Originally Posted by 4Rules
Heavy trigger (with a capital-H), heavy weight, heavy recoil for caliber, sharp edges, low capacity, tiny sights, and a slide mounted "safety" decocker. You really have to own one to understand why they're obsolete.
For ME the PPK is spot-on accurate for its intended range. I enjoy it despite its now...uh, old-school attributes.
I have not had an issue with bite, and in a land of polymer, an island of steel is refreshing.
Not for everyone, but it remains a beautifully-designed firearm, if Smith wouldn't trash it with its gawd-awful brand stamp.