The Walther PK380 reminds me of a movie. No, not a Bond flick – that’d be the PPK. Rather, of “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.” Not because it resembles it in any aesthetic sense, but that it’s obvious to me what’s “Good,” “Bad” and “Ugly” about it.
The Walther PK380 looked like a promising option. I am a loyal Walther fan and the PK380 had the specs and options I was looking for…not for me, but for my wife. But don’t let that make you think this is only woman’s pistol.
I have finally got around to writing a review of the Walther PK380. Why? Well because when I went to research this particular firearm I found some comments and only only limited reviews. Though the reviews were written by some gun writers that I respect, I also understand that they are gun writers and will soon be out of business if their comments are not at least neutral. Also. I know the question has been asked about the PK380 on this board. Since this is my first attempt at reviewing a firearm I hope that I can cover all topics.