East german walther ppk

The Maks advantage was always size. It could be carried in uniform or out. As I understand it even in the old USSR military officers were armed at all times. Like the US of A was before Korea and the Democrat Party insisting guns cause violence not stop it. Most Police reinforcements carry long arms I see no real need UNLESS some Russian agencies have an equipment shortage. The big drum magazine is also an attention grabber. Geoff Who notes the Nazi Luftwaffe preference for the PP and PP/K and even smaller sidearms, especially during the civil war in Spain where you might be attacked anywhere.

I never cared much for the PPK series. The last one I fired was a nice early 80’s model. Beyond the slide bite (which gave me a party favor in the form of a small scar) I thought the felt recoil was not good for an all metal .380. It’s thicker than my P238 with no more magazine capacity, more likely to bite your hand, and has more felt recoil. Granted it’s just a .380 so recoil can’t be too bad, but when I put it down I was underwhelmed and disappointed. It was a good gun for the time, but then again so was the Corvair.

In 1937 designs for the 9mm Luger were being developed to replace the expensive to produce Luger designs. Walther produced hammerless and external hammer designs which featured their SA/DA trigger, decocker lever, and a loaded chamber indicator on the models that eventually became the P38 when it was adopted by the German army. The P38 when developed, was considered one of the best natural pointing handguns in existence. Walther's open top recoil action permitted the handgun to continue to fire even if an obstruction in the barrel had caused a bulge in the barrel (typically caused by squib loads).

It was only after Sean Connery had declared in 1966 that he would not play Bond any longer that Moore became aware that he might be a contender for the role. But after George Lazenby was cast instead and then Connery played Bond again, he didn't consider the possibility until it seemed abundantly clear that Connery had in fact stepped down as Bond for good. At that point he was indeed approached and accepted the producer's offer in August 1972. [6] Moore says in his autobiography that he had to cut his hair and lose weight, but although he resented it, he was finally cast as James Bond in 1973's Live and Let Die .

East german walther ppk

east german walther ppk

It was only after Sean Connery had declared in 1966 that he would not play Bond any longer that Moore became aware that he might be a contender for the role. But after George Lazenby was cast instead and then Connery played Bond again, he didn't consider the possibility until it seemed abundantly clear that Connery had in fact stepped down as Bond for good. At that point he was indeed approached and accepted the producer's offer in August 1972. [6] Moore says in his autobiography that he had to cut his hair and lose weight, but although he resented it, he was finally cast as James Bond in 1973's Live and Let Die .

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