REMEMBER the four rules of gun safety:
- All guns are always loaded.
- Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy.
- Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
- Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
TFB FIELD STRIP: WALTHER PPK
In today’s edition of TFB Field Strip, we’ll cover a U.S. made Interarms licensed copy of the famous Walther PPK. It will likely be one of the quickest field strips, but it disassembles differently than most modern semi-auto pistols. I cheated a little bit while photographing the field stripping process, which I’ll explain in the captions. Remember the aforementioned safety rules, unlike Mr. Lazenby above.
As always, remove the magazine and inspect the chamber to make sure the gun is safe! You’re not crazy if you double or triple check.
As noted earlier, this disassembly is strange but simple. If you feel I missed something, have a question, or know of any little tricks to field stripping the Walther PPK, let us know in the comment section below. Which Walther PPK wielding actor is your favorite? Just for the record; no, George Lazenby isn’t my favorite Bond.
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