Walther PPK

Walther PPK: The Iconic German Subcompact

Since its creation over 80 years ago, the Walther PPK has earned a well-respected reputation on the silver screen as well as in real life.

The .32 ACP: History & Performance

In this review, we take a look at the developmental history and performance of the .32 ACP cartridge and some of the handgun designs that use it.

Favorite Firearms: A Walther PPK/S Honeymoon

Our featured "Favorite Firearm" is a Walther PPK/S that an American Rifleman reader fired for the first time on her honeymoon.

This Old Gun: Interarms FEG APK

In this American Rifleman TV segment of "I Have This Old Gun," we take a look at the Walther-based Hungarian FEG APK handgun imported by Interarms.

Walther Shipping First Edition PPK/S Pistols

Limited to only 1240 units (serial numbers 101-1350), the First Edition will be a one-time-only run.

Walther’s PPK

Classic lines, timeless style and reliable features have defined the legendary PPK as the quintessential concealed-carry semi-automatic pistol for nearly 90 years. Now the gun, a cultural icon in its own right, is being made in Arkansas.

A Look Back at the Walther P38

While Walther’s P38 may have lacked the “fineness” and graceful lines of its predecessor the P08, nor the legendary thump of the .45-caliber 1911, it marks the starting point of the modern day service pistol.

Affordable Concealed Carry: The Hungarian FEG PA-63 Pistol

This compact handgun is immediately recognizable to most gun enthusiasts, even though often mistaken for the Walther PPK.

I Have This Old Gun ... Walther PPK/S

Ironically, if it weren’t for the Gun Control Act (GCA) of 1968 we would not have the Walther PPK/S.

Fear & Loading: The Ultimate Colt Collectible?

A Colt Model 1883 Gatling Gun, complete with original field carriage and two drum magazines, is one of the items up for bid when Rock Island Auction Company holds its Sept. 9-11 event.

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