Where is the new Walther PPK made?

Where is the new Walther PPK made?

Fort Smith, Arkansas
Since 2018, PPK and PPK/S models have been built in Fort Smith, Arkansas, at the factory of US-based subsidiary Walther Arms, Inc. 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.

Is the Walther PPK made in Germany?

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. The new German-American PPKS will be offered in both stainless steel and black.

How much is a brand new Walther PPK?

NEW WALTHER PPK PRICE

PRICE: $840.00 MANUFACTURER: Walther Arms
CONDITION: New MODEL: PPK/S
SOLD: 1 week ago UPC: 723364209956
LOCATION: Boonville, IN 47601 SKU:
CALIBER: .380 ACP MANF. PART #: 4796004

Will Walther make the PPK again?

This Gun Is Making a Comeback: Walther PPK Is One Again in Production. The Walther Polizei-Pistole, or PP, was the first double-action semi-automatic pistol. Unlike other semi-automatic handguns of the time, which were generally blocky or chunky looking, the PP was sleek and exhibited clean lines.

What kind of steel is Walther PPK / S made out of?

The Walther PPK/S First Edition is chambered in .380 Auto caliber and is entirely made from stainless steel, also featuring elegant cocobolo grips, a tropical wood with a very warm hue. On the right side of the slide, just below the ejection port, the words “First Edition” are rolled.

Where is the Walther PPK slide pistol made?

Re-released purely under the Walther banner, the historic PPK and PPK/S are back. Slide manufactured in Germany, while the rest of the pistol is made in Walther’s Ft. Smith factory. More machined parts ensure the pistol has an overall tighter fit.

How is the Walther PPK / S better than ever?

How The Walther PPK/S Is Better Than Ever: Slide manufactured in Germany, while the rest of the pistol is made in Walther’s Ft. Smith factory. More machined parts ensure the pistol has an overall tighter fit. Beavertail, added when Smith & Wesson was the licensed manufacturer, remains for a more intuitive grip.

What was the name of Walther’s pocket pistol?

The PPK did not qualify for importation, so Walther created the PPK/S which mated the slightly larger PP frame with a PPK barrel and slide. It did qualify for importation, but people still wanted a PPK. At that time, the PPK, it could be argued, was the standard in pocket pistols.