Often imitated but never duplicated, the elegant lines of the legendary Walther PPK have caught the imagination of shooters for over 75 years. Developed in 1931, it continues to thrill the shooting public. It was featured as the weapon of choice for years by Agent 007 in Hollywood James Bond films. The PPK/S with a longer frame for one additional cartridge, and the PPK are now produced in the USA under license by Smith & Wesson. Features include a firing-pin safety, a manual safety with decocking function, a double-action/single-action trigger and an extended beavertail. Available:
PPK – Blued finish with black synthetic grips and 6+1 capacity in .380 Auto.
PPK/S – Stainless steel finish with black synthetic grips and 7+1 capacity in .380 Auto.