I can't speak to shooting a .32 cal PPK but I really love shooting my .32 Colt 1903 Hammerless. I always have a great time plinking with it. Hopefully, someday I will have a PPK in it.Yeah guys, I really got bit by the walther bug lol. And I dont know who will agree, but the ppk in .32 was one of the most pleasant range experiences I've had in a long time. this thing was so accurate right out of the box and shot like a dream. Those classic and elegant lines got a LOT of attention at the range. Im already wanting one in .380 lol RIP Bank Account
Yea I am hopeless, so says the GunDoc, a specialist for my type of illnesses. Not only am I sick with Walteritis, but I suffer from Sig Sauer Syndrome, and Rampant Colt disease, and revolving S&W selective memory. Hopeless, just hopeless..! He says the only cure is a healthy dose of Kimber medicine, found only in the remote regions of the not to be mentioned gun catalogs.Nope!
You're doomed, yogi. Hopelessly doomed.
Me too. That is class....I really love shooting my .32 Colt 1903 Hammerless. I always have a great time plinking with it....
Me too. That is class.
If you really have to experience it with a Walther, why deprive yourself holding out for a PPK? The German police surplus PPs in .32 are wonderful shooters, and better balanced.
The same holds true with the "other" classic .32 pocket pistols: the Remington Model 51, the Savage Model 1907, the Browning M1910 and the Beretta M1934. All are superb, and far more erotic than anything made currently.
Mind you, not for carrying, but for shooting.