I had a chance to buy one of those 15 years ago for $450 NIB and I have been kicking myself in the A$$ ever since for buying a stainless one instead. I would love to have a blued Interarms PPK!....the old ones sure do look better.
Might want to wait some more. More reports are coming in of problems with the PPS. Check that thread in the PPS section. More problems with spring breakage. I'll pass on that gun.I plan to break the rule again for a Walther PPS.
+1 to Dep's comment. For what it's worth, I took my S&W PPK/S stainless out to the range for the first time today and put 100 rounds of FMJ through it. It operated without a hitch or hiccup; it was spot-on at 10 yards, very good at 15, and not-too-shabby at 25 (likely better than my eye). Best of all, it was a pleasure to shoot: easy on the hand that feeds it, in fact. I don't disagree with those who maintain that the original German-made Walther is the better-looking of the two; in fact, it is -- by far. And even the Interarms model looks much better in the part. But the S&W version is a nice firearm that functions beautifully. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend one to somebody who is looking for a quality carry piece.153: No sweat. For those of us that have the S&W PPK, we are happy with them. To each his own Dep
S&W needs to loose the funky grip tang and lettering, what are they SMOKING?!?!? Sorry, just had to get that out.