Hi, everyone. I'm a firearm newbie and looking to get a pistol for concealed protection and also possibly to be the start of a collection/hobby. I was surprised to read all the positive reviews on Bersa while being a significantly cheaper alternative, especially with the reports of the PPK having the tendency of jamming (not sure what that means). However, I was still drawn to the PPK because I thought it was able to accept a suppressor in its stock condition, but I found out that's not the case. So being that both the Bersa Thunder 380 and Walther PPK have to be modified for a suppressor, I'm wondering if one of the two is inherently easier for this modification or if both are equally challenging? If the latter is the case, I figure I could get the Bersa and receive the same/better quality while saving some money. Would there happen to be a place where I might be able to get one of these already modified? The only pistols I'm currently considering are the PPK, Thunder 380, and the short barrel 500 Magnum. Can you guys give me your take on the power, accuracy and reliability ratings for these 3? By the way, is there a difference in performance between the long and short barreled Magnums, or is it just a thing of portability/concealability/aesthetics? Also, I noticed that both the stainless steel and blued steel PPK's are priced practically the same, but do they both actually have the same longevity or is it a give and take thing? For example, will you get corrosion resistance with stainless but have metal hardness/frame rigidity compromised, and good frame wear resistance with blued steel but lose out on corrosion resistance after a period of use? Thanks very much.