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Thread: Walther PPK Video overview

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    Walther PPK Video overview

    I put this together over the last couple of weeks. Let me know what you guys think!

    "I like a man who grins when he fights." - Winston Churchill

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    Nice video. Hope its the first of many more, lots of good bond guns.

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    Great job .. i wish all weapons had this kind of specific information in such a easy to digest format. Thanks very much.. I currently own a Ruger P94. I have always toyed with the idea of owning a Walther, but after seeing the video and the ease of operation and cleaning, i am going to give it some more thought. I intend on getting my concealed weapon permit this summer. Thanks again and I echo Wilson's sentiments. I hope this is the first of many.
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    Reposted in HD if anyone is intested

    http://youtu.be/hOfenSAk00c
    "I like a man who grins when he fights." - Winston Churchill

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    Excellent Hollywood quality. I've bookmarked all the you tubes for HSc and PPK and yours the best.

    BBBJW

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    Nice editing and interesting to watch, good job
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    We watched Sword of Gideon the other night - Mossad going after the terrorists that
    masterminded the Munich Olympic massacre. Mossad all carried .22 PPK's. I know they
    are scarce to find in the US so have it in my mind to get a .22 Bersa Thunder or Firestorm.

    Anyone own a Bersa, pro or con?
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    We watched Sword of Gideon the other night - Mossad going after the terrorists that
    masterminded the Munich Olympic massacre. Mossad all carried .22 PPK's. I know they
    are scarce to find in the US so have it in my mind to get a .22 Bersa Thunder or Firestorm.

    Anyone own a Bersa, pro or con?
    Ya a PPK .22 is like gold it seems. I'd love a clone .22 I mean my P22 is a lot of fun t the range!

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    Great video. The .22 PPK goes for around $2500 if you can find one. You can get a nice early 50s PPK in 7.65 for around $800. Prices will vary of course.

    S&W and Walther, to some extent, have split the sheets. However, it appears S&W will continue to manufacturer the PPK in the US for Walther. So much for my plan to acquire a new German made PPK, but to be fair, my S&W PPK functions just fine, so this was more of a collector thing than a performance issue.

    http://www.guns.com/walther-arms-inc...sson-9364.html

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    It seems the BERSA Thunder .22 is hard to find as well. I called the BX and they found
    one they can order - can't go in till tomorrow so hope it's still available. We'll see - no
    idea on the finish but at this point one can not be fussy.
    “After a shooting spree, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn't do it.”
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