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My LGS has had this (see pictures) in the case for quite a while. Pretty fancy grips and nickel (stainless?) in .380. It's a consignment gun so I'm not sure how much flexibility there is in price.


It's an Interarms, made in West Germany, serial 27226. DA trigger is gotta be 12lbs, SA is not too bad.


I've decided I want to add a PP to the collection. I prefer .32 as it's softer shooting but would appreciate some comments as to how much snappier .380 is on this platform.


If anyone can give me some insight into this gun I'd appreciate it.


Pricewise...is it in the ballpark? And does anyone recognize the grips?


If the deal is right I'd go for it.
 

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Many thanks to all who posted. It's much appreciated.



And yes, I'm going to pass on this one.










First, it's .380 and I really want .32 (I had a beautiful .380 Sig 230 and sold it as it was just to snappy to be a fun shooter.) Next, is the price. I can get a Manurhin from Simpson's for about the same price OTD as this will cost, and the "French" PP will mate nicely with my Manurhin P1. Finally, you folks gave some good advice here and I like to heed the experts. Again, thanks for the postings.
 

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Having had one, the .380 P230s are about as snappy as a PP series.
The .32s are simply sweethearts, again like the Walther.
For the OP, that was the right move. Tho' some altered guns do attract us. I've a hardchromed P5 like that.

Moon

Right you are! I'd take a hardchromed (or pink ceracote, skyblue latex, or pinegreen watercolored) P5 compact in a heartbeat. But those don't seem very easy to find.
 
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