Triple K makes them. I've got one packed away somewhere but I don't think that I've ever used it.Sure seems like someone would make some mags for these. They aren't complicated.
I just ordered one from Triple K. In the past, I have made quite a few Triple K mags actually work good on various guns. Sometimes it just takes a little tweaking is all. After all, they are usually the only show in town. Also, I have found them very helpful when you call them. They also seem to stand behind their products.Triple K makes them. I've got one packed away somewhere but I don't think that I've ever used it.
ORIGIN – GERMANY CALIBER – .22 LR WEIGHT – 25 OZ. OVERALL LENGTH – 6.38″ LENGTH OF MAGAZINE – 3.75″ Introduced in 1929 in .32 caliber, this “POLICE PISTOL” was of such advanced design , featuring a reliable double action operation, that it became an immediate success. Later produced in both .380...www.triplek.com
There is a thread: Proper "Round-count" for PP/22LR magAre 8 round mags the largest capacity they make for the PPK/S, PP?
Is it your first PP series gun in .22lr? I'm sure you'll enjoy shooting it. My vintage PP and PPK models work flawlessly with SV ammunition. I wasn't even aware of the existence of HV ammunition until I bought a P22.Just found.
I bought a reproduction Colt 1903 magazine from US Armaments as well but they're not identical to the original magazines. The lettering on the baseplate is stamped 180° so it's easy to identify which is which. They still work great though. I was unaware that Triple K was making these.I also have an original Colt 1903 that I bought with only one mag. I called the company that is reproducing these under license from Colt and ordered three of there mags. These are just like the OEM magazines and work great. I found out today that Triple K actually makes these mags for them.