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Walther PP32 32 ACP, $499 (Grade B Oct 2001)

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This gun is bigger and heavier than the others, which makes us wonder, why not buy it in .380 ACP instead?

Walther PP32 32 ACP, $499 (Grade B Oct 2001)

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Single
Trigger Span Double

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The top of the slide was flattened and scribed to reduce glare, but we still would have preferred to add serrations to the brief front sight blade for this same reason. The rear sight was windage adjustable, but we found this pistol to be dead on. We did manage to shoot a single hole at 7 yards and found the PP capable of plinking at more than five times that distance.
Why test pre-owned pistols? We doubt this would be feasible with many of today’s pistols, but the steel construction of the Walther firearms, combined with lighter cham­berings, should help them last forever.
The top of the slide was flattened and scribed to reduce glare, but we still would have preferred to add serrations to the brief front sight blade for this same reason.

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