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I love Walther pistols. I love the way PPK looks like. The only reason why I never bought one is the caliber. I love 9mm luger. .380 is too expensive and underpowered. I was looking for something similar and found.............SIG P232....also in .380.
This is what I think. If in some point Walther come up with PPK platform chambered with 9mm luger and made in Germany, I am getting it no matter what.
What do you think?
 

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Plenty of PPK sized weapons in 9mm; but they're not Walther PPKs! Find something ya like and get it. Really doubt you are ever gonna see a 9mm PPK.
It is what it is.....
 
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Agree but nothing looks like ppk.

Plenty of PPK sized weapons in 9mm; but they're not Walther PPKs! Find something ya like and get it. Really doubt you are ever gonna see a 9mm PPK.
It is what it is.....
I bought P938 few month ago. Nothing but trouble. I would never trust my life with it. Unless SIG revise it. This is what they do: release a new pistol and watch what's gonna happened!!!!
 

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Buy a SIG. Nice weapons. But I like my PPK and have for nearly 25+ years for daily carry. To each their own.
 

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The PPK bases on an unlocked spring-mass system. 9x19 is to hot for such a system, you need a recoil spring nobody can handle and a stability of frame/slide witch makes the gun heavy and unhandy. Walther experienced with 9x19 in the early 30th at the MP model (an enlarged PP) and fairly quickly overruled that idea.
 
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