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    New to me Walther PPKS

    I did some swapping and ended up with a Smith & Wesson marked Walther PPKS 380. There is only one magazine with it and a Bianchi inside the waistband holster, no box. Would like to find a spare 7 round magazine with the finger rest.

    Found a factory magazine/ Thanks

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    Have you shot it yet? Its a great little gun.

    Oh, PM sent about a magazine.

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    Ppk

    No I just aquired it today and have not shot it yet but will on Wed. It looks to be well made. I sent a PM back to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronbo View Post
    No I just aquired it today and have not shot it yet but will on Wed. It looks to be well made. I sent a PM back to you.
    I had one like that but blued. I liked it. The only complaint I ever had was that it needed a little rounding of the sharp edges. That's easy to do, especially with a stainless gun.

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    These guns can be tricky. I know some people, myself included, have had their share of minor issues with the gun. My biggest issue was the gun jammed up alot. Using grease instead of oil solved that problem.

    Hopefully your gun wont give you any trouble.

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    Jams

    I reload 380's for an old Colt 1908 pocket auto but the magazine is longer in the Colt than the Walther. I tried some of my Colt reloads for fit in the Walther magazine and they are too long. I will need to seat the bullets a little deeper for the Walther.

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    You could try S&W for a mag but don't faint when they tell the cost. Good luck.

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