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  • Kar98

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    You guys aren't taking the bait.....

    I was trying to troll ya'll.........maybe I'll have better luck in the classifieds.....lol....

    Soorrrreeeee. Your trolling is entirely correct. They are neat and were a technical marvel at the time, in 1929, but nowadays there's a ton better carry guns available, including, ironically, variants of the even older 1911.
     

    Axxe55

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    Walther pistols were the mark of great German craftsmanship. Though great pistols, even today, I think there are just much better choices for EDC than the Walthers. Even Walther entered the polymer pistol game and came up with some great carry options.
     

    or.slacker

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    Yep, add me to the list. I still have a ppk/s in 380, but it's to heavy for EDC. I just leave the threaded barrel on it for bond fans to enjoy touching it.
    My s&w body guard replaced it for 380 carry.
     

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