The Perfect Walther PPK Holsters

For Concealed Carry

 

Walther PPK Holsters

Walther PPK Holsters

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Walther PPK Concealed Carry Holsters

A legend 55 years in the making

James Bond is Ian Fleming’s debonair spy with a license to kill for Her Majesty’s Secret Service (MI-6).

In 1962, with the release of “Dr. No” he jumped from the page to the silver screen and also into hearts and minds worldwide.

He has gone through many iterations in our lifetimes.

From Sean Connery to Daniel Craig, we all have our favorite Bond.

(Please keep the “who was better” debate in the comments civil.)

With each version, only two things have remained constant.

The way he likes his martini, “shaken not stirred” and the Walther PPK he carries.

The PPK entered the scene in 1962 as the replacement to Bond’s “bulky and unreliable” Beretta M1934.

It has been a faithful companion to Bond ever since.

Why has this small, concealable gun been in the hand of Britain’s most popular spy for over fifty years?

Because it works!

It is concealable, accurate, and reliable.

The Nitty Gritty

Walther has a slogan that states “Built for Life” and with the PPK- I can see why.

You can put this gun through the ringer and it will still come out solid as a rock.

The PPK is 3.8 inches tall, 6 inches long, and an inch wide.

It is ideal for a small absolute concealment holster or pocket holster.

It comes with a manual safety, fixed steel sights, and a DA/SA trigger.

If you don’t want to fight through the 14lb trigger pull, you can bypass the DA by pulling the hammer.

Thus making the PPK a smooth single action trigger experience.

If you choose the Walther PPK for your concealed carry needs, it will not be a mistake.

Buy it, enjoy it, and, let the feel of it take you back to your childhood.

Caliber: 380
Capacity: 6-7+1
Weight: 22 oz
Barrel Length: 3.3”
Cost: $560

 

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