm

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16.5mm

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78.5mm

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23mm

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269g

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Walther Model 9

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100mm

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17mm

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70mm

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20mm

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259g

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Baby Browning

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103mm

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17.5mm

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74mm

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21mm

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269g

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nField Stripping :
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  1. Make sure the chamber is empty, then pull the trigger to uncock it.
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  3. Remove the magazine.
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  5. Press in slightly on the dumbell-shaped bolt at the rear of the gun, and use the toe of the magazine, your fingernail, or a small instrument to lift the latch up.  The bolt should slide back under spring tension, but you might have to pull it back manually.
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  7. Lift the rear of the slide up and ease it off the front of the frame.
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  9. The recoil spring can then be removed from its recess beneath the barrel.
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