Do I interpret it correctly that the questions refer to a PPK/S .22 on current production? There is a separate subforum for this version, because it is completely different from a PPK/S in .22lr, which is a vintage model and hasn't been manufactured since the mid-1980s. In the mentioned forum you will find a lot of answers and tips on the current model:how reliable is this pistol? any known problems? is the price reasonable?
heck I took my CCW qualification test with my 2013 PPK/S .22. Easy peasy. My wife took the same test same night with her Ruger LCR. 38 Spc. After the fifty rounds she qualified but her right hand was numb.A gal took our handgun class with one of these; as I recall, it ran well for her, except for the double action silliness.
My limit with my LCR .38 is ten rounds. The one time I fired fifty rounds in one range session my fingers were numb and my elbow was tingling. Never again!My wife took the same test same night with her Ruger LCR. 38 Spc. After the fifty rounds she qualified but her right hand was numb.
How did it shoot the second time around?Just picked one of these up myself. First Walther. Went straight to the range, dripping with factory lube and all, and shot 100 flawless rounds of CCI Mini-Mags. Yep, that double action trigger sure is heavy - time for trigger finger exercises! It shot a little high for me at 7 yards (about an inch over POA), so when I got home and cleaned it up I switched to the tall front sight and threw a little bright orange on it for visibility. Back to the range tomorrow for more practice... my poor Sigs and Rugers are gonna hate my new PPK/S .22LR for hogging my attention!