The iconic Walther PPK (Polizei Pistole Kriminal) is a smaller version of the Walther PP (Polizeipistole), available in .22, .25, .32, and .380.
The Walther PPK/S in .22 has a lot going for it, and not just for James Bond LARPing on the range. Its omnivorous diet and suppressability are excellent.
The Walther PPK/S was basically the world’s first Glock 19X. It was the first gun to combine a compact slide with a larger frame. This wasn’t to win a contest with the Army though. It was to skirt gun control laws: the PPK/S was born from the Gun Control Act of 1968. This new gun […]
The Walther PPK was designed for concealed carry. Now the 90 year old design is so much more than that.
Walther's USA headquarters are in Fort Smith, Arkansas. While much of their line still comes from Germany, the Walther PPK has put roots down in the USA.
This looks like a very familiar Walther. It is and it isn't. What's the scoop with the “Manurhin”?
Sometimes a bargain is too good to pass up. This PPK seemed like one of those. The gun, though, wasn't running right. Fixing it wasn't cheap, but it was worth it.
As the weather warms up, I tend to shed the clothing that allows me to carry a compact 9mmconcealed. On those hot summer days, I will end up with a .380 in my front pocket. Is the .380 enough? Is there a better option for warm weather concealed carry?