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Old 06-24-2020, 08:13 AM
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New Walther PPK/s .22lr



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Long time since I had my P22, now back with the PPK/s. Anyone have a parts diagram / exploded view of the NEW PPK? I have found many links to images that do not show the current .22lr version. I would really like to do something about that 20lb DA trigger pull.


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Old 06-26-2020, 12:25 PM
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Been playing with this more. Looking at the DA trigger set up, seems the funky piece (sear, I believe) that runs the hammer could stand a bit of polishing up. Haven't figured out how to get it out yet. I do know I will have to remove the hammer first, then figger out how to get the other pin out. Hammer spring (main spring?) comes out easy enough, just need to make sure I control/capture the spring plug. I am thinking hard on getting a Wolff spring, and clipping off a coil, see what that does to over all function.


Received the Hughes Precision adapter today. With the Gemtech Outback mounted, the pistol runs CCI standard velocity just fine. CCI SV is my preferred ammo.
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Old 06-28-2020, 06:02 AM
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Youtube videos, all 3 of them, recommend against taking out the sear. They take off all the other parts, but not the one I want to work on.


Anyone have experience with American Gunsmithing International? They have a video to disassemble the PPK series of handguns. $34.95 + s/h is making me want opinions of them before I buy.


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Old 06-29-2020, 12:28 AM
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Well, I just did what I could. Here are some pictures. First up is left and right side of the sear, that I cannot get out of the pistol. I did manage to remove both pins holding it in, but it won't come out with the bar in place. I am unwilling to take the trigger out to get the bar from trigger to sear to come out, so the sear might come out




Next is several views of the sear in place.The dark line is where the right side of finger rides on the sear. Then the rough nature of the sear, and finally a little bit of polishing of the sear.


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