The newly established Walther Master Workshop (“Meister Manufaktur” in German) makes firearms that are absolutely unique. Anything is possible, whether it is an air rifle stock made of figured walnut burl, a PPQ frame with a Cerakote coating and matching holster or a pistol with an exclusive hard chrome finish. The options also include sophisticated technical features like custom-tuned triggers for service pistols, alternative functional elements or special sights.
Showroom of the Master Workshop:
This is where you can come to obtain advice, view other specimens and examine them up close to judge their quality.
Final polishing with sandpaper brings out the unique grain of the walnut grip for the Walther LG400.
This PPQ in camo is a gun you’ll never want to put down, one reason being that you’d never find it again in the grass.
Even a muzzle tube of a different color will make your air rifle unique. We also supply accessories in special designs. Ask us!
Heat is what does it – PPQ slide covers show these unusual colors when tempered to different degrees.
The Master Workshop produced 130 special gold models, each of them truly unique, to mark the company’s 130th anniversary. The photo shows an LP400.
CERAKOTE is a durable finish that can be applied to metal in any color – so why not on diopters?
Always start with your dealer. Orders must be placed through a Walther sales partner, which will also handle payment (to find the dealer nearest you, click on “Find your local Walther dealer”). Your dealer can provide basic information, and for in-depth advice you can also contact the Master Workshop directly – after all, the goal is to build a highly individual and hopefully unique firearm. Please also note that this service is only for new firearms. To enhance a gun that you already own, get in touch with a qualified gunsmith of your choice.
When you first contact director Steffen Werthmann or Roland Preiß (by phone or by e-mail), you’ll discuss the details of the project, the various possible alternatives and of course the final price. You’ll get honest information from the very start. Manual labor and customization are not cheap. But the price will be fair and transparent. After all, we want you to recommend our products and services to others. When the plans have been drawn up, you’ll be told roughly how long the work will take. This may depend on a number of factors that are not under the workshop’s control, such as the current order intake, the need to procure special parts or the time required for delivery by external finishing companies, such as those that provide Cerakote coatings. Finally, you will be notified that your new Walther firearm has been completed.
We’ll carefully pack it, insure it and send it to your dealer to be picked up. But you’re also welcome to arrange a pick-up at the Walther factory in Ulm, in which case you’ll have a chance to visit the workshop, enjoy a personal guided tour of the production buildings with Steffen Werthmann / Roland Preiß and visit the Walther museum – a valuable experience that is not otherwise possible for private individuals. Travel and accommodation will be at your expense. When can we start work on “your” new Walther?