I’ve got a 60’s era InterArms Walther PPK/S that’s a true classic. Glad to see this hit the market… A little while back Walther Arms announced that they were going to begin US-based production of the iconic PPK in .380. Well production is now underway and Walther are celebrating by offering a limited run of […]
A long, long time ago during an internet shopping binge far away, I spotted an old Interarms model of a Walther PPK/S “gunsmith special.” I’m not a gunsmith, but do like to tinker. Oh, and I’ve always had a thing for the Walther PPK family of pistols. Why? I don’t know. I guess I just […]
This article originally appeared at Ammoland. One of the benefits of this adventure job is that you get to try out all sorts of new gear. As I write this, I’m in Appleton, Wisconsin eating some fine cheeses and wondering how the Packers are gonna fare this year. In between servings, I had the opportunity […]
Pocket carry exposes the eighth great mystery of the universe: it’s much easier to put a gun in your pocket than to take it out. It makes sense when you think about it. When you go to draw a pocket carry handgun, your hand is wrapped around it in a firing grip, so the entire […]
I’m a purist. Sometimes. I tend to think you should generally leave historical specimen guns alone. For example, I’ve got a Japanese Type 99 Arisaka that’s in great condition. It’s missing that jangly monopod, but probably because the soldier who cared for it tossed it in the Okinawa surf in a fit of frustration. I […]
Want a sweet shooting .22 that’s silencer ready? Look at this.