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Walther PPK 380ACP DA 6RD BL
by James C Date Added: Friday 09 April, 2010
I got my PPK yesterday, and at first glance was a little dissapointed. It is black instead of the blue in the photo and the finish is a little dull and not entirely even. It was the dirtiest pistol I have ever recieved, coated in thick packing oil. When I stripped it the barrel is a dull unpolished pipe. Anyway I cleaned it, lightly oiled it and and put it back together, and it looked slightly better, so I took it and my Sig p232 and LCP out to fire.
The PPK is very tight, no rattles and feels good in the hand, as good as the p232 but in a different way, and the PPK is slightly heavier but not noticeable. I had the two mags that came with the PPK loaded with Win round ball and shot from 7 yards. The PPK shot dead on, both mags no hang ups. I was happily surprised! I loaded up again and shot four more mags and it was dead on target which was easy to aqquire with the little sights, and still no hang ups of any kind.
I then shot 4 mags out of my p232 which has had about 300 rounds through it and had to have it's sights adjusted and had 3 FTE's, but was on target.
I then loaded up the LCP and shot two mags. All I can say is, if I was carrying it when an attacker came around, I hope the noise would scare them off!
Anyway, the PPK won my approval for accuracy and apparent reliability. I can easily over look it's short comings if it continues to function the way it has. I put several more rounds through it yesterday including Remington JHP's and had absolutly no problems. After stripping and a second cleaning, it's looks even began to grow on me. The PPK is a keeper and after several more rounds will be one of my light carry weapons, I highly recomend the PPK.
This is my 11th gun from Bud's since last August, and the people there have always been great and I have never had any problems. I ordered the PPK Tuesday morning and recieved it Thursday. All and all I am very happy.
Anybody want an LCP cheap?

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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