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Old April 30, 2012, 11:35 PM   #43
ClydeFrog
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Walther PPK .380acp, .380acp pistols in general....

I'd think twice before looking into buying a PPK .380acp.
Many pistol shooters get "bit" from the PPK's sharp slide.
I also read a detailed NRA article that did a T&E on several popular .380acp semi-auto pistols. None of these major brands did very well.
The PPK is widely known for feeding/cycle problems(jams) with carry-protection rounds too.
In 2012, you can buy a .40, .357sig or 9x19mm to protect you that is the same size/wt as a Walther PPK.
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