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Walther Arms 5050308 PK380 Pistol 380 Automatic Colt Pistol

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Model: 5050308
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 89493
 
UPC: 723364200229
 
MFG: Walther Arms

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Small conceal carry design. Features low profile three-dot polymer combat sights, Tenifer coated slide and barrel, loaded chamber viewport, rear slide serrations and manual safety. Ergonomic Walther grip, paddle-style ambidextrous magazine release levers, ambidextrous slide stop. Picatinny accessory rail. Double/single action trigger. 11 pound pull for double action; 4 pound pull for single action. Eight round magazine with finger rest.
 
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Diamond Plate
Type Single Shot
Action Safe Action
Caliber 25-06 Remington
Barrel Length 3.8"
Capacity 8
Safety Firing Pin & Loading Chamber Indicator
Grips Enhanced Micarta Grips
Sights White Dot
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Black
Type Semi-Automatic
Action Lever
Caliber 380 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP)
Barrel Length 3.66"
Capacity 8 + 1
Safety Ambidextrous manual lever
Grips Black
Sights 3-Dot
SPECIFICATIONS
Finish Case Hardened
Type Pistol Frame
Action Double Action Only
Caliber 22 Hornet
Barrel Length 4.1"
Capacity 11 1/16 1 (Grip Extension)
Safety
Grips Mother of Pearl
Sights Bar-Dot

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8 Reviews. Average Rating: 3.9 of 5 Stars! [3.9 of 5 Stars!]
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Reviewed By: WILLIAM B on 07/18/2015 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
For reference ammo used at my at my first and only trip to the range:
150 Rds. PMC 90 Grain FMJ
100 Rds. Winchester %uFFFD%uFFFDTrain%uFFFD%uFFFD Train & Defend 95 Grain FMJ
50 Rds. Sig Sauer 100 Grain FMJ
50 Rds PPU 94 Grain JHP
25 Rds. Hornady American Gunner 90 Grain XTP
20 Rds. Remington Ultimate Defense 102 Grain BJHP

One magazine came with the pistol and I purchased two other Walther PK380 magazines. Problems below occurred with all magazines.

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The gun experienced all of problems below with all of the ammo. Maybe a few failures to eject less with the PMC ball ammo but more failures to fire on the first trigger pull. Maybe the Remington ran the smoothest, but again the gun had problems with all ammo manufacturers.

The first problem was no bang when the trigger was pulled. OK, double/single action; so bang on the longer double action pull. After about 3 of these within the first 2 magazines, I dropped the magazine and ejected the shell. No primer strike at all. The trigger had activated but the firing pin did not even hit the primer. Over the 395 cartridges fired, this occurred roughly 30 times. I did not pull the shell each time, but did so 5 times and each time there was no primer strike. The events could occur at any time, first to last round in the magazine. Several times I checked to see if the slide was in battery after the misfire and each time there was no movement of the slide, yet the gun fired on the next pull. There were 3 or 4 times it took two pulls on the double action trigger to get the shell to fire.

The second problem was failure to eject rounds. This happened more on the flat nosed rounds like Winchester and Sig Sauer but happened on all makes of ammo. Usually the spent round that remained in the chamber just dropped out once I removed the magazine, but 3 times I had to pry it out with my finger nail and once I needed a screwdriver. Since there is no slide latch to operate, one has to use one hand to partially retract the slide and work the magazine release, and use your pinky to try to make the jammed magazine drop from the magazine well. Forcefully racking the slide did not engage the extractor and never drew out the spent round.

About 100 rounds in the slide started to not latch open after the last round in the magazines. This grew to nearly 100% of the time by half way though the ammo. I either had to count rounds or look to see if this was a stoppage or out of rounds. The slide would often not latch after I pulled the slide back and if it did it would jump off the latch and slide into battery when I dropped the magazine or set it down. If it held with the magazine out, it jumped forward into battery when I loaded the next magazine, usually loading a shell, but not always. I found that with the slide closed and loading a magazine, I could rack the slide and almost always the first round would fire. Only once did the magazine want to fall out after the first or second round. That is probably on me. After the first round it was anybody%uFFFD%uFFFDs guess when the next stoppage would occur.

Walther is flushing its good name down the toilet by letting guns like this out its factory. This model is over 5 years old and this just should not happen. There are so many problems with this gun you know it is not %uFFFD%uFFFDone-off%uFFFD%uFFFD.

I am going to send this gun back to Walther one time. It will return running like a top, or I receive a different gun and they run right. Or I throw it in the corner and write off $300.00.

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Reviewed By: Dave C on 08/08/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
For easy take down and reassemble see this video http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=walther+pk380&FORM=V-
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This is a fine 380. May need more practice for you to get used to the trigger pull. Give it time. I have the PK380 and PPX 9 from Buds.
Both are great.

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Reviewed By: George H on 05/26/2014 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
Ordered the gun Tuesday received it on Friday fast service from Bud's.The Walter PK 380 does not feel like a gun it feels more like a toy you can take your finger on the front of the barrel when the slide is closed and move it up and down you can move the slide from side to side, the trigger pull is very hard the recoil spring is the flimsiest thing I have ever seen and it is very difficult to set it back into the gun.The gun jams frequently and it is very inaccurate it is truly the worst gun I have ever had the misfortune to buy,Walter should be ashamed to put something like this on the market.

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Reviewed By: Maurice M on 04/30/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Order my PK380 on Thurs. and picked it up from my ffl on Tues. Real quick Thanks Buds. I made it o the range a couple of hours latter and ran around 100 rounds of 3 different brands of ammo through it with no issues. This is a much easier concealable gun than the 9mm I was planning on carrying. Fourth purchase from Buds. This is also a fun little gun to shoot. I had tried several different comppact handguns at the range I belong to before deciding on the Walther PK380.

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Reviewed By: johnny l on 03/21/2014 Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
I thought it said in description that it came with laser sight installed, but I must have mis-read. Nice gun though. Can't wait to fire it. Ammo hard to find, but picking up some today. Buds is a great place to do business.

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