|blank cell||Walther PP Automatic|
|Stats listed on p.286 of the Delta Green sourcebook|
The Walter PP (Polizei Pistole) was designed specifically for policemen, and it quickly became one of the most popular sidearms among European police forces during the 1930s. The double-action trigger of the Walther PP automatically cocked the hammer by the pull of the trigger, allowing the pistol to be kept loaded with a bullet in the chamber safely. The PP model was soon followed by the PPK (Polizei Pistole Kriminalpolizei), a slightly smaller version for plainsclothes police work that effectively shares the same statistics.
With only limited quantities of the Walther P38 to supply all German servicemen, many different pistols were issued, especially outside the Wehrmacht to SS, Luftwaffe, and Kriegsmarine officers. Along with the Luger P08, the Walther PP and similar pocket pistols would have been the most likely sidearm for Karotechia officers.