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Maruzen Walther PPK/S - Black Metal Finish Version

Product Brand: Maruzen
Product Code: MRZ-166415
Hop-Up: FIXED
Weight: 385 g
Length: 0 mm
Capacity: 22 rds
Power: 220 fps
Power Source: HFC134
Blowback: YES
Shooting Mode: semi
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Unit Price: USD$126.00

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Description

Maruzen produced this new "Black metal version", which looks more realistic than ever before. Everything is same as the older models, except that the finishing is different. This is a special edition PPK/S has special laser engravings and the anniversary markings on the slide and magazine. Official license by Walther.



The PPK/s is a great but very concealable weapon with single-column magazine with fixed barrel/spring guide rod.

Great for collectors or secret agent wannabes ala James Bond.





The PPK/S was a real steel revision of the original PPK pistol to meet American import restrictions in 1968. That said, the difference is only minor so if your looking for a WWII era pistol used by Luftwaffe pilots or just need something a little James Bond the Maruzen option offers you a fully functional Airsoft 6mm gas blowback pistol.

As a Maruzen weapon it runs on HFC134a / Duster gas (anything of greater pressure will damage the weapon unpredicatbly). Using 0.2g BBs it clocks at a modest 220 FPS which has the benefit of making it a nifty back-up emergency weapon for short range use. At 220 FPS it is far more suitable at short ranges than more powerful weapons, and HFC is kinder on the nose than Green / Propane is. The compact magazine double-stacks BBs with a 22 round capacity which is very decent for such a tiny weapon.

It has a plastic slide and frame but it maintains decent weight for a pistol of its size all the same.

Regardless, this is a collector pistol for any serious bond fan. The finishing is spectacular and a treat to behold. Just look at that amazing shine. The photos really don't do it justice. Maruzen doesn't make the PPK every year so get these while they're available. The wait between production cycles is usually at least a year, and prices go up each time!