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Old 02-04-2020, 01:18 PM   #1
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Interarms PPK .32 worth it?

I’m pretty familiar with the worth and value of a lot of models but came across a Stainless Interarms PPK in .32 in case, great condition. Asking $7-750. Frankly, I’ve never even seen one, always looking at the German .32s. What’s the thoughts on the model? thanks
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Old 02-04-2020, 03:27 PM   #2
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IMO, seems a little high but others here can prolly peg the value a little closer than I can. The .32's seem harder to come by so...
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The price is probably justified by its rarity. I'd love to have that exact configuration in my collection.
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Short answer: yes
Long answer: yes certainly!

Even longer answer: I have made the assumption by "in case" that you mean it has all the goodies, manual, target, extra mag and cleaning rod. If so that if is fair price. Remember it is worth whatever you are will to pay for it.

At that price if it had the goodies I'd add it to my family right now.
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Old 02-05-2020, 11:44 AM   #5
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More than I paid for mine some years ago on Gunbroker, ($450 in 2010) and more than I paid for the PPK/s version across the counter at a gunshop, where it had been languishing...$329 in 2000; everyone wanted a .380.
There aren't apt to be any more, and they are a really sweet pistol to shoot.
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ETA- .32/7.65 isn't in every gunshop, but they are to be found online; Fiocchi and PriviPartisan have a better rep here than domestic brands.
If you have a couple .32s, they are worth reloading.
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Old 02-05-2020, 04:42 PM   #6
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Just saw the pix. LNIB for real. 1998, target, case, etc. stainless. $700. Strongly considering even though I was looking for a German Blued 32.
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A buddy has a policy of not letting really nice guns get away...and you will pay a lot more for a minty blued example.
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I guess I really don’t mind them getting away if I’m not going to use it. This one is so new looking I might not bring it out to use! Guess I prefer shooters overall. But going to look at it later today most likely.
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Stainless guns aren't impervious to a little use, but they are much more tolerant of firing and handling than blued examples.
Always been a bit of a mystery why Interarms even bothered making .32s here, as the caliber was more popular in Europe.
Anyone know what the actual production was for the two calibers?
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I’m trying to convince myself to make it happen. You have a great question I hope someone can answer - how many of them are there? Hope someone knows.

If I do get it, it’s one I would actually carry sometimes. I wouldn’t let it sit. Thing is, 32 is not my first choice for a defensive round but a PPK is one of my first choices for carry.
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