I had hoped to show you my new stainless Interarms Walther .32 ACP (7.65mm) PPK by now, but it’s currently being held by a sheriff department in another state pending a defensive shooting. Until that investigation is completed and the deal closed between the seller and me, that particular blog will have to wait. Shame, too, because there were only 5,000 samples of that particular weapon made in that exact caliber before Interarms shut down operations back in the late 1990s. In other words, it’s a rare beauty.
However, as luck would have it, I found today a close cousin — another stainless Interarms Walther PPK, but this one chambered for the much more popular and vastly more prevalent .380 ACP round (9mm Kurz). After disassembly, a thorough cleaning, lubrication, and reassembly, here’s what followed me home today:
Following the conclusion of my series on our recent transatlantic cruise you may expect to see a series of reviews on several firearms — Beretta 84FS Cheetah, Beretta CX4 9mm Carbine with EOTech Holographic Sight, Colt M1991A1, FNH FNX-45, SIG P229 Enhanced Elite, SIG P220 Compact SAS Gen 2, and the SIG P220 Equinox.
But if you’re not into guns, don’t worry. No more than one such review shall occur in any one week. We’ll still have plenty of travels to enjoy as well as Fun Photo Friday.