Do they still make Walther PPKS?
The PP and the PPK were among the world’s first successful double action semi-automatic pistols. They are still manufactured by Walther and have been widely copied….PPK/E.
|Cartridge||.22 LR, .32 ACP, and .380 ACP|
|Sights||Fixed iron sights, rear notch and front blade|
Who makes Walther PPKS now?
From the 1980s to 2002 the PPKS was made by Interarms, but from 2002 to the early 2010s they were made by Smith and Wesson. The new PPK/S is made by Walther in both the U.S. and Germany, with the slides manufactured in Ulm, the historical home of the PPK. The rest of the handgun made in the United States.
Is a Walther 380 a good gun?
The PK380 is a little big for the subcompact class, but that size gives it just enough bite in the palm and fingers to feel truly secure. Its grip is, in typical Walther fashion, stupidly comfortable. Helped along by the slim, single-stack grip width, this is a very nice gun to pick up and hold.
What’s the value of a Walther PPK / S stainless steel?
Walther ppks .380 from the seventys in excellent condition 2. Walther 40 high capacity caliber two years old also in excellemt to new condition … read more I have a Walther PPK/S 9 mm pistol, probably purchased in the early 80s. It was made in West Germany, but looks like it was imported by Inerarms in Alexandria, VA.
Are there any problems with the Walther PPK’s 380?
The second problem was when we tried to remove the magazine while it still had rounds in it and after a round had been chambered.
What to use to clean a Walther PPK magazine?
Use brake cleaning fluid, WD-40, or any other aerosol solvent and spray it into every nook & cranny you can find. Look for rough surfaces that might impart “drag” in the slide’s motion, especially the feed ramp. Same for the magazine (s) Disassemble, clean, examine for rough spots.
Can you trade a Kar for a Walther?
We’ve just traded a Kar for a Walther. (Sounds better when you say it to people who don’t know guns. You get some really incredulous looks.). Anyway we’ve just put our first couple of boxes of rounds through the Walther.