I'm crazy about mine also. The more rounds I put through it, the better it gets. Sadly, that's apparently not the case with all of the guns that came out of Houlton though.And the larger tang used on the S&W version does a great job of putting your hand out of harm's way. Can't help it, guys. Still love my S&W PPK/S in stainless.
Yessir, yessir, three bags full.....Here is the hard way to not get slide bite from a ppk.
Get a tph, and practice with it a few hundred rounds, and the ppk will be easy.
Good advice, 1/2 Moon. Not only that, but there's no need for anything that powerful. The .380 is more than enough bullet for protection purposes. Too bad the original poster of this thread does not reply as often as he should. We're here to help him and I'm feeling the feeling that we're speaking to either deaf or inattentive ears.It is probably also a good idea to ask if the OP is an experienced handgunner. Small, powerful handguns are a hard way to get started. The .340 SC Smith with magnum loads is NOT the solution to this problem....