Walther PPK Reviews

Walther PPK Reviews

Walther PPK review at Ammo Land

Walther PPK

Walther PPK review at Ammo Land

August 28, 2017 by ammoland.com

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The Walther PPK pistol was a shortened version of the 1929 Model PP, and was first produced in 1931. I once owned one of the commercial, pre-war and pre-Nazi pistols with the 90-degree safety lever in brightly polished blue finish, in the then usual 7.65mm / .32ACP caliber that all WWII pistols were chambered in, as well as several postwar examples. Postwar they were also produced in .22LR and .380ACP / 9mm Kurz.

Walther PPK review at BGR.com

Walther PPK

Walther PPK review at BGR.com

August 28, 2017 by bestgunreviews.com

A Walther PPK Review: A classic, iconic pistol which is still desired to this day after over 80 years of production. Before I bought it, I read review after review for 2 months before I finally decided to pick it up. I can’t lie and say that the James Bond 007 fame didn’t help- it is a sexy little pistol. But that wasn’t the only reason I was interested in it. I was looking to serve several purposes. I wanted something I could carry as well as for home defense. That it is iconic and sexy as hell was just a perk. If it did not have a solid reputation, I wouldn’t have gotten it in the first place.

Walther PPK review at NRA Shooting Illustrated

Walther PPK

Walther PPK review at NRA Shooting Illustrated

August 28, 2017 by shootingillustrated.com

The Walther PPK pistol. Recognized by knowledgeable handgunners as a jewel of German engineering, it was a fictional English spy who made the little semi-automatic almost a household word. The compact pistol was a perfect choice for James Bond to carry beneath the impeccably tailored tuxedos and expensive suits he wore almost nightly in the great casinos of Europe.