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Old 04-26-2014, 05:53 PM   #1
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Ive handled the gun and it appeals to me very much. Thinking about picking it up.

Any one with experience with the gun? If so throw me your views, pros and cons.


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Old 04-26-2014, 06:45 PM   #2
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Default Great pocket pistols on .380

Walther PPK/S
Sig Sauer P232
Ruger LCP 380
CZ 83,for my money I would chose this one ,12+1 rounds is not bad either also the market is full of great defense ammo for this particular round, just do your homework and get what it feels right for you. Also keep in mind that Smith & Wesson will continue to manufacture the PPK for Walther Arms(from their web page).http://www.waltherarms.com/about-walther/

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Good CCW. I've had a PPK380 for about five years now.

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The PK380 is a totally different animal to the PPK or PPK/s.

If you get one, go to the auto parts store and pickup a valve stem removal tool (the one that look like a screwdriver). Polymer is okay for frames, but little tools made of polymer have a habit of breaking for me.

I prefer the PPK/s over the 380PK. The PPK/s is better for EDC for size, but not weight.

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Good CCW. I've had a PPK380 for about five years now.

How about the pk380? Im not interested in the ppk


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How about the pk380? Im not interested in the ppk


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Just traded for one, so far I like it. Has a nice feel to it.
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I had one for about 6 months and out about 500 rounds through it. Very nice gun overall, it's a little big for certain types of carry. I ended up trading it in on a 1911 but I wish I had kept it. Very accurate and comfortable to shoot. If I found a good deal on a used one, I would buy again in a heartbeat


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