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  1. Aero Denezol

    Walther PPK recoil & recoil springs

    I have an early Interarms Walther PPK/S I took to the range for the first time last night. The recoil was BRUTAL, it felt like I was shooting .357 out of an LCP. 15 hours later the web of my hand is still bruised. When I was cleaning the gun afterward, I noticed the recoil spring was flat wound...
  2. Aero Denezol

    Build Thread  Arkansas built Walther PPK or PPK/S

    Does anyone know what the status of the hold-up is? I would like to have a PPK in my collection, and the Arkansas built PPK's have an extended tang/beavertail which elminates hammer bite. Plus the historical aspect is just plain cool. Anyway, nobody has these in stock and there is no info...
  3. otterpilot

    Build Thread  New German Walther PPK in .22

    Anyone out there have any experience with the new "mystery metal" German built PPK? Thanks:)
  4. tortoise

    Local Rebluing & Advice

    So I have this S&W Walther PPK I got as a gift for Christmas, and while I'm very excited to affordably own my "Bond" gun, it did come from the PO with some pitting purportedly from his mother who never used it just letting it sit around. Internally there was NO lubrication in this gun when I...
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