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    Looks good, Jack.
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    Marshall and Sanow's infamous "Stopping Power" study was discredited not long after it was published. The credibility of both writers suffered greatly after that fiasco and for a while it seemed both of them would fade into obscurity. I put very little faith in gun writers these days.
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    nice little ppk congrats . I have thought about swapping my german ppks for a stainless one , but most likely when it goes it will go for something a bit different as i have the kahrs that fill that size niche with a little more pop to them .
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    I was told of an IDPA type shoot where all the participants had to dress up in a tux or a formal dress. Of course the gun had to be a walther type. One stage even had them holding a martini while shooting and they lost points for spilling any. Unfortunately, no pictures were allowed as the women had to draw from a garter or something. LOL

    I have to admit to a certain amount of scepticism over the story. but it would have been fun to participate and watch.

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    Your choice, nice gun though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jualdeaux View Post
    I was told of an IDPA type shoot where all the participants had to dress up in a tux or a formal dress. Of course the gun had to be a walther type. One stage even had them holding a martini while shooting and they lost points for spilling any. Unfortunately, no pictures were allowed as the women had to draw from a garter or something. LOL

    I have to admit to a certain amount of scepticism over the story. but it would have been fun to participate and watch.
    Sounds like a good laugh, I wonder what other gadgets the shooters brought along.
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    Walther PPK in stainless steel. That's what I want next!
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    There are certain handguns, that strike that emotion for some people...kind of like hearing a certain song after years of not hearing it....the walther is just one of the common firearms to do that...
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    The name is Bond, James Bond!
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    Nice +1
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    Nice!

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    I am hoping to find one of the ''high caffeine'' 1911's soon - nice popgun


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    Congrats...

    Nice gun Mr. Bond...don't let it 'bite' you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by P95Carry View Post
    I am hoping to find one of the ''high caffeine'' 1911's soon - nice popgun


    What, no Jolt Cola BFR?
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    I always liked mine.
    I have an Interarms Walther PPK/s and it's beautifully machined.
    It has always worked.
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