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Walther PPK/S Problem

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Andrewsky, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. Andrewsky


    May 28, 2004
    I have two Walthers, a Manurhin PPK and an Interarms PPK/S. The Manurhin works perfectly. The double action on the Interarms is faulty.




    What is the problem, and what can I do to fix it? I am not aware of any decent gunsmiths in my area. I went to one today who was completely clueless. He told me to change the grips.

    Parts are available here I see:
    Last edited: Feb 9, 2013
  2. Dawolf


    Sep 18, 2010
    I had a lot of issues with my Interarms version (none with S & W). I took it to a local gunsmith (also a friend) and after the last time, sold it. If no one can help you on GT, you might try (

  3. MarcDW

    MarcDW MDW Guns Millennium Member

    Oct 20, 1999
    Maine USA
    Video does not come up.
    What is the problem?
    I import PP's see and if you need any parts, let me know.
  4. MarcDW

    MarcDW MDW Guns Millennium Member

    Oct 20, 1999
    Maine USA
    Since you have both guns, why don't you take the parts out of the working pistole and exchange them with the other one.
    This way you know which you need to buy.
    Then replace them and enjoy shooting them.
  5. Non-factory grips can affect the action of a PPK. Experienced this with a pair of Hogue grips on an Interarms PPK/S. Put the factory grips back on and the problem went away. FWIW, my S&W PPK/S was a POS.
  6. AZ Jeff

    AZ Jeff

    Aug 20, 2003
    middle of AZ
    Either the trigger draw bar or what Walther calls the "cocking piece" is defective.

    Some careful work with a Swiss file might fix it, or better yet, replace the part that is defective. Swapping parts between the two pistols will determine which item is the offending piece.
  7. ChiefWPD


    Dec 25, 2004
    In the Walther forum a gunsmith, Mike, M&M out of VA as I recall, posts quite often. He seems to be quite competent. He repaired a badly broken TPH and the gun now works 100%.

    Best of luck.