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Old 08-07-2019, 04:37 PM   #11
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PPK-Doxies .22
Shoots pretty darned good. Being my very first pistol in the PP series, I'd not shot it in almost 6 mos. The first shots were with some of the American Eagle lead ammo.

It cycled the slide very well. Nextup were two magzines of the CC Mini-Mags.
Made in Idaho.
Not as smokey and far better for power and accuracy.


I get a tad it of tracking on my hand with any PPK series pistol, but far better than the two bloody grooves with my old XD-S .45 and hot Doube Tap .45 Ammo.

Now, I know where a mint TPH,22 is hiding out, and think one might be worthwhile addition as s deep cover gun for me.

A P5 Compact might be my next 9mm, if I don't buy a genuine AC 42.
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Old 08-17-2019, 06:30 PM   #12
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PPK-Doxies .22
They no longer list that rubber grip sleeve. my PPK/s .38o is listed on 208 guns but I didn't include that rubber sleeve.

Because Walther doesn't quite offer us a 10mm and I need a TEN, far more than a .380
ACP. I'm keeping my wonderful 2019 PPK/s .22, and that ruber grip sleeve is for sale.
$25 shipped. PAL or snail mail.

With a $50 transfer fee for 2 of new 10mms, I figure that would help me out a bit, and get a nifty item that actually works into the hands of a fellow forum member.

[email protected] for PAL.
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