Add to EJ Playlist WALTHER P99 SPECIAL OPERATIONS;
Law enforcement agencies all over the world set hight standards for their service pistols. If a weapon is to be offered to the German police at all, then it must first pass one of the most demanding test programs anywhere. WALTHER's program is based on the testing and evaluation procedure used by the German Police. As a special operations unit member and mission trainer, agent Lizard knows all about reliability and precision built into the P99. To be sure that his colleagues all around the world can depend on P99 unconditionally , Lizard and his team test the P99 under the most extreme and realistic conditions. The test schedule comprises endurance testing, a drop test, and test under adverse environmental conditions such as sand, mud, rain, and grueling temperatures. This regimen also includes authentic mission simulations. Walther not only passes these test with the P99, but exceeds its benchmark and beats the competition in the process. The P99 is the latest example of Walther quality and innovation. Nothing but the best for the best!
Add to EJ Playlist History of the Walther PP series of pistols and review of a Walther PPK/S.
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Walther PPK/S Specs
Caliber: .380 ACP
Barrel Length: 3.3"
Dimensions, L/H/W: 6.1"/4.3"/.98"
Weight (without mag): 22.4 oz.
Sights: Fixed iron
Magazine Capacity: 7 round detachable box
Trigger Weight: 13.4 lbs./6 lbs.
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The gun we all know and love as the James Bond gun is slightly updated in the Walther PPK/S. The beautiful lines and curves, as well as all the ergonomics and functionality of the original PPK are captured in this higher capacity version of the Walther gun that was carried by fictional British secret agent 007. Although somewhat eclipsed by higher capacity, and harder hitting handguns that are just as concealable, as well as by equally powerful pocket pistols that are far smaller and much easier to carry, the classically designed PPK/S is just too timeless to ever be replaced in our hearts.
An enjoyable gun to shoot, and one for the collection, the Walther PPK/S is a gun I'd love to call my own someday (tuxedo not included).
Add to EJ Playlist This classic double action pistol has been produced since 1931 and is still a favorite for personal protection today. In this GunTec presentation Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA, examines the classic PPK . The PPK has been chambered in 22 Long Rifle, 25 Auto, 32 ACP, and the 380 ACP. It features an exposed hammer, double action, no magazine safety, and fixed sights. It is perhaps most famous as the handgun used by the character James Bond in Ian Fleming's popular 007 series of movies.
Add to EJ Playlist http://american gunsmith.com/yo utube Walther PPK/S and FEG PA63 Pistols. If you own or work on any of these guns, then you need the information contained on these videos! Only AGI's Technical Manuals and Armorer's Courses instruct you in every aspect of maintenance and repair of your firearms. On these videos Master Gunsmith and Senior Instructor Robert "Bob" Dunlap teaches you complete disassembly and assembly (not just field stripping), parts identification, proper cleaning and lubrication. Bob also covers step-by-step instruction in design, function and repair, including: locking systems, feeding systems, sears, triggers, and safeties. AGI Armorer's Courses also include easy repairs for common problems and a FREE printable schematic when purchased in DVD format.
The American Gunsmithing Institute's instructors are all Certified Master Gunsmiths. At AGI, we adhere to the belief that you must fully understand how a firearm is designed to work before you can make any attempt to clean or repair it. AGI instructional videos provide you with this knowledge. Bob uses a custom cut away gun to enable you, in the usual AGI fashion, actually see how the parts you cant normally see operate inside the gun.
If you want the quick course on how to get the Walther PPK/S and FEG PA63 pistols apart, back together, and operating as intended, then this course is for you (if you want the "long course," look into our basic 108 hour Professional Gunsmith course).
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Add to EJ Playlist http://www.nram useum.org Agents iconic pistol is newest piece in movie gun exhibit. National Firearms Museum Senior Curator Phil Schreier joins John Popp to present the prop Walther PPK used by Timothy Dalton in the films License to Kill and The Living Daylights. The piece is a functioning firearm, although it has been modified to cycle properly while firing blanks. The PPK was originally designed for use by German police, and was later adopted for military use during World War II.
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