Walther PPK in .32 ACP! — NRA 2024

At the 2024 NRA Show, we got the scoop straight from the Walther booth: the iconic PPK is back and packing a new punch with a .32 caliber option.

This refreshed model, comes in two versions, the traditional PPK and the PPKs which sports a slightly longer frame and grip, upping the ante with an extra round capacity.

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Walther’s not just bringing back a classic; they’re adding the potential for suppressors down the line. If you’re all about specs, the PPK in .32 ACP features a 3.3-inch barrel, has a 13.4 lbs double-action trigger pull, and comes in a compact form with a 7-round capacity.

All this comes wrapped in a package that weighs just 19 ounces, costing a cool $969.

For those in the know, the PPK has always been a top pick for concealed carry. Its seemingly timeless design mixed with reliable performance makes it a favorite for both everyday carry and undercover missions.

Walther PPK Specs:

MODEL: 4796020
HEIGHT: 3.8″
MSRP: $969.00

Today, Walther continues to push boundaries, ensuring the PPK remains a legend in the world of compact firearms.

Want more details or looking to grab one? Check out Walther’s website or keep up with GunsAmerica for the latest updates.

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  • Walleye May 27, 2024, 1:01 pm

    “….Walther continues to push boundaries…”, with a 95 year old design and underpowered with the 32 ACP, created by John Moses Browning over a 100 years ago. Incredibly innovative.

    • Scott Conway May 28, 2024, 2:06 pm

      I love .32, I will take it 7 days a week over 380. It has better better penetration power and love the velocity. Of course I love any 32, 32 long 32 Winchester special.

      • Walley May 28, 2024, 3:17 pm

        Your point is well made and accepted. I would never criticize another man for what he chooses to carry or not to carry. Regarding the story above, there is nothing innovative about Walther’s offering. My EDC is the very compact Springfield Armory XDS in 45 ACP. Empty, it only weighs 2.4 oz. more than the PPK, yet it delivers over 3 X the energy. One slug of 45 ACP punches out at 500 ft. lbs. of energy vs. 133 ft .lbs for the 32 ACP. Also, like you, I own a gun that fires 32 Special and love it. A vintage Win. Model 94.Cheers.

  • Mad Mac May 27, 2024, 12:34 pm

    “PPK is back and packing a new punch with a .32 caliber option”

    A new punch? The PPK was originally 32ACP upon its introduction in 1929.
    The 380ACP model was not manufactured until 1978.

    • Mad Mac May 27, 2024, 12:36 pm

      The 32ACP was in production until 2013.

  • Rex Dickerson May 27, 2024, 8:35 am

    Nostalgia aside, with many excellent .380s to choose from I don’t see a robust market developing for the far more expensive (and slightly lighter shooting) Walther PPK.

  • LJ May 27, 2024, 8:04 am

    I’ve wanted a ‘PPK’ ever since James Bond had one issued to him when his boss found out he was still carrying that “damn Beretta” but could never afford one. The prices shot through the roof because of the Bond movies. Supply and demand – that’s what drove the high prices I guess. But a $1000? Apparently the demand is still high!


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