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Build Thread New German Walther PPK in .22

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I picked up the PPK/S .22 recently. Thing is quite fun with a can on it. Has been holding up just fine for me, although I probably haven't even hit 200 rounds through it yet.
 
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I saw one at an FFL when I was up in Seattle a while back, but ordered one online.

As for the "mystery metal", bottom line is it is a .22 and they often use light metals (zinc alloys or other pot metals). I don't baby my guns, but I'm not exactly "hard" on them throwing them in dirt/rocks etc. Plus, this is just a fun range gun for me.

I haven't noticed any issues so far. If the slide cracks, I'll contact their warranty department, but I'm not concerned over it.
 

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